Immediately following Microsoft’s announcement of their Surface tablets, LG has taken a bold step in announcing that it would focus less on tablets and shift toward smartphones. While it’s a surprise to see them come out and say it, it’s not a surprise that their mobile division isn’t where they want it to be. LG have had trouble breaking into a competitive smartphone space, and with the tablet wars being even more fierce it’s hard to believe they would have had success any time soon. [Bloomberg via The Verge]
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