LG recently unveiled a new version of its Vu 3 phablet. With a characteristic 4:3 screen, it stands apart from the flood of 16:9 and 16:10 devices. It's quite a capable phablet, borrowing a number of features from the LG G2 flagship, some of which can be seen in the first hands-on videos of the device.
The first video shows KnockOn – a way to wake or lock the device without needing to hit the power button (even though it's not on the back like on the G2). You just double tap the screen.
Then there's a quick peek at the LG Vu 3's dual shot camera – it can do a picture-in-picture photo with its 13MP camera on the back and the front-facing camera.
Here's another look at the camera UI:
The LG Vu 3 also packs a powerful Snapdragon 800 chipset, a stylus that sheaths into the phablet's body, LTE-Advanced connectivity, Guest mode, and will have translucent QuickView covers. It's expected to will launch this quarter (exact pricing and availability is missing).