The LG Optimus Vu that was unveiled at the MWC 2012 is going to be marketed as viagra online cheap the LG Intuition by Verizon. The LG Intuition is more of a phablet than a phone thanks to its tablet-esque look. So, can this product be Verizon’s answer to the Samsung Galaxy Note 2? Here is a comparison between the two devices.
Ergonomics & Design
The Intuition measures 139.6 mm in length, 90.4 mm in breadth and 8.5 mm in thickness. The device weighs around 168 g. The Galaxy Note 2’s footprint measures 151.1 * 80.5 mm. The Note 2 weighs around 183 g and is 9.4 mm thick. The Intuition sports a HD-IPS LCD display of 5 inches and a resolution of 768 * 1024 pixels. The 4:3 aspect ratio screen of the LG Intuition provides a different take on mobile computing. The Note 2 features a screen with resolution of 720 * 1280 pixels spread over a 5.5 inch Super AMOLED display with a pixel density of 267 ppi and is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 2.
The phones run on Android platform. However, the versions are different. While the Note 2 runs the Jelly Bean v4.1.1, the Intuition is running the relatively older Ice Cream Sandwich. The Intuition is powered by a quad core Nvidia Tegra 3 chipset processor clocked at 1.3 GHz. The Note 2 on the other hand is driven by an efficient quad core ARM Cortex A9 processor packing an Exynos 4412 chipset and having a clock speed of 1.6 GHz.
The LG Intuition comes with 32 GB on internal memory along with 1 GB RAM. The Note 2 has 16/32/64 GB of internal storage space available with 2 GB RAM. However, the Intuition doesn’t have a micro SD slot while the Note 2 can accommodate 64 GB of extra memory.
The Note 2 features an 8 MP shooter in the rear with features as LED flash, autofocus, geo tagging, etc. and digital zoom of 4x. The Intuition too has an 8 MP unit in the rear having topnotch features as LED flash, geo tagging, touch focus, autofocus, etc. The phone cameras can also shoot videos at a quality of 1080p and a frame rate of 30 fps. The Note 2 has a 1.9 MP front camera while the Intuition features a 1.3 MP secondary camera.
The Intuition and the Note 2 are GSM and HSDPA enabled. Verizon has provided a 4G network to the Intuition via LTE. Wireless networking is enabled by Wi-Fi 802.11. The phones also have Bluetooth and micro USB port for local area connectivity. The phones have NFC chips.
The Intuition is fuelled by a Li-Po battery rated at 2080 mAh. The Note 2 is fuelled by a Li-Ion battery rated at 3100 mAh.
The Note 2 is available at $ 650 without any contract. The Intuition is available at $199 from the Verizon at a two year agreement.
The Intuition may not be able to beat the Galaxy Note 2. Its chances of taking on the S-Pen stylus tablet are hampered by its lack of digitizer and 4:3 aspect ratio.