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CTIA Super Mobility Week
LG VuAt CTIA 2008, Nicole Lee takes a look at the LG Vu, one of the first phones to support AT&T's Mobile TV.
^B00:00:00 [ Music ] >> I'm Nicole Lee, associate editor for CNET.com. And I'm right here in Las Vegas, Nevada for CTIA 2008. And this is the brand new LG Vu and it's going to be one of the first phones to support AT&T's new live TV service called AT&T Mobile TV. So as you can see on the front, there's a dedicated TV button right on the bottom here. So you press it, and you turn it over. You get to watch live TV right here on the LG Vu. And there's also an extendable antennae to improve reception. You can sort of bend it anywhere you want. You can't really break it. Other features of the phone, as you can see, it's a full-on touch screen phone, which means there's an onscreen dial pad. There's a full HTML browser. This also has a vibrating feedback, which means that whenever you press something on the phone, there's a slight, sort of haptic feedback to let you know that you pressed something. If you want to text, there's also a landscape mode, QWERTY keyboard. And the interesting thing about the QWERTY keyboard is that when you touch the individual keys, it actually magnifies. It's kind of like the iPhone, in a way. So it's a very full-featured phone, coming out to AT&T later this year. We don't really know pricing and availability just yet. Just look forward to it later this year. My name is Nicole Lee. This has been the LG Vu. ^M00:01:16 [ Music ]