LG releases Optimus G teaser, prepare for a world without Limits

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Honestly, I really like the teaser ad a lot. Focusing on a world where no out numbers yes 1000 to 1. It is true too. You will find more signs and statements in your commute to work telling you can’t do something or limits then you will find telling you that you can. LG is using this as their base for the new LG Optimus G. Offering up the tag line ” prepare yourself for a world without limits”. LG hasn’t hidden the fact that the new Optimus G will have the Qualcomm S4 Pro quad-core processor on board. Initial results are pushing this chip to the top of the charts. Lets not forget the 2GB of RAM, HD IPS Display and a 13MP camera.

There is still plenty to learn and know about this device. Even if you aren’t a huge fan of previous LG Android products in the past, this one could change your mind. After all, Samsung had a terrible beginning run too and then brought us the Galaxy S and the rest was history for them. Should be interesting to see if all their hype pans out to produce the best device they have ever made. We hope it does.

Take a quick watch. It is mostly all just images, signs and whatnot. You do get to see the device towards the end for a second. Although it is not turned on.

Source: AndroidCentral

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  • http://twitter.com/donbvonb donbvonb

    LG without limits and I have purple doo doo with shiny rainbows, why do corporations use slogans that are blatant lies guised in ambiguous statements? It’s pathetic. Making a stink about it shouldn’t be the only thing we can do. There are differences between advertising a product or service and appealing to simple minded people who don’t read specifics with words that are commonly understood to mean one thing yet maybe technically mean another, without providing context. Try harder, don’t be dumb. LG: Never Again.

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