LG to Launch L, F, V and G Smartphone Series at MWC 2013

    The Mobile World Congress, the grandest technology event of them all, is shaping up to be even more action packed this year. The tech world has witnessed plenty of surprises, with companies announcing more inclusions, out of the blue. It looks like MWC 2013 is going to be nothing short of a thriller.

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    LG to Launch L, F, V and G Smartphone Series at MWC 2013


    There is news, that LG might have more instore for the Mobile World Congress 2013. The South Korean giant might be unveiling several new series of smartphones at the event. Recently, the company released a video teaser of what seems like LG's new L, G, V and F series smartphones. According to the teaser L stands for style, F stands for freedom, V stands for view and G stands for greatness.

    LG already announced, they would be showcasing their L-series smartphones at the MWC expo. Gizbot also reported on how LG is expected to demo the Optimus G Pro, in the MWC 2013, which probably belongs to the G series.

    Furthermore, LG did give a few hints that they would be introducing their F series smartphone in the grand event, before. However the V series is completely new.

    There are speculations that the company is referring to Vu smartphones, when they say V-series. Anyways, speculation are speculations and there are no further details about just what LG might bring. Gizbot will let you know more details about the smartphones, as soon as we find out more about them.

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