Conclusion: As more and more handsets enter the touch screen market, it just sets the bar higher for the next model. Each manufacturer has to come up with its own way to differentiate the phone to draw customers away. Well, with all the models out there, the Vu sure does have its job cut out for it and there is no excuse to cut itself short. Sadly, there are just a lot lacking to keep it from the top. For starters, the touch screen just isn’t on par with the rest of the competition.
Pros: Mobile TV, Full HTML browser, QWERTY keyboard makes use of the screen in landscape view, Great voice quality
Cons: Terrible sensitivity when scrolling and not using scrollbars, Screen is easily washed out in sunlight, Keyboard changes or is not present at times, Feels cheap for the price, Poor image quality, Can’t move multiple files at one time, Email wizard lacks an option to create an account not found in the list, Location of microSD slot, Material scratches easily