Looking back at it now, the LG Vu was one of the few touchscreen devices to stand out among AT&T's lineup as it increasingly became more affordable as time passed by. Naturally for something that provided some decent sales for AT&T would eventually be graced with another handset – and that's exactly what happening with the LG Vu Plus. We've heard about it a couple weeks ago
, but now it's slated to officially debut on June 6th with a $149.99 price tag with a 2-year agreement. Improving on the original's design, the LG Vu Plus now offers users the convenience of a physical QWERTY keyboard on top of its touchscreen. Just like the original LG Vu, it'll offer AT&T's FLO TV service which enables customers to catch up on some of their favorite media content on its capacitive display. In addition, the LG Vu Plus features a 3” capacitive touchscreen, 7.2Mbps HSDPA, 3-megapixel auto-focus camera, microSD card support, and 50MB of internal storage. If requiring to pay a smartphone data plan just doesn't fit your budget and still prefer the refinements of a touchscreen handset, then it would look like the LG Vu Plus could potentially be a decent solution for you.