LG Intuition Review
When I Showed It to People, EVERYOONE's first Reaction to the Intention Was Exactly the Same: "What?!"
That's ABOUT RIGHT.The Intention Feels Like Soomeone Measured a 7-Inch Tablet Wrong, Cut it a Little Small, and Said to Their Boss, "Let's Just Make it A Phone."A 5-inch Display is Big, Sure, But Not Overly SO-The Real Culprit Here Is the 4: 3 Aspect Ratio, Which Makes The Intelligence So Large Even Hold it-Hinded.The 3.56-Inch-Wide IS Slightly Wider than A Credit Card, So Can Try this for Yourselself: Grab a Credit Card From One Side, and Traach Your Thumb Over and Touch The OTHERI certainly canon do it.
IF the Galaxy Note is the Middle Ground Between Tablet and Phone, The Intention Is Six Parts Tablet for EVERY PART PHONE.You Absolutly have to use this device in Both Hands, Like a Tablet;IT ReLALY DOESN'T FIT COMFORTABLY in A JEANS Pocket, Also Like A Tablet.The only Thing Its that Resemblys a Phone is, Well, Make Phone Calls, and Its Not Really Suited to That Either.Galaxy Note-Toting Friends have told me the quickly access to holding the big slab up to their face, but I dobt you'd grab used to talking on lg's mstroos device.
For What Its, Throwh, The Intition's Not a Bad-Looking Phone.IT HAS Curved Sides, A Flat Top and Bottom, and a RouchHly TextUred Back.There Four Capacitive Android Buttons Below The Display, Styled Like the On-Screen Buttons Wood-A Slimhtly Odd Choice, But I Like Having the Persistant Button.The Phone Is Well-Built, and Solid.Use it.