LG X3 monster rumored with 4.7" HD screen and quad-core power, then the LG P700 entry level phone, and today we heard about another miracle - the LG Miracle, which is likely to be a mid-range Windows Phone handset.
But that's not all - buried in the confines of LG's blogs a teaser page and video were found for the most intriguing handset we are now expecting from the Koreans. The LG Optimus Vu is supposed to feature a 5" display (yep, you read that right, it's going after the Galaxy Note!) with alleged 1024x768 pixels IPS-LCD display. Yes, you also read that right - the phone is going to sport 4:3 screen aspect ratio for some reason, just like AT&T's Pantech Pocket. The translation from Korean reads "the perfect human aspect" in regards to that 4:3 ratio, so that's what the marketing department of LG seems to be banking on with the Vu.
The rest of the specs are fairly mundane for a high-end request - a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor, 1GB of RAM and an 8MP 1080p shooter. It's that 4:3 screen aspect ratio that makes us itching to handle the LG Optimus Vu and see how things look like in reality, but we should do so at the MWC in two short weeks.
In the meantime, feast your eyes on LG's teaser video below, the Koreans are starting to pay attention to design and are expected to have a pretty interesting lineup this season.
source: LG (translated) via TheVerge