LG says ‘no’ to future Nexus device, teases new tablet and non-Android smartphone


LG Mobile’s European VP has revealed that the company isn’t interested in making a sequel to its Nexus 4. In an interview with Dutch site All About Phones, Kim Wong said that, despite the Nexus 4 being a marketing success for the company, LG doesn’t plan on repeating that strategy. When asked if it would follow Samsung by releasing a Google Edition of its flagship phone, Wong dismissed the idea, adding that it “has no added value for us without our own skins.”

Despite announcing its intention to “put tablets on the back burner” last year, Wong said that LG is “investing in tablets,” and will bring a new Android tablet to market soon. He says the tablet landscape is “fairly segmented,” but remains a target for the company. Although it…

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