LG has big goals for its next flagship smartphone, G2. Not only do they plan to move at least 10 million units by the end of the year, but also to make the device available all around the world.
According to the Korean site MK News, the third-largest handset maker will make the G2 available on 100 carriers worldwide in 2 to 3 months after August 7th announcement. South Koreans will be first to get the new phone, followed by the U.S. and select European markets in September, with the global roll-out complete by the end of October.
If everything turns as planned, we’ll be looking at a very different LG; one that’s firmly holding its position in the global market, helping it differentiate itself from the Chinese vendors like Huawei, ZTE and Lenovo.
Previously we’ve seen LG struggling to bring its high-end phones to many parts of the world. As I’m writing this, the Optimus G Pro is still only available in South Korean and United States. And that’s about to change…
[Via: Unwired View]