LG’s Optimus Vu 2 to come with infrared remote control

It’s as if smartphones did not come with too many functions but LG is here to just add one more to its upcoming Optimus Vu 2 smartphone – an infrared universal remote control.  According to the company this function will make the Optimus Vu 2 the first smartphone in the world to come with such a remote control.

The new remote control system will carry the QRemote name and will allow you to control pretty much any device at your home that has an infrared sensor – TVs, air conditioners, audio/video systems etc. QRemote will come pre-installed on the Optimus Vu 2 but strangely enough it will not be made by LG.

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LG did not describe any other specs of the Optimus Vu 2. The smartphone is expected to arrive in South Korea next month – which is exactly the time the first Optimus Vu gets released worldwide. September will also be the time LG launches the most advanced LG smartphone to date – the Optimus G. And in the US customers will be able to take advantage of the Optimus Vu / Intuition, so fall seems like a really exciting time for both LG and its smartphone fans.


Source: Unwiredview.com

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