News by Luke Jones on Monday March 09, 2015.
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Last year LG launched the G3 and had arguably the best smartphone on the market. Indeed, the handset still stands up now, even when it is up against much newer devices. LG even managed to get one over Korean rival Samsung, but the Galaxy S6 launched last week may have stolen the initiative back from LG. Not to worry, the company says that the upcoming G4 flagship will once again put LG just back when it is launched in either April or May this year.The company has already promised that the handset will be completely different from the G3. That's surprising considering the G3 had very few things wrong with it, but LG obviously feels it can push on and get even better. The Korea Times is now saying that the company is really backing its G4 to once again take on Samsung and a slew of other companies. LG is planning a huge promotional campaign for the device in Europe, Korea, and the Unit States and the company plans to shift 10 million units around the world this year (for reference, the G3 sold 6 to 7 million in 2014. The reports suggests, "Specifications of the G4 and changes we've made had been briefed to top outlet channels and European carriers during the Mobile World Congress (MWC) fair."
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