LG has officially unveiled the Vu 3, a new device in its line of Phablets. The Vu 3 ships with a handsome spec list and a few other features that we didn’t see on its predecessors.
Like the previous devices in the lineup, the Vu 3 ships with a 4:3 aspect ratio display, but this time around the resolution has been bumped up to 1280 x 960. The Vu 3 also ships with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800, 13 megapixel camera, built-in stylus, LTE-A support and more.
The Vu 3 also ships with some of the great software features we liked on the LG G2, like Knock Knock and Plug and Play. The Vu 3 will also have the same QuickWindow cases to take a peek at information while the phone is still locked.
At the moment, there doesn’t look like the phablet will be landing in the US anytime soon, but anything is possible. The Vu 3 will launch later this week in the Korean market.
If the Vu 3 ends up coming to the US, would you be interested in grabbing one?