LG Already Working on Replacement for Just Announced LG2 Mini Smartphone
Published on: 22nd Apr 2014
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By: Ian Mansfield
South Korea's LG has only just announced the forthcoming G2 Mini smartphone and is rumoured to be working on a G3 model but may also already be working on a replacement for the G2 Mini.
The G2 Mini hasn't even gone on sale, and yet the replacement model is reportedly under development.
The main-sized G3 is expected to be announced in June, and released in July, which based on LG's usual timetable could indicated a September announcement for the G3 Mini.
That gives the G2 Mini a retail shelf life of probably no more than six months. The cycle of handset replacements is getting ever faster.
Citing a user profile found on LG's own website, the LG G3 Mini looks likely to come with a 720p display, an 8-megapixel camera and run the latest version of the Android OS. The company also appears to have already secured a distribution agreement with AT&T in the USA.
On the web: My LG Cell Phones