Large phones with tablet like features are becoming increasingly popular amongst a niche market. We’ve all seen the gradual success of phablets like the Dell Streak, Galaxy Note, and the Thomson X-View.
LG feels like it’s time for them to introduce a phablet in the U.S. The South Korean manufacturer already has an extremely successful phablet device called the Optimus Vu. However, due to limited interest from American consumers, the Optimus Vu never was able to officially release the phablet in the States.
Verizon monitored the Optimus Vu’s success and prompted LG to create a similar product to rival Samsungs Note series in the US. And so, the Optimus Vu was rendered to create the Intuition.
This amazing phablet has an amazing 4:3 ratio display 5 inch touch screen. This large display makes it no longer unnecessary to squint or strain your eyes while reading articles on emails on your phone.
The Intuition features a powerful 1.5 GHz processor and has 1 GB RAM. It comes equipped with a stylus and the phone has two cameras (8 MP rear and 1.3 MP front).
The Intuition combines this high performing hardware with the Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 operating system. The phone also features 4G, LTE, NFC, Bluetooth, GPS, WiFi, and a suite of Amazon Kindle Applications.
The NFC stickers, the Intuition offers two with the phone, are these convenient little stickers allow you to switch through different modes by simply tapping the phone on the sticker. For example, a sticker applied at your workstation can be configured to turn your phone silent by simply tapping the phone on the sticker.
The phablet is amazing for reading eBooks, internet surfing, and watching videos.