Analysts believe the Korean group will manage to move a total of 60 million smartphones in 2014. A big part of that success will be owed to the G3, which is slated to become LG’s first device to hit the 10 million sales milestone.
Ahead of IFA 2014, LG has outed the specs of the LG G3 Stylus. It is a bit of a downgrade from the LG G3, but it packs a lot of the same UX features and adds a stylus.
LG G2 owners that are fans of the LG G3 UI, rejoice. LG has reportedly committed to porting the newer UI to the G2, and promised to update to Android L as well.
Users are reporting that the LG G3 has a little flaw – be careful plugging in if your connector is tight, it could crack the casing by the microphone. What should LG do about this?
LG was just rewarded with a couple of Red Dot design awards for its UX work on the G3 flagship, and now it’s letting the world know that some of the G3’s software features will become available to other devices in its lineup.
LG G3 owners can now root any US version of the handset with a single click, thanks to the Stump Root app.
LG appears to be working on a stylus-equipped G3 variant, as shown in an official promo video that the company put up for G3 Beat launch.
Analysts from several Korean investment firms estimate that LG could sell more than 60 million smartphones in 2014, thanks to the great performance of the G3 flagship. For comparison, LG managed to move 47.5 million smartphone units in 2013, and 26 million in the year before.
Starting in August, LG will begin rolling out the G3 in Moon Violet and Burgundy Red to select markets and carriers.
Head over to Best Buy to snag the LG G3 for $0 down on an installment plan, they’ll throw in a $100 gift card, or just grab it for $100 on a two year contract.