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LG Mobile Phones Turn Profitable for First Time In 4 Quarters

by Woody Oh | 7月 30, 2014

According to a recent Q2 2014 report for LG, published under our Wireless Device Strategies (WDS) service, LG finally came back into profit for the first time in a year, due to robust shipments of LTE smartphones such as the G3, G2, G Pro 2 and G2 mini, and the widespread availability of affordable L-series 3G smartphones across both developed regions and emerging markets. However, China and India, the two biggest handset markets in the world, still remain a weak-spot for LG to address immediately, as a number of locally-focused vendors, such as Xiaomi, are growing their market presence quarter by quarter.

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