LG Optimus Vu Hands-on Review
Keep in mind that this handset is almost impossible to operate with one hand only, because of its considerable width. However, it's still pretty thin at just 8.5 mm. The actual size of the display is 5 inches, and it has a resolution of 1024x768 – the same as the one of the iPad. As you can imagine, this means that the Optimus Vu offers a relatively high pixel density. By the looks of it the Vu will be a very cool device for stuff like web browsing and e-book reading. The back side is simply plastic, with a nice texture to it, just to shake things up a bit.
Another signature feature of the Vu is its special pen (similarly to the Galaxy Note), which can be used to take notes and draw on the device's screen. On the hardware front, the Vu is well-equipped with a dual-core 1.5 GHz Snapdragon processor, coupled with an Adreno 220 GPU.
Overall, the Vu does seem like an interesting device. However, it's too early to say how it will fare as an everyday smartphone, and how comfortable it will be. Unfortunately, this model is only announced for the Korean market right now, and LG doesn't have plans to bring it to the EU or US. We do hope that they will change their opinion though.
8. sumdude posted on 27 Feb 2012, 00:13 1 1
Until she realized it was actually just a sock in your shorts.
6. trin posted on 26 Feb 2012, 22:16 2 0
"Too big and too wide." it won't fiiit. Got a big egooo. Such a big egooo.
Smh dunno why I channeled beyonce. Feel free to ban me now.
9. Jericho posted on 27 Feb 2012, 02:19 1 0
The difference between samsung galaxy note and lg optimus vu is that
Optimus vu:- tablet-phone.
Galaxy note:- phone-tablet.
11. squallz506 posted on 27 Feb 2012, 22:20 0 0
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