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LG Optimus Vu Review: An Impressive Phone Held Back by Clumsy …

Saturday, June 23rd, 2012

LG Optimus Vu Review: An Impressive Phone Held Back by Clumsy …
News from PCWorld:

On paper, the LG Optimus Vu (currently available only in South Korea) sounds like a killer phone: It has a high-resolution display, a speedy processor, and NFC (near-field communication), and is LTE-compatible. However, the phone itself doesn’t live up to what you see on the spec sheet, and you’re left feeling let down by what could have been a superb product. The disappointments include an awkward design, a nonremovable battery, and some software that felt a little undercooked.

Design

Much like Samsung’s wildly popular Galaxy Note, the Vu is a tablet-size phone–casually referred to as a “phablet”. The Vu’s 5-inch IPS display has the same resolution as the original iPad (1024 by 768) and is one of the phone’s defining features. Unlike other phones, the Vu has a 4:3 aspect ratio–a rarity now that most modern smartphones are shipping with widescreen displays. This works to the Vu’s advantage when it comes to presenting Web pages, since most websites and docume…………… continues on PCWorld

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LG 4X HD P880 review
News from Wired.co.uk:

The HTC One X might have been first out of the quad-core traps, but it’s since been followed by the Samsung Galaxy S3 and now it’s the turn of the LG 4X HD, which does its best to beat Samsung and HTC’s much-hyped powerhouses at their own game.

Design
At first glance, the 4X HD looks much like the other quad-core mobiles, and half a dozen other outsize Androids, but look a little closer and it has a distinctive double metal trim around the sides flanking a tactile, ridged centre. The thin plastic back also has a distinctive feel, with a ridged pattern that looks and feels a little like wood grain.

The 4X HD is a little smaller at 132x68x9mm than the S3′s 137x71x9mm but not enough to really notice. The capacitive screen’s ever so slightly smaller too (4.7-inches as opposed to 4.8-inches on the S3) and takes up most of the front, with just a thin strip above and below.

The True HD-IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen has the same resolution as the S3′s Super Amoled and the One X’s Super LCD at 1280×720 pixels, with 313 pixels-per-inch. In truth, you won’t be disappointed with any of these screens. They all deliver deep blacks…………… continues on Wired.co.uk

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