LG and Verizon Wireless have rolled out an update to the LG Intuition and it is causing some serious problems to the device. Are you having issues with it after updating?
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Although not the first company to make a phablet, Samsung is currently dominating this sub segment of the Android smartphone market. But why is that?
It’s time to compare the Samsung Galaxy S3 with the LG Intuition. Which one do you think will win?
Interested in getting a phablet through Verizon? Up until recently, Verizon has remained phablet-free when it comes to its smartphone offerings.
Your LG senses have been tingling for months for the Optimus Vu, which we all know has been rebranded as the Intuition by Verizon. Following yesterday’s leaked screenshot that revealed September 6 as the official coming out date for the oversized phone, Verizon and LG finally announced the arrival of the phablet alternative.
The Intuition is the fancy new name of LG’s Optimus Vu “phablet”. Athough rumors from last week stated that it’ll come on the 15th of September, it now seems that Verizon and LG are going out of their way to undercut the US release of the Galaxy Note 2.
Last week, Android Authority learned that Verizon Wireless was getting the LG Optimus Vu at the end of this month. Today we’ve learned that the LG Optimus Vu is actually going to arrive under the name “LG Intuition” and will cost $549.99 for full-retail pricing or just $199.99 with a two-year contract.