LG Optimus G2 specs build hype, still rumors

By Peter Chubb - Feb 27, 2013

CES 2013 was seen as a pretty good success when you consider the huge number of products that were on show, and while a selection of new smartphones were on show, we were a little surprised that the LG Optimus G2 did not make an appearance. All the signs were there that LG’s upcoming handset would make a visit to the event, but that was just another of those ever-increasing rumors.

However, more news has come to light this time in regards to the LG Optimus G2 specs, which is certain to build the hype up once again, although we need to keep reminding ourselves that these are still rumors, so nothing conclusive then. With MWC looming we would expect LG to bring this rumored handset along because it would be the best platform to show it off to the world.

Let’s hope those rumored specs that we have already listed do pan out because they seem to be pretty impressive. However, it is said that the source for these specs are not that reliable so we will just have to wait and see, although we said the same thing a few days before CES.

Would you trust LG considering the stock issues they have had with the Nuxus 4? Because the LG Optimus G2 sounds as though it will be pretty impressive (if we are to believe the rumored specs) it should sell very well when released in the fall, again a rumor. However, we’re certain that LG’s current stock issues with the Nexus 4, which is down to poor allocation of stock, could force potential customers to a rival handset instead?

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  • Darknut

    Imo LG is going to take the mobile world by storm in 2013. They won’t Ave the highest s, but they will improve over their own previous numbers, with a number of High Quality handsets (which I will say will be either the best of very close to the bests available. Their software front will continue to improve, and their high quality builds are unquestionably stylish and durable.. I think in the future we will look to LG to deliver the best smartphones in the market. And it started with the Optimus G and the Nexus 4.