LG G2 Mini version is on its way?

LG G2 Mini version is on its way?

Recently, we saw the HTC One Mini and also the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini, and it seems we will see the mini version of the LG G2 as well. LG G2 is an excellent device and a strong competitor of current Android flagships, and a ‘mini’ version of it will attract users who are looking for a small version of the G2.

According to a Greek blog known as Techblog – the smartphone is in production right now. And it is said the only difference will be the screen size, as it will come with a 4.7 inch, everything else would be just like the LG G2, but I will say, lets wait for some official words from LG. Also the source suggests that we might see it at CES 2014 next month, or its also possible that we will see it in February at the famous MWC show in Barcelona.

Are you looking forward to the mini version of the LG G2? Tell us about it in the comment box below.

Source: Techblog

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