Yet another device between a smartphone and a tablet
LG has announced its latest mobile device called the Optimus Vu. This device can make phone calls and rocks LTE connectivity. It walks the space between the traditional smart phone and a smaller screentablet with a five-inch LCD with 4:3 aspect ratio. The screen is also very bright the 650 IPS rating making it easy to read inside or out.
The device is 8.5 mm thick and measures 139.6 x 90.4 x 8.5 mm and weighs 168 g. LG says that the device will debut in March and will be seen for the first time at Mobile World Congress starting soon. The screen resolution is 1024x768 and the Optimus Vu has 32 GB of storage.
The operating system is Android 2.3, the front camera is eight megapixels, and the rear cameras 1.3 megapixels. LG uses a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor and the 2080 mAh battery. Other features include HDMI output, DLNA support, Wi-Fi direct, T-DMB support.
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