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.
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: 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).
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...
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...
Excerpt: At what size do smartphones end and tablets begin? The $199 LG Intuition is the latest device to blur the line, offering a massive 5-inch display, a handy stylus and equally useful note-taking software. In addition, this Android smartphone can take advantage of Verizon's blistering 4G LTE speeds.
Excerpt: When Samsung released the Galaxy Note , it was met with some skepticism. Do people want a huge phone with a huge screen that barely fits in your pocket, people wondered? Turns out they do, and the Note has sold gangbusters since it was introduced.
Pros: Big screen is great for typing, Fast performance
Cons: Enormous, Design is impossibly clunky, 4:3 display doesn't show apps properly
Conclusion: Well, after checking out the LG Intuition extensively from head-to-toe, our gut instinct is nudging to move on ahead – from this one, that is. Sure, its massive size is sure to amaze some random strangers as you whip it out from your pockets, but beyond that, there isn’t anything compelling to make...
Pros: Display is great for web browsing, Fast overall performance, It stands out for being so large
Cons: No slot for the Rubberdium stylus, Not practical for watching videos, Poor battery life, Shoots terrible photos and videos