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 Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Where’s the LG D1L now? Scouring the web to look for more information on the LG D1L will only lead you nowhere, because The…