LG Optimus G Pro achieves sales of one million units in Korea

Alex Wagner
Editorial Director of News and Content from  Omaha, NE
| June 17, 2013

LG Optimus G Pro one million sold Korea

After achieving sales of 500,000 units in early April, LG announced today that the Optimus G Pro has crossed the one million sold milestone in Korea. The Optimus G Pro first launched in Korea in February, meaning it took the device four months to hit the one million mark, which LG says is the shortest amount of time that any of its devices have hit sales of one million units in Korea. Breaking things down even further, the company explains that the Optimus G Pro has moved 8,000 units per day since its debut.

The Optimus G Pro is LG's entry into the growing phone/tablet hybrid market, touting a 5.5-inch 1080p display that LG says is large but still usable with one hand. That large display and other high-end specs make the Optimus G Pro a flagship product for LG, and I'm sure that the company is pleased to see that sales of the device in its home country are strong. Since its Korean debut in February, the Optimus G Pro has made its way into several other parts of the globe, including AT&T in the U.S. Have any of you used an Optimus G Pro?

Via Android Central, LG Newsroom (Google translation)

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