It looks like previous rumors of a September 6th appearance of the LG Intuition on Verizon is correct, while September 10th will see LG’s answer to the Samsung Galaxy Note arrive in stores, all for $199.99 a pop. Sporting a 4:3 aspect ratio for its display that makes it less than ideal for a supposedly pocket-friendly device, the LG Intuition (known as the Optimus Vu in other markets) will carry a 1.5GHz dual-core processor underneath the hood, aided by 1GB RAM, with an 8-megapixel camera at the back and a 1.3-front-facing camera, you have a phablet worth checking out if your budget permits.

The LG Intuition will also come with a bunch of Amazon apps such as Kindle, Shopping, MP3, Zappos, IMDB and Audible. One thing about the camera which you should take note of – it will be able to take in voice commands, providing you with a hands-free photo taking capability. Let’s just hope the voice recognition software works well enough for different accents. Running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the LG Intuition is rounded off with Mobile Hotspot capability, DLNA support, and Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity. [Press Release]

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