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LG Hints at Unveiling Optimus G2 at New York Event Next Month

By Anupika Khare on July 8, 2013 7:36 AM EDT 0

LG Hints to Unveil Optimus G2 During New York Event in August (Photo: Reuters)

LG gave hints of unveiling Optimus G2 during the upcoming LG event in New York next month, on 7 August.

Last month, LG had announced that it would be launching a successor of LG Optimus G with a Snapdragon 800 processor that was launched last year, as cited in Android Central.

Though it was official that Optimus G’s successor was on its way, no one knew when it will be unveiled. Now that the South Korean multinational company has sent across the invitations pointing at the release of Optimus G2, the customers can finally add another smartphone into consideration.

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The invitation gives hints that Optimus G2 is expected to be unveiled as the invitation says “Great 2 Have You!" and the company also released a video with a message: “To me, you are perfect, From G.”

LG Optimus G2 is expected to carry a 5.2-inch display with 1080p, which is definitely better than Optimus G that carried 4.7-inch screen, with 1280X768 pixels resolution.

The smartphone is predicted to have a powerful quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor. Rumour has it that Optimus G2 will carry a 3GB RAM, as reported by Gotta Be Mobile.

As noted from the leaked images of LG Optimus G2, the smartphone will have a 13 megapixels rear-facing camera. It is also said that the device will not have any physical buttons on the front but the buttons will be featured at the back of the handset. The device is said to sport an Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean operating system as reported by CNet.

The other flagship device Optimus G Pro had reached 1 million unit sales in Korea as reported by CNet. Optimus G Pro is the larger version of Optimus G. Hence, if the old models have done well in the market, then the upcoming smartphone is definitely going to shake up the tech world.

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