LG has clearly set its eyes to conquer on the year 2014. For the past few months, LG had been doing every possible effort to catch up to the standards set by its arch rival- Samsung. Now, the year has just begun on a right note with two new color variants of the LG G2. Yes, you heard it right.
Last week, we told you that LG might come up with gold-colored G2 in the coming days to come. Now, the company has officially taken wraps off the gold-colored LG G2, alongside, yet another color variant at the same time - a red one.
LG has become the fourth tech vendor in the industry to introduce sizzling gold-colored high-end handset. The buzz maker of last year was Apple, when the company launched iPhone 5S in gold color. Even HTC and Samsung announced their respective big-ticket handsets in gold paint job.
The new color variants of LG G2 are slightly different from the original handset first announced last year. The new variants come with textured rear-back panels, instead of smooth finish found on the original G2. Otherwise, the new variants look similar in style and design. LG G2's new variants will be made available in South Korea and Singapore only. The company hasn't wished to announce new variants in other markets. Well, the LG G2's variants will be priced similar that to the existing models. Also, the new red and gold color models will go on sale in Singapore starting January 18.
The LG G2 was the most buzzed smartphone of 2013. Although the phone failed to sell in large numbers; however, the brand LG got noticed for the first time. Talking about internal hardware, the LG G2 comes with a 5.2-inch large Full HD display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 (quad-core) processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB/32GB of internal memory, a 13MP rear-facing camera, and a 3,000 non-removable battery fitted inside.
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