LG hopes to sell 10 million G2 smartphones globally

Jacob Siegal
LG G2 Global Unit Sales
LG G2 Global Unit Sales

The LG G2 has been on sale for over a week now in the U.S. In BGR’s review, we noted that despite a gorgeous display and smart design, the G2 doesn’t do much to stand out against its competition. That hasn’t stopped LG from setting its expectations high for its newest smartphone, however: According to China Times, LG announced on Tuesday in Taiwan that it hopes to sell 10 million units of the G2 worldwide. In Taiwan, LG is aiming to sell 20,000 units a month, which could lead to a 5% market share for smartphones in the country. The LG G2 will go on sale in Taiwan on September 27th at an off-contract price of NT $19,900 (about $672 USD).

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