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The LG LX400 is a push-to-talk clamshell phone from Sprint-Nextel. Read full review
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The LG LX400 has a large speaker grille above the external display. Read full review
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The LG LX400 is a good 0.82 inch thick, which results in a solid feel in the hand. Read full review
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The LG LX400 is one of a few PTT phones with a 1.3-megapixel camera. Read full review
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The LG LX400 has a well-spaced and easy-to-use keypad. Read full review
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The LG LX400's curved plastic body fits nicely in the palm of the hand. Read full review
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The LG LX400 slips nicely in a purse, but probably not in a pocket due to its size. Read full review
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