The LG G2
is certainly one of the most eagerly awaited smartphones coming in the latter months of the year. And for those who live in Canada, the good news is that the drool producing handset will be available via multiple carriers
in the country. Canadian mobile operators that will offer LG's next-generation Android flagship include Bell, Rogers, WIND Mobile, SaskTel, TELUS, and Videotron. Additionally, retailers like Future Shop, Best Buy, Target Mobile, Tbooth wireless and The Source, will also have the LG G2 available in Canada.
Pricing and availability are not yet known. This LG G2 is the Korean manufacturer's first device under it's new "G" premium branding. It also is the sequel to the LG Optimus G
and besides having mouth-watering specs, the phone offers a unique design with the volume and power buttons on the back. LG expects to sell 10 million units of this phone
and we think that this might be an understatement. It certainly will have competition from the Samsung Galaxy S4
, HTC One
, Apple iPhone 5S
and the Sony Xperia Z
. And that doesn't include the phablets that might compete with the LG G2 and its 5.2 inch screen.
"In developing the LG G2, we listened to and learned from what consumers were telling us they wanted in a premium smartphone. LG G2 features a unique design with an ultra thin display bezel and innovative rear key, intuitive user experience and time saving innovations. Through our strong carrier and retail partnerships, our most exciting and ambitious mobile phone, the LG G2 will be available to Canadians nationally this fall."-Geoffrey McMurdo, Vice President Mobile Communications, LG Canada
source: LGCanada via AndroidCentral