LG has released a new YouTube video teasing their major announcement at the event. The video features a very brief glimpse of a new smartphone with sleek edge of a device with a thin bezel around the screen. The device shown in the video is being dubbed a
With CES 2013 set to kick off next week in Las Vegas, LG has released a new YouTube video teasing their major announcement at the event. The video features a very brief glimpse of a new smartphone with sleek edge of a device with a thin bezel around the screen. The device shown in the video is being dubbed as the Optimus G2, the rumoured successor to the LG Optimus G.
We've heard rumours in the past about LG working on a 5-inch and 5.5-inch device for 2013. Both the devices are said to run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS and feature quad-core processors, 13MP camera and 3GB of RAM. The rumoured LG Optimus G2 is likely to be the one with a 5.5-inch 1080p HD display and a new Snapdragon S4 “Prime” quad-core processor clocked at 2.0 – 2.5GHz.
LG hasn't yet officially confirmed the Optimus G2, but a recently leaked benchmark hinted that the device would be official very soon.
Apparently, LG is also gearing up for major announcements at the CES 2013, following suit of of Sony, Samsung and Huawei. Last month, the company revealed its plan to unveil new GA6400 and GA7900 Google TV-equipped television sets at the CES. The GA6400 will be available in 42-, 50-, 55-, and 60-inch models whereas the GA7900 will come with more premium low-bezel design in 47- and 55-inch varieties. LG is also going to showcase high-resolution displays ranging from a mere 4.7-inches up to 84-inch behemoths.
In the meanwhile, check out the much-talked about LG teaser video below: