Rumour mill is so busy with new LG Vu III smartphone.
LG had announced that they are saying goodbye to the “Optimus” brand, and the future smartphones with 4:3 aspect ratio will be re-branded to the Vu series. If they are putting that in to practical, the Vu III will be the first smartphone from LG, without an “Optimum” branding. We know that the Vu series from LG was not that popular. So, how will the new Vu III be welcomed is yet to be seen. As per the reports, the next smartphone from LG will be releasing by the end of September.
As per the rumours, the Vu III will be having a 5.2 inch display with a resolution of 960×1280 pixels. There would be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. The Vu III smartphone will be packing a 13 MP rear camera. If the rumours are correct, the Vu III will support LTE connectivity. Most probably, the device will be getting released in the IFA 2013, which is to be hosted on September 4th, in Berlin.
Seems like September is gonna be a month with so many new smartphones. Remember, the Galaxy Note 3 will be releasing in September. So will be the LG G2 and there are so many other major smartphones, getting ready to be released in September. If the official circles are not exaggerating, Samsung has already started sending invitations for the launching event of the Galaxy Note 3, which will be happening just before the IFA 2013.
As per the reports, the new Vu III will be coming out in three different model numbers, F-300K, F-300L and F-300S. The difference between these three are yet to be revealed. The memory options of the smartphone includes a 2 GB RAM and a 16 GB internal storage.
The possible spec list of the LG Vu III smartphone includes:
• 5.2 inch display with 1280×960 pixels resolution.
• Snapdragon 800 processor.
• Google Android v4.3 Jelly Bean Operating System.
• 2GB RAM.
• 16GB internal memory
• 13 mega pixel primary camera.