LG sees big sales in JapanLG Electronics saw sales of its long-term evolution (LTE) smartphones in Japan reach 400,000 units, sources said yesterday.
The milestone comes after the tech heavyweight first targeted Japan’s LTE smartphone market with its Optimus LTE model in December, sources said.
LG sells two LTE models in Japan and has been stepping up its efforts to better meet the needs of Japanese consumers in the rapidly growing market.
Earlier this month, the company released the Optimus IT model via Japan’s top mobile carrier NTT DoCoMo. The model comes with localized features such as additional batteries, extra colors and a mobile wallet.
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