After many leaks and rumors, finally the Big Red network has made the LG Intuition 4G LTE handset officially official. This is the same phablet device, which is also known as LG Optimus Vu globally. There are neither any hardware changes nor any software changes in the Verizon’s version, except the 4G LTE radio under the hood.
Specs wise, you will get a 5-inch display with 4:3 aspect ratio, delivering 1024 by 768 pixels of resolution, running a a 1.5GHz dual-core processor paired with 1GB of RAM, 8-megapixel rear camera with enhanced features, a front facing 1.3 megapixel snapper for making video calls, a pre installed Quick Memo app, Tag+ app, two reprogrammable NFC stickers, Bluetooth 3.0, DLNA, Mobile Hotspot and it will ship with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS.
Tag+ app Lets the actions to be performed and the profiles will be switched seamlessly when the device is tapped on an NFC sticker. LG Intition ships with a standard stylus pen, which will be called Rubberdium pen. Quickmemo app lets you to take notes with your fingers or Rubberdium pen and you can share them via e-mail, text message, or any favorite social network.
Verizon will start selling the LG Intuition handset from September 6th web only and you can purchase it in retail stores from September 10th, priced at $199.99 when you signed a two-year contract with the carrier. Users will also get a free LG Tone stereo Bluetooth.
There are a couple of competitors that can match the overall package of the LG Intuition handset, such as yesteryear’s Samsung Galaxy Note and the newly launched Galaxy Note II phablets. HTC is also gearing up to announce a 5-inch Android phone with 1080p display.