Looks like LG is preparing quite a show for the upcoming CES. The rumors we’ve got suggest the Korean company will unveil few awesome devices in Las Vegas, including the new 4.7-inch smartphone, 5.5-inch phablet and a 7-inch tablet.
The first device on the list (smartphone) will apparently feature a super-thin (1mm) bezel around the screen, making it more compact that comparable models from other handset makers.
The 5.5-inch full HD phablet could be the Optimus G2 we’ve been talking about in the past. It’s apparently going to be LG’s flagship device for 2013, competing with Samsung’s Galaxy Note II.
Finally, we may see a 7-inch tablet from LG. What will make this device unique is its screen with 1920×1200 pixels resolution. That’s 324ppi pixel density that will effectively make it the most reader-friendly 7-inch tablet out there.
In addition, the Korean company will also be showing new computers and TVs, but that’s something we don’t care a lot at IntoMobile. You can get that information from other sources…