LG Electronics says sales of its LTE smartphones have reached three million units worldwide. The phones, which are currently available in 10 countries, will be available in 20 countries by the end of the year.
Dr Jong-seok Park, President and CEO of LG Mobile Communications Company, said “Reaching the three million milestone this early in LTE’s global roll-out is a strong sign that customers are on board with our LTE strategy. Improving the user experience is at the core of LG’s vision and we’ll continue to take leadership in the LTE market by offering features that offer clear customer benefits.”
LG’s first LTE phone, the Revolution, was released in May 2011. The company demonstrated the world’s first LTE technology in 2007 and currently owns around a quarter of all LTE patents worldwide.