LG has announced a new naming scheme for its premium smartphones, which will now be categorized under the “G” brand.
Since the company’s current flagship smartphone is called the Optimus G, the next flagship device from LG will be known as “G2” — without the Optimus part.
Likewise, from now on, LG’s 4:3 display smartphones will be known simply as “Vu:” (yes, that includes the colon).
While LG hasn’t said much about the G2’s actual specifications, the company previously announced that it would sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 CPU. The processor should deliver up to 75% better performance than its predecessor, the Snapdragon S4 Pro.
Source : Mashable