If you weren’t confused enough with LG’s much too big new line-up of smartphones and the pretty hectic branding that came with it, there’s a new gadget name you should write down – the Optimus LTE 3.
LG has announced the WCP-300, the world’s smallest wireless charger that’s compatible with the Nexus 4, Optimus G Pro and other LG devices.
LG’s first Jelly Bean-running Android device will be the upcoming Nexus 4 – which will run Android 4.2 out of the box, a software version that will still be part of Jelly Bean according to rumors – but what about other LG Android handsets, especially high-end ones?
LG manages to sell 5 million LTE devices in total and it’s seeing accelerated growth with 1 million being sold in the month of July. That doesn’t help them surpass their arch-rival, Samsung, though, and they need to work a lot harder to do that.
Back when specs of the Samsung Galaxy S3 were still as mythical as unicorns, we reported a couple times how LG was preparing a super phone of its own to compete with the Galaxy S3 – complete... with its own wireless charging solution. Dubbed as the LG D1L, the phone was to come with a 4.7-inch display of 1280 x 720 resolution, a dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor, 4G LTE connectivity, and Andro...