Following a very successful 2013, South Korean giant LG seems to be unstoppable. Back in 2013 hardly anyone imagined what an astonishing success was to follow in the form of G2 smartphone. If the G2 flagship was a runaway success, then the latest G3 could turn out to be a fairly worthy device.
Given the rising popularity of LG-made Android handsets, it is being reported that the company may soon launch its first Windows Phone 8.1 handset of 2014. Thanks to its growing popularity in emerging markets, Microsoft's Windows Phone has emerged as the third most popular mobile OS, after Android and iOS.
With rumors surfacing that Sony may release Windows Phone shortly; LG could be prepping to announce a budget Windows Phone. According to Alan Mendelevich, the founder of cross-promotion network AdDuplex, a new LG-made Windows Phone smartphone simply known as the D635 is showing up in the network's database.
Apparently, the new handset was spotted in their network's database with model number D635 attached to it. The device is said to come with a 5-inch display with a resolution of 1280 x 720-pixels. Unfortunately, there is hardly any info available about the device, barring the model number.
Earlier this year, Twitter sensation @evleaks had claimed to have got a key lead in respect of LG's upcoming Windows Phone. Dubbed as LG Uni8, the supposed handset may be the company's first Windows Phone 8.1 device. Moreover, it was also reported the new handset might be a budget handset; though no new claims have been followed since then.
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