After launching Quantum Pixelight 65-inch and 75-inch 4K HDR LED TVs in India, Vu today sent out invites for the launch its first Android TV in the country on March 13th. The company says that it is the first company to bring licenced Android TV running Android 7.0 (Nougat) to India. Continue reading “Vu to launch its first Android TV on March 13”
Vu today has launched the 65 and 75-inch Quantum Pixelight LED Tv in India. The TV comes with 1500 nits brightness making it the brightest LED TV in this segment. The LED panel promises to deliver an immersive life-like TV viewing experience with its vibrant color gamut and impressive picture quality using quantum pixel technology. Continue reading “Vu Quantum Pixelight 65-inch and 75-inch 4K HDR LED TVs launched in India”
This week Samsung, as we had exclusively reported, launched Galaxy A9 Pro (SM-A9100), the company’s latest top-end smartphone in the ‘Galaxy A’ series in India. Continue reading “Weekly Roundup: Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro, Lenovo’s three new 4G VoLTE smartphones, new 4K TVs and more”
As promised, Meizu brought its m3 note to India this week. The smartphone was first announced in China last month and is already available there. It will be available exclusively from Amazon.in through flash sale starting from May 31st at 2PM for Rs. 9,999.
If the Galaxy Note is anything to go by, Sales of super-sized phones are not going to slow down any time soon. Not wanting to miss out on the trend, LG recently launched the Optimus Vu. Its take on the phablet form-factor includes a 5″ screen in a fairly uncommon 4:3 aspect ratio.
Powered by a quad core Tegra 3 processor coupled with 1GB RAM and 32GB of storage, the LG Optimus Vu does not skimp on specifications but is that enough to deliver a compelling smartphone experience ? Read on to find out. Continue reading “LG Optimus Vu Review”
LG India today confirmed to FoneArena at the LG Bloggers Meet today that the Optimus Vu is indeed coming to India later this year. The Optimus Vu is a 5-inch phone from LG which puts it in the same league as the Samsung Galaxy Note. The screen is one of the main highlights of the device and it packs a 1024x768px resolution. The phone packs 32GB of inbuilt storage and utilizes a microSIM card slot. It also comes with a capacitive stylus.
Here’s the hands on video for the LG Optimus Vu 5″ smartphone. LG’s attempt to enter the phone-blet segment along with the Samsung Galaxy Note.