LG aims for 12 million. Sold G4-Smartphones

LG aims to beat its own records with sales of LG G4, which is expected to round 12 million copies worldwide.

LG is ambitious with its latest range-topping, G4, as the South Koreans launched by six simultaneous events on Tuesday.

The sydkorenske giant seeks to surpass the sales of its predecessor, according to G3, by selling 12 million copies on the world space through 180 different telecommunication companies. The newspaper, Yonhap News Agency.

In august last year could celebrate that LG had reached the milestone of 10 million sold G3-smartphones, and this year we altså ingot even higher.

By comparison, Samsung expects to sell no less than 70 million copies of Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, which will also be a record for the Galaxy S series.

LG G4 differs from the amount of smartphones by being covered with a backside of genuine leather, which, according to LG themselves, takes 12 weeks to manufacture. G4 also features hardware in top with among other things a Snapdragon processor, 3 GB of RAM-808, a high-resolution QHD screen at 1440 x 2560 pixels and a 16 MP camera so far shaping up to do a great deal of sense.

Both price and launch date in Denmark has not yet officially confirmed by LG, which only tells to The Vergethat American telecommunications companies will sell LG G4 at the end of may or beginning of June.