LG sold 100000 units of LG G3 in just 5 days in South Korea


Report just came in from South Korea that LG’s latest flagship LG G3 has crossed it’s first major milestone of 100,000 units sold in juts 5 days after launch. Earlier this week we came to know that LG G3 is selling like hot cakes in South Korea and surpassing as much as 3 times of Samsung’s Galaxy S5 first 5 days sales.

LG-G3 in Five Colors

Early reports shows LG is selling 25,000-30,000 units a day which crosses 100,000 units in just 5 days, where as Samsung Galaxy S5 was sold at an average of 7-8,000 units a day in South Korea after the launch. Last year LG sold LG G2 @10000 units a day in the first five days. This year’s figure shows a huge improvement.

Around the globe there are hundreds of thousands of potential buyers are waiting for the availability and after T-Mobile, AT&T, Sprint and Verizon all announced that they are coming with LG G3 (in different variants of-course), India is ready too. Though as far as we came to know LG India is not going to launch the mu awaited LG G3 in June, don’t be surprise if the change their mind in the last minute.

Let us know if you want to buy this awesome Smartphone, which is already in buzz due to it’s industry changing QHD resolution display along with Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 SoC. 16GB internal memory with 2GB RAM and 32GB internal memory with 3GB RAM if one of the most interesting twist LG adds to the Smartphone. Both the versions are expandable up to 128GB.

Currently we are conducting a GIVEAWAY Competition of LG G3 – if you want to participate, CLICK HERE.


Avijit Dey (46 Posts)

Avijit Dey is a tech enthusiast, who loves open source project, He's helping others by his blogging since 2007 at various tech blogs such as Firefox OS Guide and Eden Droid. Recently he started this blog to LG Smartphone lovers here in India, to get in touch with him , drop a line at @LGMobileIndia

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