LG Optimus Vu Android phone (preview)

LG Optimus Vu preview: Is it a big smartphone or a small tablet?

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sukhdeep gill

5.0

1

Pros
size, slim design
Cons
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will surely buy this dazzling phablet. eagerly looking forward for the launch in india. perfect size for reading.

SmoothTony

4.0

2

Pros
5.5 inch screen
Cons
4:3 aspect ratio
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The size of this device pushes the upper limit of what a smartphone is and nudges the bottom limit of size for a tablet creating a perfect niche market. Personally I can't WAIT for this device to hit the U.S. Devices like this and the Samsung Note will really TAKE OFF for people who use more data than talk time. I'd much rather browse the web, play games, read books on devices like these versus a traditional phone instead of lugging my tablet around all time and a smartphone.

Patty

0.5

3

Pros
Nothing
Cons
This Table
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Bigger screens: yes
Small (wasted) bezel space: yes
Buttons that don't waste screen space: yes
Not too wide so you can hold/reach things: yes

This table does everything wrong.

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