Truck Containing 22,500 LG G2 Smartphones Jacked in Indiana

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If you find someone trying to sell you a cheap LG G2 sometime soon, you may want to think twice before purchasing the shiny new smartphone. A truck containing 22,500 brand spanking new Sprint LG G2 units was stolen in Indiana yesterday, on its way to Louisville, KY. Sprint was set to launch the device early next month, but may be having a tough time with the release now.

At 6:30 PM yesterday evening, the truck was stolen from a truck stop when the driver left to go on a bathroom break. After relieving himself, the unwitting driver found his truck MIA.

Although the FBI and other authorities have been contacted, the truck has still not been found.

LG placed the volume and power buttons on the back of the G2, which may cause the thieves some confusion when trying to power on the devices.

[Via: CNET]

  • Truffol

    Definitely an inside job! Gadgets are like the new commodities after gold or oil. In the next Fast and furious movie the crew needs to jack iPhones instead of oil to keep up with the times!

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