Summary: Too wide. When I get a phone I am very superficial as long as it can make calls, the GPS works right and I can send text and data is on the phone even if it is slow I will get. I like the phones big so naturally I thought this would be great. I love LG phones. I love their design and the interface and keyboard so I thought this phone would definitely be a great fit. I was wrong.
Summary: The phablet is phabolous and i recommend it to those who want a better device that does everything then get this one it is great. a little big and the battery life is moderate i suggest keeping it on the charger during heavy use. other than that itssssss a great device....!!!
Pros: its big i have big hands so it works out and its very fast on the download. It has quite a bit of functions (I say learn as you go)they are easy to get used to. The Phone has a lot of space and has a stylus for better precision.
Cons: The battery life is moderate i guess its to be expected since it does a lot of different tasks. For some people it might be big and for others just right but the width of the phone is stressful on the hand for prolonged conversations.
Excerpt: I heard that people have different attraction to this phone because it is too rectangular, but I really love this phone. 4:3 ratio is perfect for using the internet, and viewing the photos that you've taken. My favorite part is the UI because you can change the icons and styles as you wish. There are even 4 themes that you can apply for the home screen. I really like this because Samsung didn't have anything like icon change or theme change. The design is also very cool.
Pros: 4:3 screen ratio, Great internet view, good for watching TV, Love the Notebook app, Awsome UI (favorite), best design ever, Fully filling Gallery with 4:3 ratio
Summary: I've had numerous phones over the last 6 - 10 months trying to find one that would "do it all". I used to carry a phone, Tab, and a camera. Now I only carry the VU. The features are great (notes, email, ereader, etc.). The only thing I would like is the ability to expand the memory with an SD card (the newer version does this). As a ereader, the pages show up much better than even on a 6" regular phone screen (16:9 ratio) since the VU has a 4:3 ratio.
Summary: This is a big smartphone: 5.5 x 3.5 inches. It's an odd shape; more square than the rectangular Samsung Galaxy Note, which it aims to compete with. I like the size/shape of the display for reading news and surfing the web. Some say it's too big to fit in one hand, but I don't find that to be the case. Graphics on the display are fair to middling. Apps load rather slowly too despite a quad core processor.
Pros: Love that it's a phone and a tablet. It has crisp & vibrant colors, not too big for my average sized hands, no dropped calls, frozen screen or poor reception. Battery last me 1 1/2 days. It has so many sweet features. Great Android phone!
Cons: Have had this for 32 days and no complaints.
Summary: Actually i wait for lumia at this size. The shape is almost similar. But lumia is still better in shape. But i love the camera placing in optimus vu. Lumia just have to go to this size. And move the camera just like where optimus vu have. Do it Nokia..........!! And i don't know how. With two year contract or anything. Make it available with $99 in indonesia.