The LG Intuition arrived in Verizon the other day and here is the review. On first looks, this is a lovely phablet, or what you would call a device that is neither a phone nor tablet by looking at its size. If you like a boxy look, then the Intuition will appeal to you. It comes with a Rubberdium pen. From the name you can tell that the pen has a rubber grip. This is a device to take work with you, and a little play if you must, and will fit well into any business attire pocket, and comfortable into casual wear pockets.
With support for 4G LTE, your data speeds are unmatched and you can collaborate on your documents without a frustrating connection lag. Computing power is enough for any kind of user, the S3 Snapdragon dual-core processor delivers a clock speed of 1.5Ghz and the graphic chipset onboard handles the display well.
The LG Intuition has an XGA IPS capacitive touch screen. It is covered by a Corning Gorilla glass that is scratch proof, and comes in handy when you have to shuffle the phone and keys in your pocket. With an 8-megapixels rear camera, the phone allows you to record full HD videos at 1080p and you can then play them on the 5-inch screen.
Its other connectivity features include support for Bluetooth 3.0, 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi and HSPA+. With the 32GB internal memory you can store all your music and documents, but if the HD videos take too much space, you can opt for cloud storage made easy by the high-speed 4G connectivity.
The device coming to Verizon has additional software packages such as My Verizon Mobile and NFL Mobile to keep you updated on football. With a contract, you will be able to share your Internet through the hotspot with up to 10 devices for 4G and 5 devices for 3G. Other inclusions are Google services, Amazon Kindle app, Polaris Office and VZ Navigator; this is a workhorse device.
It runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS and uses a 2080mAh battery that may become too little for the kind of work you do over LTE networks. The good news with the battery is that it is replaceable, and the OS is power efficient enough to give you up to 15 hours of continuous usage time. Verizon is offering the device at $199 with a two-year contract and if you see a tablet as very big, consider getting the LG Intuition phablet.