Excerpt: I have had the LG Vu for over an year now, and it is not all that I imagine it would be. Don't get me wrong it has some cool features, but the screen locks up any time I have it on the full keyboard, when you are in the sunlight you can not see the screen, and the keys on the keyboard are too small to even type a simple message.
Excerpt: I upgraded my phone and got the LG Vu I am not really thrilled with it. It gets hot when I am talking on it, drops calls and does not get the best signal. Stuck with it for now, but when the right time comes I will get something else.
Excerpt: I've had this phone for one year and I honestly can't wait until I get an upgrade. The QWERTY keyboard is alright for texting (thank God I have small fingers), the Internet is mediocre, and I do enjoy the video camera and mobile email features. Other than that, this phone is a total bust and it's all because of the darn touch screen.
The LG Vu is very sleek but it is not all it is cracked up to be
13 February 2013
Excerpt: I really enjoyed getting the LG VU. But when I got it, it is very hard to hear people and the texting feature is not that great. The touch screen is very sensitive and it's hard to touch each place that you need to go. The Menu is hard to acess. But, the one feature that i was looking forward to but did not receive was the recording feature to make ringtones. Well the phone that I previously had, had that feature but this one does not have it.
Excerpt: I purchased this phone the LG VU for the touch screen and easy use. Yes I was trying to find something like the iphone. The qwerty keyboard is too small for my fingers and no they are not fat fingers my 10 year old daughter has small enough fingers for this phone and I have promised it to her if it will hold up.
Excerpt: A year ago I decided to upgrade my phone and I searched and asked others what that thought to be a good phone. I had noticed that several people had the LG VU cu920 so I thought maybe this is the phone to get everybody seemed to be happy with it. But they them selves were new to it as well. Well having this phone for some time now It is not one i would recomend to anyone.
excited i was going to get my 1st touchscreen at a great price
13 February 2013
Excerpt: i was thrilled to get my first touchscreen and got it for 49.99 from my cell phone provider (with a two year contract and 50.00 mail in rebate that returned very fast). however, i was somewhat disappointed with a couple of things. 2. the battery life is short. requires much more frequent charging than i expected. this short batter life is not dependent upon whether or not you use the internet or not. must be charged everyday.
Excerpt: I used the LG Vu for a few months in between phones. Mine broke, and a friend had a spare Vu that I used until I finally could not stand it anymore and bought a new phone outright. I found the Vu to be confusing, inconvenient and clumsy. It offers a lot of features, but the quality apparently suffers for the quantity. For example, it does offer a camera, but good luck taking any pictures that are not blurry or grainy.
Excerpt: Let's start with te fact that I don't trust LG in general. I only got this phone because it was the only free one offered when I needed a new phone. Overall, the phone has performed fairly well, including a brief stint in a toilet (yeah, it dried out and worked fine - gross though). There are some things about it that bother me a ton. Firstly, texting on this phone is nearly impossible. I text often, so this is a major problem. It does have a QWERTY keyboard option...
Excerpt: I have had this phone for about a year a 3 months, because I have a 2 year contract with AT&T. It was great at first, features are pretty good but I don't have internet, so I can't utilize most of them. About a month ago, the battery started dying really fast like half way through the day (didn't do it at first, it would last for about 3 days). Also, I don't get service in a lot of places, its not AT&T either, when I restart my phone it works again.