LG’s most recent flagship device happens to be the LG G3 which has since picked up a fair amount of bouquets ever since it was released late this May, arriving in its home country of South Korea first before making its way to other markets. The smartphone is now said to be available in just about every other mature smartphone market worldwide, and is well on its way to go beyond the 10 million units sold checkpoint.
The Korea Times claimed that LG had already confirmed in a recent statement that the LG G3 “will exceed the 10 million sales mark”, and this particular achievement is of note since it would be the very first smartphone from LG to pass that magical number. As to when that will happen, it remains to be seen, although we would like to think that this is sooner rather than later.
While high end smartphones are always worth checking out and drooling all over the various hardware capabilities, it makes perfect sense to be able to deliver a mid-range smartphone where the masses are able to identify with – as well as afford. HTC knows this, which is why they have come up with the HTC Desire 510 that ought to fit the bill for many people who are on the lookout for a reliable and functional smartphone.
Not only that, the HTC Desire 510 also goes one up on the rest of its peers by offering an extremely fast LTE category 4 performance, letting you groove to speedy Internet downloads without missing a beat. The quad-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor will run proceedings from underneath the hood, where it will be accompanied by a 4.7” display, 8GB of internal memory that can be augmented via a microSD memory card, HTC BlinkFeed support, and Android 4.4 KitKat alongside HTC Sense. Pricing and availability details have yet to be put in stone, but we do know that selected regions in Europe and Asia will be on the receiving end, as well as various handpicked carriers in the US. [Press Release]