LG Optimus Vu launches in Korea, gets priced

LG’s 5-inch smartphone has finally arrived — at least over in Korea. While 4:3 ratio display raised a few eyebrows during its debut at MWC, the IPS display, lightweight frame and stylus has us chasing after a review model to give it the full run-down. Anyone in LG’s homeland can beat us to the punch — it’s now on sale priced just under the Galaxy Note, a device that’s been around for a few months. Expect to pay 990,000 won ($890) for a carrier-free version, but importers should ‘note’ that they won’t be able to take advantage of that built-in TV tuner. We’re still sniffing out details on prices and launch dates for the US. Hopefully, the international model will arrive with a rubberdium stylus — we just want to know what rubberdium is.

LG Optimus Vu launches in Korea, gets priced originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 06 Mar 2012 09:28:00 EST.

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