LG, T-Mobile Team Up To Tackle US Smartphone Market

Summary: LG is teaming up with T-Mobile to try and claw back lost marketshare in the United States.
 According to the Wall Road Publication, LG will providing the Optimus L9 smart phone with T-Mobile's endless national 4G data technique.

The Southern Japanese device manufacturer revealed the new smart phone this week, a day before MobileCon started in San Paul. The smart phone operates on the Android managing system Ice Lotion Food os and features a 4.5-inch screen, dual-core processer and forth-generation (4G) system abilities.

In addition, the Optimus L9 device features "QTranslator", software that instantly converts content in 64 dialects. A 5-megapixel photographic camera with LED display and 1080p HD videos finishes the program, although neither LG or T-Mobile have revealed the costs of the smart phone.

In purchase to try and pull back some of its dropping marketshare, LG, once identified for products such as its developer Prada smart phone, has did not come up to the begining against the impressive technology being designed by opponents in the same industry.

LG's collaboration with T-Mobile may attract some customers away from competing companies such as Apple company and New samsung, to be able to take advantage of T-Mobile's endless 4G technique. However, it has a long way to go -- as research company Strategy Statistics says its marketshare has decreased from 21 % last year to 14.2 % in the first half of this year.

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