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Bring on that LG Intuition

With its ginormous 5-inch screen, Verizon's LG Intuition won't deny the world the most of it. That's why it also runs on 4G LTE speeds, operates Android 4.0, and sports an 8-megapixel camera. Read full review
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Slice off a piece of that 4G LTE

To the left of the device is a card slot that stores the Intuition's 4G LTE SIM card. Read full review
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Not fluffy and light

Powering the handset inside is a 1.5GHz dual-core processor and a 2,080mAh battery, which roughly translates to 15 hours of reported usage time. Read full review
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Take a look inside

The Android 4.0 handset is overlaid with LG's Optimus UI 3.0, which features customizable icons. Read full review
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No one wants a twig

The LG Intuition comes with a "Rubberdium" pen, which is LG's fancy name for a stylus. The stylus is sturdy, similar to a real pen, but it's not pressure sensitive. Read full review
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Throwing the stylus' weight around

A doodle, drawn with the device's stylus, is shown on the note-taking app, QuickMemo. Read full review
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A dash of QuickMemo

To access QuickMemo, users can simply hit the shortcut button next to the headphone jack. Read full review
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Serving up the whole camera

On the back of the Intuition is an 8-megapixel camera and LED flash. The phone also has a 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera. Read full review
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