LG G series
The LG G series is a line of high-end Android devices produced by LG Electronics. The "G" designation was first introduced in 2012 as a branch of the LG Optimus series for flagship devices, but LG announced in July 2013 that the "Optimus" name would be discontinued for future flagships in favor of maintaining "G" and "Vu" as distinct brands. The first purely G-branded phone, the LG G2, was unveiled in August 2013.
- LG Optimus G
- LG Optimus G Pro
- LG Optimus G Pro NTT DoCoMo & LG Optimus GK
- LG G2
- LG G Pro Lite
- LG G Flex
- LG Gx
- LG G Pro 2
- LG G2 Mini
- LG G3
- LG G S, also known as LG G3 Beat, LG G3 Mini and LG G3 Vigor (AT&T, Sprint)
- LG G3 Stylus
- LG G Flex 2
- LG G4
- LG G4 Stylus, also known as LG G Stylo (Boost Mobile, MetroPCS, Sprint, T-Mobile)
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- "LG's new G2: high-end smartphone in the front, button party in the back". The Verge. Retrieved 17 August 2013.
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