The LG Optimus VU II Is Announced

The fight for oversized smart phone dominance is slowly starting to heat up. As the consumer presence for the oversized phablets grows more contenders enter the ring and more viable options are created. As Samsung and LG seemingly dominate the arena a few more challengers like Pantech enter the scene with the Vega R3 and ...

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The LG Intuition Becomes a Phablet Reality

Ahh, the phablet. The word that Samsung created! A while back Samsung announced a smart phone that took the “standard size” and tossed it out the window. The Galaxy Note was born, you may have heard of it. Wildly and unsuspectedly popular the oversized smart phone took on a life of its own. While it ...

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The LG Optimus VU Inches Closer To its American Debut

  Ah, the elusive “phablet”. Initially Dell took to the market place with a “smartphone” that measured in at 5 plus inches and unfortunately for the company, the idea didn’t really take off. While the speed was there, the conditions seemed right the oversized Streak just could not get lift off. Fast forward a year or ...

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A Verizon Branded LG Optimus VU Appears In the Wild

Another high powered LG device looks to be making its way to the likes of Verizon’s loving arms. Last week some not so blurry pictures of what looks to be the carriers very own LG Optimus LTE II showed up on the front page of the interwebs bearing all.  The device is a super powered ...

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A Big Red LG Optimus VU Passes Through the FCC

  The life of an oversized smart phone has just recently begun to break the mold of the more tame sized handsets. Blame it on the Dell Streak, or blame it on the Galaxy Note the oversized phablets as some are calling them are invading our smart phone space! Right around the time Samsung launched the ...

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The LG Optimus Vu shows off a 5-inch screen with a 4:3 Aspect Ratio

The age of tablet phones is upon us once again. It seems that smart phones over 5 inches have a tendency to pop up and then disappear.  This phenomenon is quite similar to the whole 3D thing that went around like a bad cold recently, but remember folks it will be back! While the ‘standard’ ...

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