The Optimus G is just now rolling out in Europe, and the bigger and better Optimus G Pro is about to make its debut in society at MWC, and we’re already hearing news about the future Optimus G2.
LG is reportedly producing its own eight-core processor that will most likely equip the LG Optimus G2 later this year.
Even though it’s early in the new year, it’s clear that LG will play a more important role in the Android universe in 2013, considering the plethora of LG-related Android rumors we get almost on a daily basis.
While things didn’t go as bad for LG in 2012 as they did for, say, HTC, we have to say the Korean company, which was once upon a time seen as a fierce Samsung rival, mostly underperformed.
LG plans to release a full HD smartphone codenamed GK in Q1 of 2013 to beat the Samsung Galaxy S4 and Apple iPhone 5S to market.
Last week we reported on the rumor that LG would unveil the so-called Optimus G2 at the company’s CES press conference. With the conference over, the G2 was a complete no-show.
CES is one of the most important and glamorous yearly trade shows in technology, and, although this year’s event might not be very spectacular, there are still numerous gadgets to look for with excitement.
According to a new rumor coming out of Taiwan, LG will be announcing their 2013 flagship phone at CES instead of Mobile World Congress. It’ll be called the Optimus G2.