You can’t deny that HTC and Motorola have been leading the way by a wide margin in terms of Android manufacturing. You also can’t deny that on the processor side, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processors seem to get more love than any of their competitors in terms of Android. Well I suppose you could deny all of that… but then you’d be wrong.
LG and NVIDIA, powerhouses in the manufacturing and processor industries, are finally deciding Android is an ample play and are about to make a solid push into robot territory. We’re almost in September and by the end of the year, LG plans to launch 10 new smartphones. This is supposed to start with the LG Optimus 1 which will launch next month on 120 carriers globally.
That’s a lot of carriers for one device and LG has 9 more to pump out. Add the tablet they claim will be super productive and you can see why they’re hoping to push 5 million units over the remainder of the year.
In addition to the Optimus series, we’re assuming and hoping the LG enV Touch 2 (my enV Droid name is better) will be one of the 10 phones in question.