LG annual sales to hit 60 million smartphones worldwide
When it comes to Android, people often end up thinking about smartphones from Samsung, but there’s another big Asian manufacturer that we are missing. 2014 was probably the best year for LG so far, as it is reported by Kiwoom Securities and Korea Investment that LG is expected to sell roughly 60 million smartphones in sales this year, while Daewoo Securities expects the smartphone giant to sell over 62 million smartphones.
The credit definitely goes to the LG G series, out of which G3 is personally my favorite smartphone by LG so far. If we look at previous records, LG sold 20 and 26 million units in 2011 and 2012, and last year, it shipped 47.6 million devices. As their sales are increasing by every year, I think it will be really easy for them to hit the mark, or they might even exceed it, you never know.
If LG wants to keep improving, they should keep making amazing smartphones like the G3. Were you impressed by it? Let us know in the comment box below.
Source: Korea Times
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