LG posts teaser video for upcoming G2 smartphone

LG posts teaser video for upcoming G2 smartphone

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LG is being anything but secretive about its upcoming Android smartphone, the G2. Set to arrive on August 7, the handset will feature a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor and a host of other top-tier hardware.

In typical LG fashion, the handset maker is teasing the next-generation of devices ahead of the formal debut. Take today, for instance, which sees the next YouTube video centered around the G2 and how it’s “learning from you”.

The video below is light on details however it gives us the feeling that the phone will feature some software touches and enhancements that make things easier to use than a stock Android experience.

You’ll note that the phone shown at the very end of the video seems to confirm that weird form factor which places the volume buttons above and below the camera on the rear.

While you wait for the G2 to show up, you might wanna check out G2.lgmobile.com or lggnextseries.com for more fun and a chance to see your own video used in LG’s ad campaigns.

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