Like its competitors, it has all the hardware and software features that you would like to have in an Android smartphone. But it is its size that makes it stand out.
- Great for taking notes
- ebook reading
- Web browsing
- Quite fast
- User interface
- Note taking app
- Capacitive touch buttons below display can't be operated through stylus
- No place to keep Stylus
- Camera auto focus below par
- One hand operation bit difficult during calls
- Dull looking back panel
Being different is not always better and that is why we were suspicious about the LG Optimus Vu as it comes with radically different aspect ratio of 4:3. Both in our specification comparison as well as first hand review of the LG Optimus Vu, we highlighted the odd aspect ratio and wondered whether it would be acceptable to people.
Thankfully, we have got the LG Optimus Vu in our test labs for a complete review. Here is our take but before that a quick glimpse at its specification list.
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