LG wants to try everything to make Samsung go out of limelight. It is now all set to bring a sequel to successful Optimus G on August 7 in New York City.
Optimus G2 is claimed to be LG's next generation flagship phone. The Seoul-based tech titan made an announcement earlier this year regarding the launch of Optimus G Pro in the market.
After a long wait, Google has finally announced the availability of the high-end LG Nexus smartphone in India.
The handset, priced at Rs 25,999, is now at sale at the LG exclusive stores as well as leading retail stores and multi-brand outlets in Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, Ghaziabad, Mumbai, Thane, Pune, Bangalore, Chennai, Ahmedabad, and Kolkata.
LG bought the new OS named webOS from HP for an undisclosed sum with an intention of using it in the LG televisions which can be used in cars and other devices lacking the platform. LG will get hold of the source code and associated documentation of webOS along with the engineers who have been already working on this OS, the related websites and the license to use the property of HP.
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