LG hasn’t exactly had a major impact on the smartphone scene over the past few years, but things are on the up – thanks in no small part to the success of the LG-built Google Nexus 4.
Looking to capitalise on that success, we’re told that the South Korean manufacturer has smoothed out plans for the global rollout of the LG G2, with 100 carriers expected to have the phone within three months. Good.
That certainly makes a change from LG’s recent performances with the Optimus G and Optimus G Pro flagships. The pair were slow to creep across the globe, and neither really made it to the UK.
But according to Korean-language site MK News, the manufacturer is going all out with the LG G2.
With the flagship handset launching in August, South Koreans should supposedly expect to see the LG G2 that same month, followed by the US and select European markets in September. The 100-carrier plan is set to complete by October.
The LG G2 launch goes down on August 7 (one week from tomorrow), with rumoured specs including a 5.2in 1080p display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor with 2GB of RAM, and a 13MP rear camera.
via: Unwired View