LG bows new ‘Optimus’ logo ahead of MWC
LG has a brand spankin’ new logo for their growing line of Android-powered Optimus handsets. So anxious to roll it out are they that the company has put together a dedicated press release. With Mobile World Congress but a few days away we can expect to see some new branding for the rumored LG super phones of 2012. Those that come with the “Optimus” brand attached to them will have the accompanied logo.
Boy, this sure does embody modern and seamless simplicity.
NEW LOGO FOR LG SMARTPHONES DEBUTS AT MWC 2012
LG to Transform Its Optimus Brand Logo with New Design-oriented Handsets
SEOUL, Feb. 17, 2012 – LG Electronics (LG) renews the logo design of its signature mobile phone brand, the Optimus, reflecting the company’s reinforced design leadership. The incumbent Optimus brand was initially introduced two years ago in line with the launch of the LG Optimus Q, LG’s first smartphone.
The new Optimus logo is designed to accentuate the metallic edges and slim shape of the 2012 smartphone line-up unveiled at this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC). It embodies modern and seamless simplicity, which is the core for LG’s design philosophy for mobile devices.
With the new logo and desired specifications, LG will offer superior smartphones that bring design prestige to users seeking aesthetic beauty on technological devices. Also, the company’s commitment to raise the ante by offering best quality products to consumers will be further reinforced.
Further details regarding and a live demo of the new smartphones with the new logo will be offered at LG Stand (Hall 8) at MWC 2012 from February 27 to March 1.
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