LG Optimus G Pro in the past. Those arrived a few weeks back and if you remember, they came by way of a wireless carrier NTT DoCoMo. Those details included some specs, however the images at the time were nothing more than a render. As of today though, it appears as if an in-the-wild style image of the Optimus G Pro has surfaced.
LG Mobile dropped a little teaser on their official Facebook page yesterday. That teaser was in image and text form and was throwing around some fancy sounding terms such as a "new series" of mobile phones that would be arriving with an "unexpected distinction." And well, it looks like LG has since released a Mobile World Congress teaser video as follow-up.
LG has been working hard lately on their smartphone lineup. Their impressive flagship smartphone known as the LG Optimus G was met with great expectations here in the US, and has slowly arrived for more regions since. Today we've learned that the folks from LG have one more launch coming up soon. Their flagship phone will hit Australia with 4G LTE come March 13th.
LG Mobile has recently taken to Facebook with a teaser. The details are at a minimum, however LG has said that a "new series will be unveiled." Given the timing, one could take this to mean the new series is going to be unveiled during Mobile World Congress. Of course, depending on the level of splash that LG wants to make -- they could always choose to do this at a private event.
Optimus L series handset has leaked. The newly discovered device is the LG Optimus L7 II Dual and as the dual in the name would imply, this one has two SIM card slots. Or more specifically, the handset will have two SIM card slots with support for simultaneous use. Otherwise, the Optimus L7 II Dual will have a 4.3-inch IPS display and above average sized battery.
MetroPCS has officially announced their latest smartphone, the LG Spirit. The handset will be available for purchase beginning today and is being touted as having "top-of-line features" and a "sleek and stylish frame." That being said, while we wouldn't argue over most of the specs, there is one issue that we cannot overlook at this point in time.
why we love the Nexus 4 so much. If you remember, one of those reasons was pricing, which we think will often play an important role. Stepping outside of the world of Android for a moment and today was a rather big day for BlackBerry. The company announced a pair of smartphones, one of which is the Z10, a full-touchscreen device that will arrive running BlackBerry 10.
T-Mobile earlier in the month and that was followed with Best Buy last evening and Google Play earlier today. There is still some question as to whether the inventory issues are because LG is not making enough or because Google is selling them in mass quantities. That said, given the reaction and excitement about the handset being available -- it is clear that the Nexus 4 is a device that people want.
Optimus G Pro, however we can put all of those aside as LG has come forward with an official announcement. The catch being, LG has only announced the Optimus G Pro for one market. Of course, given the specs, we suspect that more than a few will hope to see this handset come available elsewhere.