21 February 2013

Nigeria: LG Unveils Nexus 4 in the Nigerian Market

Nigerian smartphone users are in for an exciting time with the introduction of the LG Nexus 4 smartphone into the Nigerian market by LG Electronics, one of the global leaders in mobile communications.

The Nexus 4 Smartphone which comes with exciting features such as the Android Jelly Bean Operating System (OS), an 8 Mega Pixel camera, a 2GB of RAM as well as a 2,100 mAh Li-polymer battery has been highly rated by phone pundits. The device in a massive way solidifies LG's position as a brand to be reckoned with in the global smartphone market.

Marketing Manager, Mobile Communications, LG Electronics, Mrs. Bukola Arabome, while commenting on the smartphone market, stated that with the introduction of the LG Nexus 4, LG had once more demonstrated that it is committed to providing consumers with mobile devices that enable and empower them in amazing ways that enable them enjoy everyday life and achieve their personal goals.

According to her, LG Nexus 4 is a powerful smartphone with a beautiful minimalist design and fast performance which easily wins internal performance and user experience.

Arabome stated that LG Electronics strategically designed and manufactured the E960 in partnership with Google.

"The introduction of this high-end phone is informed by the company's quest to achieve its primal objective of meeting the needs of its esteemed consumers," she said.

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