LG has churned out some really impressive smartphones recently including the Nexus 5 and the recently released G3. They have managed to sell a record 14.5 million smartphones during the second quarter of 2014. This is a 20 percent increase when compared to Q2 2013 and a growth of 17 percent when compared to Q1 2014. With $3.5 billion worth of sales, LG saw an operating profit of $83.4 million, after consecutive losses for three straight quarters. LG has stated that a third of its smartphones sold were 4G LTE compliant. This goes on to show the importance of 4G LTE in smartphones.
LG sells 14.5 million smartphones in Q2, mobile division returns to profit
Have a breaking news, inside story, scoop?
Write to us, your anonymity is our priority at news [at] telecomtalk.info
Want to be featured on TelecomTalk?
Send us your articles, stories, suggestions, feedback at news [at] telecomtalk.info
Pan India Spectrum Details
Telecommunication Frequency Bands
DTH Satellites in India
Yes people who has broadband connections, can use firetv stick, Mi stick etc and stop cable tv/DTH permanently. OTT platforms…
Thanks to JioPhone BOGO offer. Hehe
I have firestick but not using it from long. OTT with subscription cost of ~1000 + 2400 per year for…
At least 100 yrs
@Nikhil Perhaps the most disappointing thing about the Snapdragon 680 is that the CPU and GPU seem to be almost…
- Vodafone Idea Just Refarmed 3G Spectrum to 4G In Multiple Cities 154
- Vodafone Idea, BSNL Disappoint Again in August 2021 54
- Jio, Airtel, and Vi Couldn’t Deliver True 4G, It’s Not Their Fault Though 47
- BSNL, Vodafone Idea Customers Are Porting Out Fast 34
- Mobile Recharges Via PhonePe Will be More Expensive Now 26