LG expects to sell 10 million copies smartphone G4

LG expects to sell 10 million copies smartphone G4

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LG expects to sell 10 million copies smartphone G4

Since the start of sales of LG G3 last year, this smartphone also went around the world sold about 6.7 million copies. With regard to not yet issued G4 company more optimistic and expects to sell in 2015, at least 10 million flagship devices. Representatives of this second largest South Korean smartphone maker said immediately after the MWC 2015 in Barcelona, but the “replicated” in the media, these words were just now.

To achieve this goal, LG plans to launch a massive advertising campaign in Europe, the US and South Korea. The success of new products in China in the company, apparently so sure that is not included in the Celestial list of countries which will host dedicated G4 promotions. Nevertheless, LG considers China an important market for himself and is going to compete on it with local brands, in particular, with the Xiaomi.

With regard to the characteristics of LG G4, officially they have not been announced. According to rumors, the device will be based on Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC 810 – the same one on which created HTC One M9 and that were not used in its flagship Samsung Galaxy S6. In addition, the smartphone will get 3 or 4 GB of RAM, a display with a diagonal of 5.2 inches and a resolution of 2560 × 1400 pixels, 20.7-megapixel rear camera with optical image stabilization system, fingerprint scanner and operating system Android 5.1. How LG G4 will look different from its predecessor, can be judged only on the image until the rear panel, which is published on the eve of the resource OnLeaks. The same source reported and expected size of the gadget that will make up 148,9 × 76,5 × 9,9 mm.

LG G4 presentation will take place in April, but the exact date of the event has not yet named. Argued that the novelty did not show at MWC 2015 due to the fact that this show was announced by its main competitor – Samsung Galaxy S6.

Source: Korea Times

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