LG has moved more than 10 million LTE-enabled smartphones

LG has moved more than 10 million LTE-enabled smartphones

LG issued a press release (in Korean) announcing that it has crossed the “10 million LTE-enabled smartphones shipped” mark, which is double the figure from August 2012. Unfortunately, we don’t have the numbers breakdown by country and are imagining a vast number of these units came from LG’s own backyard.

The company’s last-year flagship device Optimus LTE never really kicked off in Europe (due to slow rollout of 4G networks), so we’re guessing that a number of units also went to customers in the U.S. and Canada (in addition to South Korea).

Commenting on the milestone, LG’s Dr. Jong-seok Park said that LG is now established itself as a “major industry player,” and that it will continue to expand its footprint in the global LTE market with a “wider range of differentiated, high quality LTE smartphones.” The hot-new LG Optimus G Pro could yet again help the company double these figures…

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