MWC 2014: LG announce G2 mini
Smaller but still powerful
LG has announced a shrunken-down version of its G2 smartphone at MWC 2014.
Billed as LG's first "compact" smartphone, the G2 mini would seem to provide more or less the same experience as the original LG G2.
It will have the same UX features, such as Knock Code and Guest Mode, but its IPS display measures only 4.7-inches, where the bigger brother has a 5.3-inch screen.
The G2 mini packs in a 2,440mAh battery and a Quad-Core processor so it should still zip along nicely and, of course, it is more pocket friendly.
“It has become increasingly important for LG to not only deliver the best mobile experiences possible to our customers, but also to ensure that those experiences are consistent across all our devices,” said Dr. Jong-seok Park, president and CEO of the LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company. “As far as smartphones have come in recent years, we should not lose sight of the fact that less than a quarter of the world’s consumers are smartphone users. That’s why our product lineup in 2014 will include devices with a unique user experience that appeal to a wider spectrum of consumers.”
We’ve no word in a release date yet but we would assume it is fairly imminent.
Just think, you too could end up as smug-looking as they guy in the promo Ad below…
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