The year 2013 proved to be watershed year for the South Korean tech giant LG Electronics. The company's premium flagship phone for last year, the G2 proved to be a runaway success.
Later, the firm launched a curve phone, the G Flex, which was again appreciated amongst its selected consumers. After a successful 2013, LG eyes yet another successful year, in fact, better than the past year.
Banking on the success of the Nexus 5 and the G2, LG will release the Samsung Galaxy S5 rival on May 27. The LG G3, as we know, will be officially unveiled in San Francisco, New York, and London on May 27. Seoul, Singapore and Istanbul launch will follow the next day.
Until now the tech world has just talked about its speculated specs and unique software features but now GizBot has got to know that consumers in India won't have to wait long to get the hands on this device.
A source close to GizBot who wishes to remain anonymous exclusively told that LG G3 could be announced in India soon, much before August 2014. The source also hinted that LG G3 might land in India sometime in early July 2014.
Further, the anonymous source also revealed that the LG G3 will also come with 4G LTE support, which seems to be possibility, as the company recently revealed an LTE-enabled variant of the G2 in India. The source also confirmed that LG plans to position "G3 as one of the best phones in the business"
What about LG G2 Mini?
As part of the plan, LG is also planning to launch the G2 Mini in India by the end of Q2 2014. The miniature version of the phone recently went on sale in select global markets worldwide. The device is a smaller version of the G2 handset, and costs a lot less than the original LG G2. It features a 4.7-inch qHD display, a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of RAM, an 8MP rear-facing camera, a 1.3MP front-facing shooter, and a modest 2440mAh battery fitted inside.
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