The LG Vu series of smartphones might not have been globally successful for the company, but LG remains insistent on launching newer variants of the smartphone. This time it’s the Vu 3 which has gone official, with a relatively familiar display and aspect ratio. The uniqueness of the LG Vu smartphones lies in its oddly shaped display and the aspect ratio, and LG has decided to stick with it for a third time. However, LG has left no stone unturned in making it a powerful smartphone. The Vu 3 packs a decent rubber rhodium stylus for those looking for a Galaxy Note like experience.
The Vu 3 packs a slightly larger 5.2 inch display with a resolution of 1280×960 pixels. The smartphone also packs a 13MP camera on board along with the monstrous Snapdragon 800 quad core chip which is seen in most new flagships like the LG G2 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. The Vu 3 comes with something known as the Carrier Aggregation technology which is basically a mixture of different LTE-A frequencies to give users double the speed.
There’s no information on pricing or availability of the smartphone just yet, but it seems like the handset will be concentrated towards LG’s home region first with the rest of the world to follow. LG will bundle unique cases with the smartphone as it did with the LG G2 smartphone, albeit in a slightly different avatar.
Source: LG (Korean)
Via: Android Community