An image showing an unannounced LG smartphone has hit the web, with speculation suggesting it could be a future LG smartphone like the rumored Optimus G2 or the Nexus 5.
A new rumor says the LG Optimus G2 has been spotted in AnTuTu benchmarks with a similar device version seen at the Bluetooth SIG. Is it the real deal? Read on to find out more details!
Strong demand for LG’s flagship Optimus G line-up, as well as mid and low-end smartphones, have boosted the company’s 2013 sales target to over 50 million units.
LG has released the financial results for Q1 2013 and the outcome is mixed: record smartphone sales make up for poor TV sales performance.
A new report says that LG will place the Home button and volume keys of the Optimus G2 on the back of the handset, near the camera module.
After the success of smartphones such as the Nexus 4 and Optimus G, LG unveil plans to launch its next flagship smartphone, the Optimus G2, in Q3, probably at IFA.
According to sources “familiar with launch plans”, the LG Optimus G Pro is to make its grand American debut on May 10 on AT&T. That’s mere days after the planned Samsung Galaxy S4 US launch, so on paper the 5.5-incher should prove to be solid competition for the S4.
After it’s become a box-office hit in South Korea, the LG Optimus G Pro is ready to take Japan by storm.. The land of the rising sun has the G Pro up for grabs starting today via NTT DoCoMo, the country’s leading wireless carrier.
LG Optimus G owners on AT&T are finally getting their devices updated to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean! Have you gotten yours?
It’s not a secret that LG has always been one step behind its mortal enemy, Samsung, when talking about the Android market. But sometimes it’s like the Optimus makers are not even trying to get ahead.