After Apple and HTC released gold editions of their flagship smartphones, it looks like it is LGs turn now. The company is preparing a gold version of its high-end G2 for all your bling needs.
ePrice has spotted a gold LG G2 in Taiwan, where the handset may be available in the coming months. Prices won’t be different from the black and white versions: $496 (14,900 TWD) for the 16GB model, and $562 (16,900 TWD) for the 32GB model. Right now we aren’t sure if LG is planning to introduce the golden G2 in more markets, but hopefully we will have more info soon. They will likely want to sell as many as possible, so I can’t imagine they would only offer it there.
The LG G2 was released around the world in the second half of 2013 and was a hit. It may have reached 3 million units sold in December. It ran Android 4.2 Jelly Bean at launch, and now it’s getting Android 4.4 KitKat, but only in South Korea right now. In other news, the company appears to be getting ready to introduce a Quad HD successor to it, possibly called LG G3, later this year.
Source Phone ArenaFiled Under: Android News