LG G4 sales expected at 12 million units, 20% higher than LG G3
In case you missed it, LG unveiled the G4 yesterday. Of course we went hands-on, compared the G4 and the Galaxy S6, as well as its predecessor, the G3. Our coverage has just started, and there’s much more to come, including our full review, coming next week. While you can check out the phone’s full specifications here, we’ll remind you that it packs a 5.5-inch QHD display, Snapdragon 808 processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of expandable storage, 16MP and 8MP camera tandem, and the usual suspects.
This is the phone LG is putting against the competition (iPhone 6, Galaxy S6, One M9, etc.), and this is the phone LG expects to outsell its predecessor, the G3 from 2014, by 20%. LG G4 sales are expected to hit 12 million units globally, and that should be helped by the phone’s availability, gradually, on over 180 mobile network operator partners around the world.
LG is currently, based on numbers from the first quarter of the year, the fourth player on the market with 6.3%, trailing behind Samsung’s 27.8%, Apple’s 19.9%, and Huawei’s 7%.