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LG Optimus Vu goes international

LG Optimus Vu goes international

When the LG Optimus Vu first launched the phone was exclusive in South Korea and Japan. We mentioned a few days ago that the Vu would be coming to the United States next month. The US isn't the only country where fans of big-screen smartphones will be able to get their hands on the Optimus Vu.

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LG Optimus Vu spotted with Verizon markings

LG Optimus Vu spotted with Verizon markings

It appears very much like LG will be bringing their rectangular 5-inch display-having Android device known as the Optimus Vu to Verizon this summer if a leaked photo is to be believed. This photo (seen in the gallery below) comes via Android Police who note that this device will likely take the place of the Galaxy Note that's now headed to T-Mobile instead. This continues a legacy of LG devices adopting Verizon's 4G LTE network with their own custom software stylings on Android devices.

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LG Optimus Vu could hit Verizon

LG Optimus Vu could hit Verizon

Our pals at the FCC have let slip what appears to be a new version of the smartphone from LG called the Optimus Vu. The line art on the left-hand side of the image below is clearly the back panel of the Optimus Vu. In place of the LG logo, you'll note a model number and the 4G LTE logo.

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LG Optimus 4X HD launches in Europe

LG Optimus 4X HD launches in Europe

Slow and steady wins the race, right? LG has finally launched the LG Optimus 4X HD, with the Germans scoring the first opportunity to own one. After that, those in the UK, Spain, Italy, and the Netherlands will be able to pick one up, followed by Eastern Europe, South America, and Asia later on. Is what's on offer enough to make you think twice about the HTC One X or Samsung Galaxy S III?

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LG details Optimus UI 3.0 for ICS phones

LG details Optimus UI 3.0 for ICS phones

LG has today announced the introduction of its new user interface for LG Optimus phones running Ice Cream Sandwich. Optimus UI 3.0 will feature major modifications to the stock Android experience, offering similar features to what you might find with Sense and TouchWiz but with LG’s unique twists. The UI will be available on the LG Optimus 4X HD and LG Optimus LTE II when they both launch.

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NTT DoCoMo grabs Galaxy S III, Optimus Vu, Xperia GX and more

NTT DoCoMo grabs Galaxy S III, Optimus Vu, Xperia GX and more

Samsung's Galaxy S III launch plans continue to spread, with the new smartphone now showing up for duty as part of Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo's 19-strong summer range. Set to share shelf space with fifteen other phones, as well as a waterproof tablet, a handset targeted at kids and a mobile LTE router, there are also some less-usual features like touchscreens that feel like physical buttons in the new Raku-Raku PHONE.

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LG Optimus LTE2 hands-on in Korea

LG Optimus LTE2 hands-on in Korea

We're all the way over across the pond today to take a peek at LG's newest beast, the LG Optimus LTE2, complete with a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor, LTE data speed, at a massive 2GB of RAM. This device was announced just this past month as Samsung released information on their own new monster the Galaxy S III, and here in the LTE2 you'll find some fabulous specifications that definitely aim high on the super phone chart for ultimate dominance across the earth. Don't expect this machine to hit the shores of the USA any time soon, but have a peek at how powerful this monster is in the wild today.

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LG Optimus 4X HD hitting Europe in June

LG Optimus 4X HD hitting Europe in June

Maybe the Galaxy S III didn’t set your world ablaze, or maybe you just really like LG. They have a new top of the line smartphone too, you know. The LG Optimus 4X HD will be winging its way towards Europe very soon, in time for a June launch. LG has confirmed that Germany, Sweden, Great Britain, Italy, and Poland will all be getting a taste of the handset first, then more countries later on.

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