LG sells 10 million L-series smartphones


Korean manufacturer LG has announced that it has sold over ten million L-series (previously known as L-Style series) smartphones since L-series debut at the Mobile World Congress earlier this year. The company had originally announced three L-series smartphones Optimus L3, Optimus L5 and Optimus L7, thereafter L3 and L5 got dual-SIM versions. These dual-SIM versions are now available in select countries across the globe including India.

The latest smartphone to join LG L-series is Optimus L9, which was announced recently and is

According to a press release issued by the company today, the global sales of all L-Series devices have passed 10 million units. This might not be huge milestone, but is certainly a big feat for the company, which has struggled a lot in the recent years thanks to the smartphone domination by Samsung and Apple.

LG also added that currently all of the L-series smartphones are available in fifty markets across the globe.


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1 thought on “LG sells 10 million L-series smartphones

    ajit

    (December 10, 2012 - 10:43 am)

    still needs some upgrades in software and hardwares both

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