LG teases that Optimus G will have 768p gapless display, long-lifespan battery

LG teases that Optimus G will have 768p gapless display, long-lifespan battery

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New LG must know that the Optimus G has been spoiled, even if it's not quite ready to put all its cards on the table. While it's only acknowledging the phone's identity under a 'G' codename, the Korean electronics giant is willing to talk a lot about what's under the...
LG teases that Optimus G will have 768p gapless display, long-lifespan battery
                               

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