The LG W41 Pro is powered by 2.3GHz octa-core MediaTek Helio G35 processor and it comes with 6GB of RAM. The phone packs 128GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 512GB via a microSD card. As far as the cameras are concerned, the LG W41 Pro packs a 48-megapixel + 8-megapixel + 2-megapixel + 5-megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 8-megapixel front shooter for selfies.
The LG W41 Pro runs Android 10 and is powered by a 5000mAh. It measures 166.50 x 77.30 x 9.30 (height x width x thickness) and weigh 201.00 grams.
The LG W41 Pro is a dual SIM mobile that accepts Nano-SIM and Nano-SIM. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, USB Type-C, 3G and 4G (with support for Band 40 used by some LTE networks in India). Sensors on the phone include Face unlock, Fingerprint sensor, Proximity sensor and Accelerometer.
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Despite a vast investment of research, engineering, and marketing, LG's smartphone sales in 2015 were practically unchanged relative to its 2014 totals. Reporting its quarterly earnings today, the Korean company recorded 59.7 million smartphone shipments last year, which amounts to a year-on-year improvement of just half a million. Worse yet, whereas LG was squeezing out a small profit from its mobile division in 2014, last year's total was just south of breaking even, with the fourth quarter resulting in a $37 million loss. Unhappy with its non-existent growth and profitability, LG has decided it will introduce "two new flagship models" in 2016 alongside "a more cost-competitive value chain."
The introduction of two marquee devices in a single year is far from a new phenomenon in the smartphone market. Fellow Android handset makers like Samsung and Sony have made a tradition out of it: Samsung with its Galaxy S and Galaxy Note lineups and Sony with its biannual refresh of the Xperia Z. LG itself got into the same game late last year when it launched the premium V10 handset mere months after the LG G4 flagship.
Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next month will be the stage for the introduction of LG's first flagship smartphone for the year. Expected to be dubbed the LG G5, this Android smartphone has been rumored to have an all-metal design with some unique hardware features such as a dual camera on the back. It sounds like substantial change is in the offing, and given the mediocre commercial performance of LG's previous flagship devices, that might well be a good thing.
LG's mobile division consistently produces some of the most technically advanced phones around, but it's struggled to translate its engineering might into real-world sales. For smartphones to be valuable to LG as more than just engineering showcases, LG will have to prove that it can sell its unique advantages to a global audience and in a supremely competitive environment.
LG's smartphone legacy: every LG flagship Android phone
It's the end of the road for LG smartphones, but we'll always have the memories: the company released a whole host of mobile devices down the years, so we're going to take the opportunity to take a look back at some of the highlights of past LG flagships.
There are more of them than you might think – LG consistently released new models for its G series and V series phones every year, and there were plenty of variations and a few one-offs along the way, all the way up to the swivel-screen LG Wing launched in 2020.
Whether you've owned an LG handset in the past few years or not, join us on this trip down memory lane, as we start at the LG Optimus LG from 2012. You can chart a large part of the history of smartphones in general through the handsets that we've covered below.
We can't cover every single LG phone in this article – there have been a lot of them down the years, and a lot of variants too – so we'll focus on the main G series handsets with occasional diversions. Be sure to also check out some of our favorite older LG phones.
LG Optimus G (2012)
We start with the LG Optimus G in 2012, not the first Optimus-branded handset from the company, but the very start of the G series. It was well received and sold in substantial quantities too, and its look isn't drastically different from the smartphones of today.
Its internal specs are quite different from what we're used to now however, as you would expect – the LG Optimus G was powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro, 2GB of RAM, and a maximum of 32GB of internal storage. There was a single-lens 13MP camera on the back for photo and video duties.
The phone came with a 4.7-inch, 768 x 1280 pixel display, and came running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Impressed by its design and its speed, we gave the phone 4 stars out of 5 in our review at the time.
LG G2 (2013)
The LG G series began in earnest with the LG G2, which went up against the likes of the HTC One and the Samsung Galaxy S4 in 2013. We gave it 4.5 stars out of 5 in our review, very much liking the quality of the screen and the single-lens 13MP rear camera.
Under the hood we had the very first 800 series chip from Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 800. That was paired with 2GB of RAM and up to 32MB of internal storage, the same as on this handset's predecessor.
The screen size got a boost over the previous year's model, with LG upping it to a 5.2-inch, 1080 x 1920 IPS LCD screen – as we said, one of our favorite parts of the LG G2 experience. The phone came with Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean on board, and you might remember there was also a mini version.
Nexus 5 (2013)
The Nexus 5 was sold by Google but manufactured by LG (as the Nexus 4 had been), so it gets a mention here. In the entire history of the Nexus/Pixel series, this could well be the highlight in terms of what you get in return for your money.
Despite being very affordable at the time, the Nexus 5 boasted a lovely 4.95-inch screen, a Snapdragon 800 processor, and great results in terms of photos and videos too. It also had a feature we very much miss – the full color notification light.
This being a Google-backed phone it had the very latest Android 4.4 KitKat software on board when it launched. It earned itself 4.5 stars out of 5 in our review back in 2013, with the handset's look, feel and speed marked out for special praise.
LG G3 (2014)
The LG G3 was a really, really good phone – this is around the peak of the LG G series, when it was still giving the likes of Apple and Samsung some serious competition. We awarded it 4.5 out of 5 stars in our review, with the display again one of the highlights.
This time around the display was a 5.5-inch, 1440 x 2560 pixel IPS LCD affair, which was large and very sharp for the time. LG has always excelled with its screens, whether we're talking phones or TVs, and the LG G3 fitted into that pattern. On the back of the phone was a single-lens 13MP rear camera, which was one of the first to use laser autofocus.
The handset came running Android 4.4.2 KitKat, the processor was upped to the Snapdragon 801, the maximum RAM option got a boost to 3GB, and again the internal storage topped out at 32GB. A cheaper LG G3 S was also available.
LG G4 (2015)
It was in 2015 that Samsung started to move away from removable batteries, but LG stuck with the idea with the LG G4. It also came running Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, and sported a 5.5-inch, 1440 x 2560 pixel IPS LCD display.
On the back there was a single-lens 16MP rear camera, while powering the whole show we had a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage out of the box, which isn't a huge upgrade on the previous year.
In our review we scored the phone 4 out of 5 stars, saying that it offered a lot in terms of its display, its camera, and its internal specs. This was the LG phone where several different back casing options were available, including a leather one.
LG G Flex 2 (2015)
A quick diversion to the LG G Flex 2 from the same year as the LG G4. The first LG G Flex in 2013 was something of an experiment, but the LG G Flex 2 follow-up was a serious smartphone, with one rather unusual selling point in particular: a curved screen.
Long before Samsung and others were putting foldable screens on phones, LG was adding curved displays. In this case it was a 5.5-inch, 1080 x 1920 pixel curved OLED panel, while the other specs were along similar lines to the LG G4.
The curved screen idea never really took hold despite LG's best efforts, and we gave the smartphone 4 stars out of 5 in our review: "the LG G Flex 2 is both trendy-looking and powerful" we wrote at the time.
LG V10 (2015)
LG also kicked off the V series of phones in 2015. From the beginning, they tried to offer something a little different – in this case, a dual-lens selfie camera, wireless charging and a strange little secondary display above the first one.
That strip of a second display was intended for notifications and app shortcuts, and it was actually pretty useful. For its various innovations we gave the phone 4 stars out of 5 in our review, and the V series would go through a lot of evolutions over the years.
In terms of the bulk of the phone's features and specs, it was along similar lines to the LG G4, although it came with a slightly bigger screen – and perhaps significantly, it cost a lot more than the G series phone too.
LG G5 (2016)
With the LG G5, LG bet big on a modular approach, with extra add-ons improving the audio quality, the camera capabilities, and more. It was a bet that never really paid off, although we did give the phone 4.5 stars out of 5 in our review.
Besides the add-on modules, the phone came with a Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. Around the back, photo and video duties were taken care of with a single-lens 16MP rear camera.
The LG G5 had a 5.3-inch, 1440 x 2650 pixel IPS LCD display panel which was, as usual for the G series, one of the highlights of the phone. In terms of the software, the handset arrived running Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
LG G6 (2017)
The LG G6 saw LG going back to smartphone basics, but in a premium way: the phone had a stunning 5.7-inch, 1440 x 2880 pixel IPS LCD screen with an unusual 18:9 aspect ratio, full IP68 waterproofing, and a minimal but stylish design.
The phone was powered with a Snapdragon 821 processor, 4GB of RAM, and up to 64GB of internal storage. The software on board was Android 7.0 Nougat, while the rear camera was a single-lens 13MP snapper.
In our review of the LG G6, we praised the screen (again) and the new look, awarding the handset a respectable 4 stars out of 5. There was also a slightly more powerful LG G6 Plus version that you might remember.
LG G7 ThinQ (2018)
With the LG G7, we got the rather confusing ThinQ moniker for the first time on the G series (it had previously shown up on a V series phone). To this day we're not sure what purpose it's serving, but it's apparently something to do with artificial intelligence.
The LG G7 ran on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, with up to 6GB of RAM and up to 128GB of storage – substantial upgrades from the previous year. There was a 6.1-inch, 1440 x 3120 pixel IPS LCD screen, and Android 8.0 Oreo on board. The rear camera was a dual-lens model for the first time on the G series: 16MP+16MP.
In our review, we suggested the LG G7 was a bit too safe and conservative for its own good – although, surprise surprise, we liked the display. We also liked the boombox speaker effect the phone could generate, giving it 3.5 stars out of 5 in total.
LG G8 ThinQ (2019)
With the LG G8 ThinQ we got an OLED panel on an LG G series phone for the first time – a 6.1-inch, 1440 x 3120 pixel affair with a stretched 19.5:9 aspect ratio. We also had a Snapdragon 855 processor, 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.
The rear camera was a dual-lens 12MP+16MP model (in the US), and the software on board when the phone launched was Android 9.0 Pie. It also had a rather strange hand unlock feature that has never been seen since.
A great phone on paper, but somehow not enough to get LG back on track. In our review, we gave the handset 3 stars out of 5 and called it a device with "ambitious ideas that don't pan out" – which perhaps sums up the entire history of LG smartphones. It was the end of the line for the G series.
LG G8X ThinQ (2019)
A quick mention of the LG G8X ThinQ before we say goodbye to the G series: it came with a dual screen accessory case that was in some ways an alternative to the pricey foldable phones that were starting to emerge, giving users double the room in terms of display.
As was often the case with LG phones, it was a nice idea that never fully worked in practice. In our review we gave the handset 4 stars out of 5, praising the various uses for the dual screen setup – like gaming – while admitting that they were pretty niche.
It's certainly hard to fault LG in terms of ideas. As far as the specs and features go, the phone was very similar to the main LG G8, although it came running newer software and had a bigger 6.4-inch display.
LG Velvet (2020)
The G series gave way to what we assume would have been the materials series, had it continued: the LG Velvet name was intended to convey quality and style, but overall it didn't quite land, getting 3.5 stars out of 5 in our review.
The phone arrived with Android 10 on board, and packs in a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor, up to 8GB of RAM, and up to 128GB of internal storage. Around the back we've got a triple-lens 48MP+5MP+5MP rear camera, and there's 5G connectivity too.
This is a big phone: the OLED screen is 6.8 inches from corner to corner, running at a resolution of 1080 x 2460 pixels. The LG Velvet was a good phone, like many LG flagships before it, but it wasn't quite good enough.
LG V60 ThinQ (2020)
The last of the V series handsets was the LG V60 ThinQ (there's that ThinQ branding again), and it certainly went out on a high in terms of the design and specs – this is a fine-looking, powerful handset, and the dual screen accessory that we first saw with the LG G8X makes a return too.
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LG G series
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The G series is a line of 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's first two smartwatches, the LG G Watch and the LG G Watch R, were also part of the LG G series. Starting with the LG Watch Urbane, LG dropped the "G" branding from the device's name, thus eliminating the watches from the G series.
In April 2020, LG announced that it would discontinue the G branding and return to using distinct brand names for future flagship devices (beginning with the LG Velvet), to "resonate with today's consumers and help us to establish a clearer brand identity."
2012: LG Optimus G
Main article: LG Optimus G
- LG G5
- LG G5 SE
- LG Stylus 2 (also known as the LG G Stylus 2 or LG Stylo 2)
- LG Stylus 2 Plus
LG has produced a number of smartwatches; however, only a few of them carry the "LG G" branding. For example, the LG G Watch R is part of the LG G series, while its successor, the LG Watch Urbane, does not carry the "G" branding.
LG G Watch
Main article: LG G Watch
LG and Google announced the Android Wear-based LG G Watch on June 25, 2014.
- Display: 1.65" LCD display with 280x280 pixel resolution
- Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 400
- Storage: 4 GB
- RAM: 512 MB
LG G Watch R
Main article: LG G Watch R
LG and Google announced the LG G Watch R, also based on Android Wear, on October 25, 2014.
- Display: 1.3" circular P-OLED display with 320x320 pixel resolution
- Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 400
- Storage: 4 GB
- RAM: 512 MB
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Full List of LG Phone Models
LG Uplus is the telecommunications and mobile phone operator under the entire LG Corporation. It is headquartered in South Korea, and widely known as one of the pioneer brands to introduce the 3G service using PCS technology.
With a huge thing like that under its belt, the company is able to leverage its position in the mobile phone industry and manufacture an impressive LG phone models that are currently available in the market.
One of its latest releases is the LG Optimus G E975. At first look, it’s already obvious that it’s high above in the list of most impressive smart phones today.
While other brands boast of a dual core processor with their smart phones, the LG Optimus G E975 features a quad-core processor with 1.5Ghz in each core. The LCD-IPS display is breathtaking at a resolution of 1280×768, and the phone features an impressive 13MP back camera.
Image source: gsmarena.com
While the biggest drawback might be the lack of an expandable memory slot, the phone does boast a 32GB of internal memory, which a lot of users can already appreciate. The LG Optimus G E975 is also powered by 4G data connectivity so users can take advantage of a fast connection depending on their location.
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With the right data plan and an ideal location, the phone is capable of downloading up to 100 Mbits/s of data – a pretty impressive feat for a smart phone. Price-wise, it’s a bit on the steep end, and there are other LG phone models that are more affordable to a lot of people. But with all the smart features and a handsome design, the LG Optimus G E975 is definitely worth every penny should users decide to purchase it.
Here is the complete list of all LG phone models:
|LG Optimus T||LG G Pad II 8.0 LTE|
|LG Optimus S||LG Wine Smart|
|LG X Skin||LG Tribute 2|
|LG X5||LG Bello II|
|LG X max||LG G4 Beat|
|LG X mach||LG G360|
|LG G Pad X 8.0||LG G350|
|LG X power||LG G4c|
|LG X style||LG G4 Dual|
|LG Stylus 2 Plus||LG G4|
|LG Stylo 2||LG G Stylo|
|LG K5||LG G4 Stylus|
|LG K3||LG AKA|
|LG G5 SE||LG Watch Urbane LTE|
|LG G5||LG G Watch W100|
|LG X cam||LG Magna|
|LG X screen||LG Spirit|
|LG K8||LG Leon|
|LG Stylus 2||LG Joy|
|LG K10||LG G Flex2|
|LG K7||LG Tribute|
|LG K4||LG L Prime|
|LG G Pad II 8.3 LTE||LG G2 Lite|
|LG Ray||LG G3 Dual-LTE|
|LG G Vista 2||LG G3 Screen|
|LG G Watch R W110||LG F60|
|LG Watch Urbane W150||LG L60|
|LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition LTE||LG L60 Dual|
|LG V10||LG G3 Stylus|
|LG Nexus 5X||LG L Bello|
|LG Zero||LG L Fino|
|LG G Pad II 10.1||LG G Pad 8.0 LTE|
|LG G Vista||LG Volt|
|LG G3 A||LG G Pad 10.1 LTE|
|LG G Pad 7.0 LTE||LG G4 Pro|
|LG L50||LG G Pad 10.1|
|LG L30||LG G Pad 8.0|
|LG L20||LG G Pad 7.0|
|LG G Vista (CDMA)||LG L80|
|LG G3 LTE-A||LG L80 Dual|
|LG G3 S Dual||LG Lucid 3 VS876|
|LG G3 S||LG L65 Dual D285|
|LG L65 D280||LG G Pad 8.3 LTE|
|LG G3 (CDMA)||LG F70 D315|
|LG G3||LG G2 mini LTE (Tegra)|
|LG 450||LG G2 mini LTE|
|LG L35||LG G2 mini|
|LG L90 Dual D410||LG G Pad 8.3|
|LG L90 D405||LG G2|
|LG L70 D320N||LG Optimus L9 II|
|LG L70 Dual D325||LG Enact VS890|
|LG L45 Dual X132||LG Optimus GJ E975W|
|LG L40 D160||LG Optimus L4 II Dual E445|
|LG L40 Dual D170||LG Optimus L4 II E440|
|LG G Pro 2||LG Optimus Zone VS410|
|LG Optimus L4 II Tri E470||LG Optimus F3|
|LG Optimus L1 II Tri E475||LG Lucid2 VS870|
|LG Optimus F3Q||LG Optimus F7|
|LG GX F310L||LG Optimus F6|
|LG Nexus 5||LG Optimus F5|
|LG G Flex||LG Optimus G Pro E985|
|LG Fireweb||LG Optimus L7 II P710|
|LG G Pro Lite||LG Optimus L7 II Dual P715|
|LG G Pro Lite Dual||LG Optimus L5 II Dual E455|
|LG Optimus L2 II E435||LG Optimus L5 II E460|
|LG Vu 3 F300L||LG Optimus L3 II Dual E435|
|LG Optimus L3 II E430||LG Optimus G E970|
|LG Optimus L1 II E410||LG Optimus G LS970|
|LG Nexus 4 E960||LG Optimus G E975|
|LG A390||LG Intuition VS950|
|LG A395||LG Splendor US730|
|LG C299||LG Escape P870|
|LG Tri Chip C333||LG Optimus L5 Dual E615|
|LG Spectrum II 4G VS930||LG Optimus L9 P760|
|LG Mach LS860||LG Motion 4G MS770|
|LG Optimus L9 P769||LG Optimus Vu P895|
|LG Optimus Vu II||LG Optimus L3 E405|
|LG Optimus Vu II F200||LG C199|
|LG T385||LG T375 Cookie Smart|
|LG Optimus Elite LS696||LG T370 Cookie Smart|
|LG Optimus LTE2||LG Xpression C395|
|LG Optimus True HD LTE P936||LG Lucid 4G VS840|
|LG Optimus M+ MS695||LG Optimus 4X HD P880|
|LG Optimus 3D Max P720||LG Optimus 3D Cube SU870|
|LG Optimus L7 P700||LG Optimus L5 E610|
|LG Optimus Vu F100S||LG Optimus LTE Tag|
|LG Optimus L3 E400||LG Optimus Pad LTE|
|LG Rumor Reflex LN272||LG Connect 4G MS840|
|LG Spectrum VS920||LG Viper 4G LTE LS840|
|LG Prada 3.0||LG X350|
|LG Optimus 2 AS680||LG Extravert VN271|
|LG Optimus 4G LTE P935||LG Nitro HD|
|LG DoublePlay||LG Optimus Slider|
|LG Enlighten VS700||LG S367|
|LG Optimus EX SU880||LG Optimus LTE LU6200|
|LG Jil Sander Mobile||LG Optimus LTE SU640|
|LG Optimus Q2 LU6500||LG Optimus Hub E510|
|LG Optimus Sol E730||LG Optimus Net Dual|
|LG Optimus Net||LG Esteem MS910|
|LG Marquee LS855||LG Optimus Black (White version)|
|LG Optimus Pro C660||LG S365|
|LG A350||LG A258|
|LG A250||LG A230|
|LG A270||LG A290|
|LG A190||LG A200|
|LG T515 Cookie Duo||LG T505|
|LG T510||LG EGO T500|
|LG EGO Wi-Fi||LG C375 Cookie Tweet|
|LG C360||LG A100|
|LG Optimus Big LU6800||LG Cosmos 2|
|LG US760 Genesis||LG Phoenix P505|
|LG Thrill 4G P925||LG Thrive P506|
|LG Optimus 3D P920||LG Optimus Pad V900|
|LG T315||LG A180|
|LG A160||LG A165|
|LG Optimus Chat C550||LG Optimus Me P350|
|LG A140||LG Optimus Black P970|
|LG Optimus 2X||LG Optimus 2X SU660|
|LG Optimus Mach LU3000||LG Revolution|
|LG X335||LG Cookie WiFi T310i|
|LG C310||LG GU200|
|LG A120||LG GW910|
|LG A155||LG Optimus One P500|
|LG S310||LG A130|
|LG P525||LG GW370 Rumour Plus|
|LG P520||LG GD550 Pure|
|LG Axis||LG KS365|
|LG Apex||LG Scarlet II TV|
|LG Cosmos Touch VN270||LG GM650s|
|LG Vortex VS660||LG Flick T320|
|LG C320 InTouch Lady||LG Wink 3G T320|
|LG GT550 Encore||LG Cookie 3G T320|
|LG GS390 Prime||LG C710 Aloha|
|LG Quantum||LG Cookie Style T310|
|LG C900 Optimus 7Q||LG C105|
|LG E900 Optimus 7||LG GX300|
|LG Town C300||LG Cookie Lite T300|
|LG Optimus Chic E720||LG Wink Style T310|
|LG Octane||LG GU292|
|LG Optimus M||LG GM360 Viewty Snap|
|LG Optimus S||LG Fathom VS750|
|LG Optimus T||LG Vu Plus|
|LG SU420 Cafe||LG GT400 Viewty Smile|
|LG SU920||LG Optimus Z|
|LG Optimus Q LU2300||LG KM570 Cookie Gig|
|LG GT950 Arena||LG GX500|
|LG KH3900 Joypop||LG GB280|
|LG GS155||LG KH5200 Andro-1|
|LG GS107||LG GT540 Optimus|
|LG KP108||LG GS290 Cookie Fresh|
|LG GS106||LG GT405|
|LG GD350||LG GW990|
|LG GX200||LG KF305|
|LG GS500 Cookie Plus||LG GW880|
|LG GD880 Mini||LG Wink Plus GT350i|
|LG Etna C330||LG Town GT350|
|LG KU2100||LG GD580 Lollipop|
|LG GS200||LG GS190|
|LG GD710 Shine II||LG GW820 eXpo|
|LG GU230 Dimsun||LG GB160|
|LG KM555E||LG GU285|
|LG GD310||LG GD510 Pop|
|LG BL20 New Chocolate||LG CF360|
|LG GW620||LG GM750|
|LG GW300||LG GB270|
|LG GB109||LG GB170|
|LG GB190||LG GW550|
|LG GT500 Puccini||LG KB775 Scarlet|
|LG GT505||LG GW520|
|LG GD900 Crystal||LG GC900 Viewty Smart|
|LG GB230 Julia||LG GD330|
|LG KS660||LG GB125|
|LG Xenon GR500||LG GM200 Brio|
|LG GB210||LG KC560|
|LG KM900 Arena||LG GM730 Eigen|
|LG KC910i Renoir||LG GB250|
|LG GB220||LG GB102|
|LG KT770||LG GM310|
|LG GB130||LG GM210|
|LG GB110||LG KM330|
|LG GB106||LG GD910|
|LG CT810 Incite||LG KS500|
|LG KP152||LG KC910 Renoir|
|LG KF900 Prada||LG KC780|
|LG KP500 Cookie||LG KP501 Cookie|
|LG KP502 Cookie||LG KP270|
|LG KB770||LG CB630 Invision|
|LG KF311||LG CP150|
|LG KP265||LG KP260|
|LG KP199||LG KP170|
|LG KS360||LG GT365 Neon|
|LG KF350||LG KF390|
|LG Univa E510||LG KF245|
|LG U370||LG HB620T|
|LG KF240||LG KC550|
|LG KF757 Secret||LG KF750 Secret|
|LG KF755 Secret||LG CU915 Vu|
|LG KF700||LG KF600|
|LG KF510||LG KT610|
|LG KP320||LG KM710|
|LG KT520||LG MG295|
|LG KF310||LG KF300|
|LG KM500||LG KM386|
|LG KM380||LG KM338|
|LG KG375||LG KP235|
|LG KP220||LG KP130|
|LG KP215||LG KP210|
|LG KP105||LG KP110|
|LG KU385||LG KU380|
|LG KP100||LG U960|
|LG KE990 Viewty||LG KG290|
|LG KS20||LG KG288|
|LG KE590||LG KU990 Viewty|
|LG KE500||LG KG280|
|LG KG275||LG MG160|
|LG KU580||LG KE970 Shine|
|LG KE850 Prada||LG KU970 Shine|
|LG KE770 Shine||LG CU720 Shine|
|LG KU950||LG KS10|
|LG Trax CU575||LG KU311|
|LG CU515||LG CU500V|
|LG CE110||LG KE260|
|LG KU250||LG KE800|
|LG KE820||LG KU800|
|LG U830||LG L343i|
|LG L600v||LG KP202|
|LG KP200||LG U400|
|LG CU500||LG U310|
|LG U300||LG KG800|
|LG KG810||LG KG330|
|LG KG300||LG KG320|
|LG CG180||LG KG270|
|LG KG195||LG KG200|
|LG KG920||LG KU730|
|LG U900||LG V9000|
|LG KG240||LG KG210|
|LG KG220||LG KG225|
|LG KG190||LG KG130|
|LG KG120||LG KG110|
|LG C2600||LG U890|
|LG U8550||LG M6100|
|LG C2500||LG C1150|
|LG S5300||LG S5200|
|LG S5100||LG S5000|
|LG U880||LG P7200|
|LG B2250||LG B2070|
|LG B2050||LG M4410|
|LG M4330||LG M4300|
|LG F3000||LG F2410|
|LG F2250||LG L342i|
|LG L341i||LG C3400|
|LG C3320||LG C3310|
|LG C3300||LG U8380|
|LG U8360||LG U8330|
|LG U8210||LG U8290|
|LG U8180||LG B2150|
|LG B2100||LG B2000|
|LG F2400||LG F1200|
|LG A7150||LG L5100|
|LG F7250||LG C2200|
|LG C2100||LG G1800|
|LG G1700||LG G1610|
|LG F2300||LG L3100|
|LG F2100||LG C3100|
|LG G3100||LG L1100|
|LG C1200||LG C1100|
|LG C1400||LG G1600|
|LG T5100||LG G7200|
|LG G7120||LG U8150|
|LG U8138||LG U8120|
|LG U8110||LG U8100|
|LG G7100||LG G7070|
|LG G7050||LG G7030|
|LG G1500||LG G5500|
|LG G5400||LG G5310|
|LG G5300||LG G7020|
|LG W7020||LG G8000|
|LG W7000||LG G5200|
|LG G7000||LG W5200|
|LG G3000||LG W3000|
|LG B1200||LG LG 510w|
|LG LG-600||LG LG-500|
|LG LG-200||LG Fantasy E740|
|LG E2||LG X3|
|LG Optimus LTE|
Photos of LG’s different types of phones
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