We’ve seen LG’s lineup of smartphones at the ongoing MWC 2013, so what else does the company have up its sleeves for the mobile show in Barcelona? On top of few other gizmos and gadgets, the company also demonstrated its modified Optimus G that supports China Mobile’s upcoming TD-LTE network.
TD-LTE (Time Division-Long Term Evolution) is a telecommunications technology for 4G LTE network that is different from the widely adopted FD-LTE (Frequency Division-LTE), and it will be rolled out later this year in the world’s largest mobile operator, China Mobile. LG also said that in time to come, it will provide a full line of TD-LTE devices.
“TD-LTE has the potential to cover 2.7 billion people in Asia alone and today’s demonstration proves that this technology is ready for consumers. LG is committed to offering a range of TD-LTE smartphones based on our unrivaled leadership in 4G LTE technologies.” — Dr. Jong-seok Park, President and CEO of the LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company.