LG’s latest Optimus G smartphone hasn’t even arrived in the U.S. and the company is already planning to release a sequel. LG head of mobile marketing, Won Kim, confirmed to reporters on Thursday that “something different and something unique” is coming later this year, Engadget reported. The executive didn’t give specific details, however he revealed that the new flagship device will stick closer to a 5-inch screen size rather than the 5.5-inch display on the Optimus G Pro. The handset is also expected to be one of the first devices to run the new version of Android, rumored to be called Key Lime Pie. Kim said LG’s next-generation flagship smartphone is scheduled to be released sometime in the third quarter.
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