Summary: The 5” LG Optimus Vu is finally coming to Malaysia and before moving on, it’s pronounced as “view” or “vue”, not “voo”. I have to admit, when I first saw the original LG Optimus Vu in pictures, it looked really awkward, in fact if I may be totally honest, it looks pretty ugly with its unique 4:3...
Summary: Some say, the LG Optimus Vu was conceived to rival the Samsung Galaxy Note II. However, that is exactly what it is not. Well, you may say that both are big-screen phones, with the rather fancily named styluses, but both seem to offer different things. The Optimus Vu is even bigger than the Note II.
Summary: Looking at the big picture, LG’s Optimus Vu’s is a smartphone that will confuse users. And it doesn’t seem fit for this world like the Galaxy Note is. And it has an expensive price. But it’s not a bad smartphone/tablet.
Excerpt: The phablets are here to stay, and that is pretty much crystal clear. The Samsung Galaxy Note II still pretty much leads the way in terms of performance and the overall premium feel of the package. But the others are not to be ignored!
Summary: Even with the success of the larger screen smartphones like Samsung’s GALAXY Note, not many developers were eager to jump into this form factor for various reasons. However, earlier this year, we saw LG showcasing its Optimus Vu smartphone at MWC 2012 and today, we are bringing you an in-depth...
Summary: The Optimus Vu has its fair share of shortcomings, the 4:3 aspect ratio is among them. Also, the stylus was supposed to make the device unique and special — but it didn’t really turn out that way (we’re really hoping it will add value when you need to use it for sketching/drawing).
LG Intuition – the Optimus Vu is finally coming to the US, courtesy of Verizon
7 October 2012
Conclusion: The LG Intuition is coming this fall to Verizon, and the price will be $200 with a contract, which is on par with the Galaxy Note and other high end smartphones. If you need a device for note taking and high speed Internet usage and have a large enough sleeve or pockets, the LG Intuition is...
Summary: Overall opinion: If the battery carries decent use and standby life, and the Optimus Vu has respectable RAM and connectivity, none of which we know fully right now, it’s doubtful that it will be priced as high as the Note but could easily slip into the same potential user’s hands.
Summary: The LG Intution follows the mantra of "go big or go home," but we're leaning toward the latter. The large 5-inch display is beautiful with deep colors and sharp detail, and we like its fast Verizon LTE data speeds.