|New LG VU CU920 AT&T GSM 3g Touchscreen Video Camera TV Bluetooth Phone Black|
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|LG VU CU920 - Black (AT&T Cingular) Cellular Phone no ac adapter/bundle|
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|Cool and elegant, the LG Vu CU920 is a touchscreen mobile that will grab the attention of everyone. The 3-inch touchscreen of the LG cell phone delivers bright and clear images. With QWERTY touchscreen keyboard of the LG Vu CU920, you can type messages comfortably and quickly. The LG Vu CU920 comes with a 3 MP camera and LED flash, so you can capture photographs even in low light conditions. With EDGE support on this touchscreen mobile, you can surf the Web, check mails, and watch videos. Since the LG cell phone has Bluetooth support, you can connect with other compatible devices. With the support for social networking services and multiple messaging options on this cellular phone, you can always stay in touch with your friends.|
|Storage Capacity||120 MB|
|Network Technology||EDGE, GPRS, GSM / WCDMA (UMTS), HSDPA|
|Band||GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 (Quadband) UMTS/HSDPA 850/1900|
|Supported Flash Memory Cards||MicroSD|
|Battery Type||Lithium Ion Polymer|
|Battery Capacity||1000 mAh|
|Battery Talk Time||Up to 180 min|
|Battery Standby Time||Up to 250 hr|
|Display Technology||LCD display|
|Diagonal Screen Size||3 in.|
|Display Resolution||240 x 400 pixels|
|Color Depth||18-bit (262000 Colors)|
|QWERTY Physical Keyboard||No|
"The LG Vu is a super sexy touch-screen phone with a 3-inch display and haptic feedback. Features include AT&T Mobile TV, HSDPA speeds, a 2.0-megapixel camera, a full HTML browser, and quad-band support."
"The LG Vu's camera lacks flash, and there's a learning curve involved with the touch screen. Streaming video was a little choppy as well."
"Despite a few quibbles with the touch screen, its full features and excellent performance make the LG Vu one of the hottest phones this year."
Average review score based on 533 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
The Good: The LG Vu is a super sexy touch-screen phone with a 3-inch display and haptic feedback. Features include AT&T Mobile TV, HSDPA speeds, a 2.0-megapixel camera, a full HTML browser, and quad-band support.
The Bad: The LG Vu's camera lacks flash, and there's a learning curve involved with the touch screen. Streaming video was a little choppy as well.
The Bottom Line: Despite a few quibbles with the touch screen, its full features and excellent performance make the LG Vu one of the hottest phones.
So, there I was: Stuck with a five year old flip phone that was far past the age it should have given up the ghost. I set out to find a new confidant and holder of contacts. I have had good luck with LG phone's in the past (I had an all to brief, yet passionate love affair with an EnV3), so I narrowed my search to that brand. I am a fervent texter, and not one given to making many calls, so a messaging phone was the order of the day.
I was considering a Xenon, as Qwerty is a must for me and it seemed to fill the bill, when one day as I strolled thru the dirty ill-lit corridors of my local Walmart I saw the Vu on display. I admit at first I was coy. I merely danced up to it, flirting with the idea of courting it for my own. I then got up the courage to make a full inquiry as to it's assets. I discovered a wealth of features (all that I could want and more in fact), including a passable camera, respectable sound quality and the capacity to store and play full mp3 audio, good capacity for video, and of course all that little things that are expected such as alarm, calendar, and the like. These are merely trifles tho. I admit myself superficial, as the real fun was to be had in the appearance of the thing. Nice casing, reminiscent in fact of a less reflective Shine. It is no dainty thing, that I admit. Not so large as to be cumbersome to venture abroad with, but still perhaps enough so to put off those more inclined to the diminutive. As for myself, I prefer a bit of heft in my devices, so that pleased me well.
The decisive part of course of any such device that thrives on touch is how is responds to such stimuli. Here as well , I am proud to say, it performs admirably. I am not normally given to appreciate a touch-screen interface, so finding that this one suited my means was a surprise most pleasant. It comes with no stylus, so one must not be shy to get well acquainted with it. It responds in a timely and nicely precise means to the desires of its operator. A bit of practice may be necessary, I had a bit of trouble learning to properly aim for full key texting, but the payoff is well worth it.
I have not yet tested the TV tuning ability of the device, odd perhaps since it is its biggest claim, but with a large, crisp display such as it has, I've little doubt but that it would be a pleasure to view.
Overall, this is a great, and really nice looking, messaging phone that can be got quite a bit cheaper than some of the other options for touch-screen phones. It comes with a lot of bells and whistles, but nothing really show-stopping. The components combine to form a solid package tho. I wouldn't recommend it if you are the type that just doesn't think they can get over the all-touch hump tho, and there is just no way to use it otherwise. I would also not advise it if it is for a younger user, or if you are especially clumsy, as if the screen is damaged its over. It can take more punishment than you would think, but it is by no means created for roughing it. In the end, a great phone that offers an nice alternative to the Big Two in touch screens.
I bought this phone cuz my Sony S710 finally took a dump after I dropped it one to many times. I still miss that phone. I thought I would like the touch screen but I'm still undecided bout that. On some things its great but others its just downright infuriating. Mostly if you want to scroll thru something its real hit or miss, and there's no other way of getting around. I have the best luck using a pencil with an eraser as a stylus. Especially the qwerty. Fat fingers? Forget it. It can do a ton of stuff but if you don't buy the service(s) then its pretty much just another phone. Didn't come with a single non-demo game. Its also kinda irritating having to push the unlock key on the side of the phone twice every time you want to do anything. The time and date are right in the middle of the screen and you cant turn it off or move it so if you have a cool pic you want to put on you wallpaper make sure that whats important is either just a little above or below right across the middle of the screen! Also I thought it was strange that the phone can 'make an animated GIF' but it wont work as a wallpaper.??? The speaker phone works quite well. I'm not sure if I like the size as its hard to do anything but hold it or put it down or pocket it. Not terribly impressed with the camera/corder and it doesn't have a flash or flashlight (my old Sony did!) It didn't really help take pics unless it was pitch black out, but I cant tell you how many times I whipped it out to see in the dark. This phone can use an unknown size micro SD. I've seen ppl say they have an 8 gig. I have a 2 gig and that's more than enough given how difficult is scrolling through files. I think I like it but IDK yet.
The LG Vu has one key feature that may have you wanting this phone. It is the AT&T Mobile TV app. For an extra fee, you can literally whip out the antenna and watch TV on this phone.
THE PROS ARE:
-A 3-inch screen
-Lightweight and compact
-2 megapixel camera with a button on the side so you can get to it directly
-A full Web browsing experience
-Check and reply to emails
-3G data connectivity
-A memory card slot that is expandable to 4GB
The CONS ARE:
-The camera doesn’t have a flash
-There is no GPS navigation
-Some people complain that the battery life is way too short, but the estimated talk time is 3 hours, and the standby time is 250 hours.
Overall, if you love television and want to stay connected 24/7 this phone is the way to go.
This phone is a bit difficult to work with. I love the touch screen feature(reason I bought it) but if u don't lock it n ur talking on the phone it will open other apps n its confusing. The alarm app is very limited u really can't add a whole lot if u have alot of reminders. The botton on the lower face to make a call n end it is so narrow n not bumpy at all which makes it hard to actually make the call or end it u pratically have to use ur fingernail. The battery life sucks it drains it so quick it's ridiculous. I bought this phone because I previously owned an LG Xenon I loved it so much n unfortunately I dropped it n broke but buying the LG Vu was a big mistake I don't like the phone at all n it's the reason I gave it a 2star. Next time I'll spend a little more n get something thats actually worths my money!