LG's rumored 'Super Premium' smartphone will not actually be very premium!

    Earlier this year, head of Mobile Communications, LG Eectronics, Cho Jun-ho teased that the company is working on an ultra premium smartphone for the second half of the year. Seems like LG has some other plans around the device, which might not actually be a super premium smartphone.

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    LG's head denies rumors around 'Super Premium' phone

    Cho Jun-ho has now denied having described the upcoming phone as super premium. In the LG's Q3 executive assembly, Jun-Ho mentioned the mysterious smartphone and said that he never mentioned that the company is working on one such smartphone, but he did mention that the phone will be an upper range device and is planned for the final quarter of 2015.

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    Like earlier, this time as well the head of Mobile Communications did not speak about the specifications of the device, however, you may expect the new smartphone to brings features and specs that help it compete against its rivals like Samsung's Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Galaxy Note 5, Sony's Xperia Z3+ and upcoming Apple iPhone 6S Plus.

    Rumors have it that the LG's upcoming device will feature a large display and might as well support stylus, to take on its competitors' phablet offerings. It might happen that this device turns out to be the next Nexus smartphone, though nothing can be confirmed as for now. We wonder if the company will make some announcements about this phone at the upcoming IFA event in Berlin.

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    We expect leaks and report around this mysterious device to shed some light on its specs and features, while things will be confirmed once the actual launch of the phone happens!

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