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Thursday, 03 April 2014 21:28

LG to ship 15 million smartphones in Q2

Written by Slobodan Simic

Life's good according to analysts

According to a report from Mirae Asset Securities Co, LG will sell 15 million smartphones in the second quarter of 2014, or 5 million a month between April and June. This would be a great achievement for LG which sold 12.1 million smartphones in the second quarter last year.

The main reason for high sales analysts see in affordable smartphones, especially the L and F series as well as the LG G2 mini. The LG G2 or other flagship products were surprisingly not mentioned and it was the same LG G2 which was sold in 3 million units last year so high-end from LG might boost sale numbers as well. 

Of course, in the flagship market, LG has a lot of competition now that Samsung, HTC and Sony are ready with their own high-end smartphones.

More here.

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