LG is one of the few big players of the smartphone market that still didn’t announce its flagship smartphone for 2013. Even though the South Korean company didn’t reveal the name of its next-gen flagship smartphone, the rumor mill speculates that it will be called the LG G2 and that it will have a hardware platform that will be capable of outmatching smartphones like Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One, or Sony Xperia Z.
It seems though that we will get to meet the next LG flagship smartphone, the G2, next month, as the Asian company has officially sent the invitations for a launch event scheduled for August 7th. As I was mentioning above, the LG G2 will have to be capable of competing against powerful smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One, thus the South Korea-based phone maker has squeezed a powerful processing solution underneath its case. Anyway, there were some leaked information about the LG G2, but, even so, the terminal is still a mysterious appearance.
Today we get to see a teaser video of the LG G2 and even get to look at the official invitation for its launch event. LG will host the G2 announcement during an event in New York, on August 7th, and rumor has it that we will see other terminals as well, like a new tablet and the LG Optimus L9 successor.
You can see in the invitation pictured above that LG has highlighted the letter “G” and the number “2,” while the teaser video has an interesting motto: “To me, you are perfect. From G…”
It’s interesting though how the leakers didn’t manage to reveal more details about the LG G2 and, except from the fact that it will be powered by a Snapdragon 800 chipset and that it will come with LTE Advanced support, the G2 technical specifications list is incomplete.
A couple of weeks ago there were some reports saying that the LG G2 will be world’s first smartphone to pack with 3GB of RAM and that it will be so thin that the company’s designers had to put the volume rocker on the back.
What are your expectations for the LG G2? Do you think Google and LG will team up again and that the LG G2 will be used to underpin the Nexus 5? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below. In the meantime, enjoy the LG G2 teaser video.