The mobile industry pretty much trumps most other industries right now with the constant leap frogging in technology we receive - and LG's latest phone is no different, the Nexus 4. It takes a lot from the Optimus G - which looks to have its successor hiding in the darkness.
AndroidGuys are reporting from a Korean website, MK, which states that LG are working on the successor to the Optimus G. The phone could see the light of day as early as May 2013 - which isn't far away.
The Optimus G2's rumored specs are pretty beefy, we're looking at a 2GHz processor (presumably quad-core), a display that crams in a pixel density of 440ppi, and Android 5.0 "Key Lime Pie". I really thought we'd see a new Nexus that comes out with Android 5.0 - and considering LG are the ones who released the first smartphone to sport Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, who knows what'll come next.
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