It's not hard to imagine an affordable LG G2 smartphone with smaller form factor. This could be a reality, if the latest rumors are to be believed. Tech titans like Samsung, HTC and Sony (only in Japan) have already launched "mini" version of thier older siblings.
Now the South Korean giant LG is also working on a cheaper version of acclaimed handset, the LG G2. The Blog site Techblog reports suggest that LG might come up with a mini version of LG G2 in the upcoming months.
The purported phone could be called by a different name all together. The said phone will likely to be announced at the CES 2014.
The LG G2 mini might arrive in smaller size, but the internal specifications is likely to remain same. Early rumors suggest the LG G2 Mini will have a 4.7-inch display, however, it is unknown whether the panel boasts of Full HD or 720p HD ready resolution. Will the 4.7-inch display carry a Full HD resolution? Only time will tell.
Aside from its display size, the leaked report also sheds light on the internal specifications of the device. The LG G2 Mini is said to have a quad-core processor powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 SoC coupled with 2GB RAM.
Since the cat is still waiting to jump out of the box, take this rumor with a pinch of salt. If LG is serious about launching the LG G2 Mini in the coming days, than surely the competition will heat up, as there are many players in this mini segment.
Meanwhile, the rumors around the coming of LG G2 Mini could turn out to be true. The reason is crystal clear: LG G2 has sold 2.3 units so far. LG G2 was announced in the US back in August.
The device surely incorporates best hardware and insanely powerful camera.
Despite critics praised the device, LG G2 is not selling well. In India, LG is offering buy back schemes on a purchase of LG G2 (16GB/32GB).
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