LG Gx2

After launching the LG G Vista in the US earlier this month, LG has announced the device for the South Korean market today, where it will be called the Gx2. Available exclusively on the LG U+ network, the Gx2 will be marketed as the successor to the LG Gx, which made its debut last December.

Like the Gx, the Gx2 will be aimed at the mid-range segment, and features a 5.7-inch 720p display, 1.5 GB RAM, 8 GB internal storage, 1.2 GHz quad-core CPU, 8 MP camera at the back, 1.3 MP front shooter, LTE and LTE-A connectivity and a 3,200 mAh battery. The Gx2 also features a camera laser focusing system that was first seen on the LG G3.

Will LG launch more spinoffs of the G3? Your guess is as good as ours.

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Reader comments

The LG Gx2 is really just a renamed G Vista for South Korea


And honestly it's a pretty sad fake wanna be phablet. Can't help but laugh at this offering.

The Galaxy Note 2 pimp slaps this silly Lg handset so easily it's comical.

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Oh joy. More of the same boring, monotonous drivel from the ignorant Samsung fanboy. Let's be honest, you probably haven't even touched a product not made by Samsung in the past year for fear of getting cooties.

I'd be leary of any device put out by LG that includes the monogram GX2. After the fiasco that was the T-Mobile G2x, I have sworn off LG devices,

Looks promising. Much better than Samsung's offering (Mega).
[It's not just about the specs.]

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Bigger screen size, thinner, lighter, flash is on while video recording, faster WiFi standard (the only real reason on this list) and the bevy of features one gets with TouchWiz.

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