LG sells 10 million Optimus L-Series phones

LG sells 10 million Optimus L-Series phones
Korean handset manufacturer LG has a lot to celebrate. The LG built Google Nexus 4 is hard to find and the LG Optimus G is a top-shelf model that can be mentioned in the same conversation as the Samsung Galaxy S III, the HTC DROID DNA and the HTC One X. But on Sunday, LG has announced that it has sold 10 million units of its LG Optimus L-Series which includes the LG Optimus L3 to the LG Optimus L9. LG has obviously read Samsung's notices celebrating sales of 30 million units of the Samsung Galaxy S III because even LG calls its accomplishment "modest". Besides, the 10 million in sales that LG is highlighting covers 4 different models.

From the 3.2 inch screen of the LG Optimus L3 to the 4.7 inch screen on the LG Optimus L9, the series covers a wide range of sizes but all of the models are based on five aesthetic elements. As listed by LG, the five include: "Modern Square Style for a comfortable grip, Floating Mass Technology for a slimmer look, Seamless Layout for a more intuitive arrangement of keys, Harmonized Design Contrast utilizing metallic accents and Sensuous Slim Shape that draws one's gaze to the unique form factor." All of the phones in the series are available in more than 50 markets.

All of the LG L-Series phones include LG's proprietary UX features like Quick Memo, which allows you to write a memo using your fingertip, and send it to your friends or family. Also included in the Series is QTranslator which instantly translaters words and sentences into any of 64 foreign languages.

source: LG via Engadget

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