Samsung’s got the Galaxy, HTC’s got the One, and now LG officially has the G. It started with the LG Optimus G (one of my personal favorite Android devices) and today, the South Korean manufacturer is confirming, not only will the name of their upcoming flagship — the LG G2 — but they’ve also announced that from here on out, all future premium handsets to come out of their factories will carry the G branding as well.
LG’s president and CEO Dr. Jong-Seok Park said via press release, ““Our vision is to make LG’s newest G devices synonymous with excellence, raising the bar even further for the ultimate in user experience.”
LG also went onto announce their massive 4:3 Android devices will also stick with their Vu branding, making things a little easier on consumers (outside of the US, where the only Vu to launch stateside was the Verizon LG Intuition). Go tell your friends, the LG G2 successor will officially be known as the LG G3. Oh, and an LG Vu 3 is incoming.
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