Will the new arrivals be enough to claw back some ground on LG's Korean rival Samsung? Probably not, to be honest, but there's some interesting stuff there anyway.
There are three new smartphones worth knowing about: the LG Prada K2, the LG E2 and the LG P930.
The Prada K2 will have a dual-core processor, a 4.3-inch Nova LCD, Android 2.3 Gingerbread, an 8-megapixel camera and 16GB of on-board storage. It sounds fairly special right now, but it'll only be landing around the end of the year, by which time LG's rivals may already have set the smartphone bar even higher than it is right now.
The second phone is the LG E2, which his expected to sit right at the opposite end of the spectrum, and all we know is that the processor will come in under 1GHz, and will be partnered by a 3 megapixel camera and a QVGA display. It's expected to come in even cheaper than the Optimus One.
The third handset is the LG P930, or the LG K, which looks like it'll be pushing the boundaries of what we know of as a smartphone. It'll have a huge 4.5 inch screen featuring an incredible 720p resolution, with a pixel density outstripping even the iPhone.
We don't know too much else, but with such a top-notch display we'd imagine the rest of the spec might be something special too.
PocketNow has a full set of product renders of all the new phones, and all the details on not only these three but a couple of other LG phones being lined up. It also says it has original images, but isn't at liberty in a position to publish them.