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The LG Scoop may look like an ordinary candy bar style phone. Read full review
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The Scoop hides a full keyboard behind its face. Read full review
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The Scoop has just a camera lens and a speaker on its back. Read full review
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On its left spine the Scoop sports a volume rocker and a dedicated camera shutter. Read full review
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The Scoop has a sturdy feel. Read full review
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The Scoop has a spacious, ergonomic keyboard. Read full review
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The Scoop fits neatly in a bag. Read full review
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The Scoop's camera lacks a flash and a self-portrait mirror. Read full review
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