A State of the Art 4G Experience center in Bangalore by LG Electronics in Partnership with Airtel and Qualcomm

LG Electronics, in a joint initiative with Airtel and Qualcomm, has set up an LTE experience zone in Bangalore, for consumers to come and experience the blazing high speed service and innumerable possibilities of 4G LTE.

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The LTE zone, which will be live for three weeks starting from 26th March which will features LG’s very own 4G- enabled G2 LTE smartphone that streams full HD videos/ movies from the cloud using Airtel’s LTE network, and mirrors it live on LG’s Curved OLED TV.

Packed with exemplary design, exceptional features and smart specifications, the 4G LTE LG G2 builds upon the case of an incredibly fast internet service, which amounts to superior video streaming without any buffering time. By delivering the quickest internet possible, LG’s G2 4G LTE smartphone caters to brisk work processes, lowering the time spent on internet activities considerably. The new 4G specification provides ease of access and seamless multitasking between personal and professional needs.

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[…] Starting from 26th March, the LTE zone features LG’s very own 4G- enabled G2 LTE smartphone that streams full HD videos/ movies from the cloud using Airtel’s LTE network, and mirrors it live on LG’s Curved OLED TV. Original post at telecomtalk […]

Kumaran GP
March 28, 2014 6:41 am 6:41 AM

If anyone gets a chance to visit there, please see the model number of that g2 phone.. I could see in xda that band 40 can be activated in international g2 (d802) without any software modifications.. That’s why..

Rama
March 26, 2014 10:01 pm 10:01 PM
@shiva *Yup,that happens quiet a lot of times bro,most manufacturers are not serious about providing devices in India which support LTE because of few reasons. *The LTE band in India which is the 2300 mhz band is not used in most countries and has a very very low uptake.Manufacturers dont find sense in spending more for creating a device with a modem which supports LTE for such a rare band.Although if RJio launches services with proper coverage that may no longer be the case. *Apart from that are people really using LTE in India or is LTE coverage in India… Read more »
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