LG teases its new tagline "LTE, it's always LG" with the trademark girls-plus-phones combination

LG teases its new tagline "LTE, it's always LG" with the trademark girls-plus-phones combination
LG will be bringing six Android handsets to MWC this year for us to do hands-on torture upon, but it also has a new design paradigm - the L-Style, and now we learn from the press release it sent us that it will also have a new tagline for said phones. "LTE, it's always LG" hints at the fact that the new phones will be equipped with the fast 4G connectivity radios.

LG holds the world's largest collection of basic LTE-related patents, so it was a matter of time until it started equipping all of its devices with the radio. We are waiting on the company to demo the Optimus L3, L5 and L7, which it already showed, but official specs and connectivity options are still to be unveiled. About the LG Optimus Vu 5-incher we already know that it will sport LTE connectivity as well.

LG will be taking premium smartphones to a whole new level in 2012 with a combination of powerful performance, unparalleled display quality and sophisticated design. Our 2012 smartphones and the technologies they offer will establish a number of benchmarks for others to match”, said Dr. Jong-seok Park

No matter what wonders the CEO of LG Electronics will reveal to us, you can bet that there will be a number of booth babes to present them in all their glory, and you can see the whole handset stable presented by models below.



3. ronjr123

Posts: 88; Member since: Feb 16, 2012

Some of those look awfully big in those girls hands....

2. nyamo

Posts: 274; Member since: Mar 19, 2011

whats with that white one, looks like a sgs2

1. phildroid

Posts: 18; Member since: Dec 18, 2011

WOW! LG is soooooo HOT! sexy phones!

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