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"Does LG's newest smartphone compete with the One X and Galaxy S III?"


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Mike West looks like, but not too many people will really care. They'd do better if they just released it with Vanilla Android.
Paul Davis It needs to be pushed out on all carriers ASAP
John Luttrell I prefer the HTC build quality the One X is fantastic
Mike Dettmann Anything is better then a Samsux or HTC,their reception sucks!
Chris Cobeen LG should stick to what there good at, TVs, not phones. Samsung n HTC for phones :D



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