It looks like LG has been very, very quite about its new devices, the company has just officially taken the curtains off its next generation Optimus Vu device – the LG Optimus Vu 3 that packs the latest hardware under a slightly larger display measuring at 5.2”. But what make the Vu line up of devices different from all the other smartphones out there isn’t the specs, it’s the unique aspect ratio of 4:3, giving it a rather squarish look.
On top of a new design language that looks very familiar, it looks like LG has finally found a space to slot in its Rubberdium stylus pen, assuming that’s what “built-in rubber rhodium pen” means. LG has also improved things on the inside including a 2.26GHz Snapdragon 800 processor, 13MP rear camera, LTE-A connectivity, as well as Android 4.2.2 with the latest UX from LG found on the G2 with features such as Knock On, uest mode and Pop & Plug earphones. Other specs include a 2.1MP front camera, 2GB of RAM, and1280 x 960 HD + IPS display.
Accessories wise, it looks like it will have a similar Quick View casing as the G2 that has built-in LED on the casing itself that can display the time, date, currency, messages and notifications.