LG introduced the Optimus Vu II as an alternative to Galaxy Note II

LG has officially announced the launch of Optimus Vu II, a handset that aims to be competitive the Samsung Note 2 of the increasingly popular sector ‘phablet’.

Optimus Vu II

After multiple leaks, LG has put up for sale (currently in South Korea) this new Optimus Vu II, confirming the specifications that you already had advanced, starting with the multi-touch screen 5-inch IPS 1080 x 768 pixels, in a 4:3 that will surprise and delight each other.

Optimus Vu II core engine is Qualcomm MSM8960 SoC with dual core processor at 1.5 GHz along with 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage expandable via SD cards.

Among the connectivity, there are Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi Direct, GPS, NFC, DLNA, Dual Camera 8 and 1.3 megapixels, an IR emitter Optimus to turn this into a universal remote control and support for band 4G mobile broadband. Optimus Vu II connectivity is complete.

Optimus Vu II comes with Android 4.0 ICS owns Optimus 3.0 interface and informal retail price in Korea, the change reaches $671 euros. But on other hand Galaxy Note II is more phablet as leaked, it is carrying quad-core processor and better resolution display. On paper, Galaxy Note 2 is of course verdict over LG Optimus Vu II.

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