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Tuesday, 24 December 2013 14:46

LG’s next big release could be a small quad-core

Written by Nick Farrell



Now everyone has a mini

LG's next mobile phones could be a powerful quad-core handset and will probably be dubbed the LG G2 Mini. Several companies have already released smaller versions of their flagship handsets, including Samsung with its Galaxy S4 Mini and HTC, which launched the HTC One Mini earlier this year. Motorola's Moto G is in a class of its own, thanks to its unbeatable price tag.

The LG G2 Mini could be based around an unnamed 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 540 x 960 display and come running Google's latest Android 4.4 KitKat software. It's possible that the LG G2 Mini could be one of a number of smartphones to be launched at the CES 2014 event at the start of January.

LG could take a little more time and wait for the MWC 2014 during February to unveil its pint-sized device or it could have its own release date. 

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