LG is a South Korean consumer electronics company that makes — among other things — smartphones, tablets and computers that are sold around the world. It also has many subdivisions that make many of the components that are used by its own smartphones and tablets, as well as sourced by several other major phone manufacturers. LG is probably best known for the displays, chips and batteries it makes for mobile devices.
The vast majority of all phones and tablets LG makes run Android, while its computers run Windows and now Chrome OS. Thanks to its massive scale, LG has several different smartphone lines that bring its products to a variety of price points in markets around the world. Although many wouldn't normally think it, the company has been gaining phone market share both in its home country of South Korea — where it competes directly with Samsung — and in Western markets in recent years.
For many years, LG's phones followed the "Optimus" brand, which saw the name tacked onto most devices that were sold. Since the end of 2013, LG has moved to single letters that denote the different smartphone lines — aka the "L Series" and "F Series" — with the best-known devices in the Western markets taking the "G Series" name, such as the G2, G Pro 2 and G Flex.
LG's 2014 flagship is the LG G3, a large Android smartphone with the first quad HD display. LG also had one of the first Android Wear smartwatches and is expected to roll out more this year.
The LG V60 from 2020 is picking up the latest version of Android, marking its last software update.
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LG is bringing Android 12 to more phones soon, as outlined by a new update schedule. However, only three models are set to receive the big update this quarter.
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LG is rumored to be considering licensing some of the 20,000 patents it obtained before exiting the mobile business.
The K61, K51S, and K41S are the latest additions to LG's budget K series lineup. All three phones feature a quad-camera setup at the back and are MIL-STD-810G compliant.
LG posted consolidated revenue of KRW 74.72 trillion (about $63.16 billion) in 2021, thanks to higher demand for premium TVs and home appliances.
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The LG Wing is now receiving the Android 11 update following LG's commitment to provide "up to three iterations of Android operating system updates."
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