LG: Sold Out 3 Million LTE Smartphones Unit, Plans To Double Its International Focus

Posted on May 28 2012 - 4:45am by Editorial Staff

LG said in a company announcement (translated by the Korea Herald) that company has achieved a new milestone: sold out around 3 million LTE smartphone sales – Yes, this did, as per the figures they bring out. The company further plans to roll out more smartphones that would be running on the 4G LTE in almost 20 different countries, including in the Middle East.

“We’re planning to take the leading position in LTE handsets by showing off innovative products that also focus on improving the user’s experience like the Optimus LTE 2 unveiled in Korea,” said LG’s mobile chief Park Jong-seok.

Japan’s Nikkei market research firm family ‘Nikkei BP Consulting’, according to data released last month, “Optimus LTE ‘LTE smartphones sold in Japan was ranked among the satisfaction. Europe’s largest market, Germany’s leading IT specialist media, Smartphones Connect (Connect) the “‘True HD IPS display” mounted “Optimus LTE’ superior brightness compared to existing products,” said the highest score out of 5 was granted.

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