X

Sign in

Sign in to confirm

Have you forgotten your password?

... or login with Facebook:

Don't have an AndroidPIT account yet? Sign up

LG Vu 3 revealed – Snapdragon 600 inside

Sterling Keys
3

Well, it looks like the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 won’t be the only phablet that will be presented at the IFA in Berlin. LG is getting prepared to show the world the latest version of its Vu line, the LG Vu 3. 

lg optimus vu
The Optimus line, now named Vu. / © LG

Phablets are popping up all over the place with consumers liking the sizing between a smartphone and an actual tablet, providing a good contrast between the two sizes, including the Sony Xperia Z tablet and upcoming HTC One Max.

Last year, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 made huge waves when it appeared and most manufacturers are now trying to play catch-up to the hype wave it created.  LG, however, kept the Vu 2 within the walls of Korea and received some pretty good results and hopefully has decided to test the international waters with its latest version.  The only iffy thing that remains for this line of tablets is the odd aspect ratio of 4:3 and we’ll find out if it’ll hold up to similar style devices.

Specifications

  LG Vu 3
Display 5.3-inches, 1280 x 960 pixels
Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 800, Quad-Core
Memory 2 GB
Camera 13 MP (Rear)

These are the technical details that are known so far with more information to be revealed during the IFA in Berlin. Keep an eye out here at AndroidPIT for more details as they emerge!

Related Topics

Related Articles

News / Hardware
0 10 hours ago

LG G3 Android 4.4.2 update brings more speed, less saturation

News / Hardware
1 6 days ago

LG G3: release date, news, specs, comparisons, cases, tips and more

News / Hardware
14 6 days ago

LG G3 Prime officially announced as LG G3 Cat.6 [update]

Comments

Write new comment:
  • User picture
    Admin
    Kris Carlon 11 months ago Link

    Isn't 4:3 the same aspect ratio as the iPad though? The bazillions of iPad owners certainly don't seem to have a problem with it, so I expect that is something LG were very well aware of in their choice to imitate it.

    0
    0
  • Bojan M. 11 months ago Link

    Well, I for one, think that 4:3 aspect ratio is not really comfortable to use. These devices always look too bulky and too wide to hold in hand. Even tablets. Just look at first Note. You can't put it in a pocket either. Not to mention that for media, aspect ratio of 16:9 is the best. Won't even consider these devices.

    0
    0
  • CJ Brown 11 months ago Link

    All I want to know is if LG will back its product? (there have been issues in the past with regards to a lack of software updates)

    0
    0