By Anton D. Nagy | November 21, 2012 3:33 AM
The LG Optimus G is a great phone, the best from the manufacturer so far hands-down! It also just so happens that the manufacturer is the one that makes the latest Google Nexus phone, which is as much an LG Optimus G on the inside as it is on the outside, with a couple of Nexus-specific tweaks.
While the Optimus G is available on both AT&T and Sprint — and it is now unlockable — the company went ahead and posted the below ad in the Wall Street Journal and New York Times. The all-caps text says “we make phones not war” and it’s a tricky one: whether it is aimed exactly at the competition with all the Apple-Samsung courtroom battles or the general landscape is anyone’s guess.
The text emphasizes on LG’s collaboration with other companies, like Qualcomm and “leading wireless mobile companies”, in order to deliver this device (aside from in-house collaboration for the design, screen, battery, etc.). Let us know what you think of the ad, who is it targeting, and what your takeaway is!