The original LG Optimus Vu only came to the States this month, with Verizon introducing the LG Intuition for its 4G network. Even though US audiences are still acquainting themselves with the five-incher, LG’s already looking to the future, and a leaked spec sheet gives us an early look at what hardware to expect for the Optimus Vu II.

From what we can see here, the Vu II looks to be a relatively minor upgrade over the original Vu. It moves from a Qualcomm S3 to an S4, still at 1.5GHz, and doubles its RAM to 2GB.

Screen size and resolution remain untouched, as does the inclusion of an eight-megapixel camera. The phone gets Bluetooth 4.0, the battery should be every so slightly bigger, and the Android button layout sees a change, but that’s about all she wrote.

Would you expect more from the Vu II, or is LG hitting the important stuff here – CPU and RAM – while making the right move by leaving its general form factor and size unchanged?

Source: IT Tong
Via: Engadget

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