LG Could Be Working On New Smartphones Named G Chocolate, G Black and G Plus [Report]

By Vivek

LG has already launched a number of smartphones this year and the company has also apparently started working on several new devices. This might be a sharp pinch for the company's fellow native rival Samsung, as even the latter has been working on a new device under the name of Project Zero.

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The news related to the new LG smartphones comes courtesy of PhoneArena who unearthed few names on patent application site. The names are pretty fancy and include LG G Chocolate, LG G Black, LG G Black Slim, LG G Black Sound, and LG G Plus. All trademarks cover a wide range of products, starting with mobile phones, and including tablets and wearables.


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LG Could Be Working On G Chocolate, G Black and G Plus Smartphones

According to the same publication site, years ago, LG had a Black Label Series of phones, which included handsets like the LG Chocolate, LG Shine, LG Secret, and LG New Chocolate BL40 (pictured on the left). Thus, if the report is to be followed, than you can expect at least the G Chocolate and G Black to be the actual names of the smartphones. Others could be the codename.

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However, it should be noted that there are no details on the specification of these phones. And the only thing that has surfaced online are the aforementioned names.

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