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LG has supposedly quit making cell phones

LG has moved toward closing down its mobile business. The last LG phones have moved off the production line and the organization will at this point don’t make handsets after Monday, as indicated by Asia Business Daily.

The organization declared plans toward the beginning of April to unwind its phone business, yet it continued making handsets for a couple more months to satisfy contracts with telecom organizations. A plant in Vietnam where LG built large numbers of its cell phones will be changed over into a home device producing plant, Asia Business Daily reports.

Following quite a while of losing cash on the division, LG said it will kill its failed mobile business before the finish of July, however it may in any case sell a few gadgets after that date. People who purchase an LG phone will still receive as long as three years of Android operating system updates.

The organization will likewise give four years of after-sales service from the date of production. In the interim, the organization has supposedly sold a restricted supply of the unreleased Velvet 2 Pro and LG Rollable, which the organization flaunted at CES in January, only to its representatives in South Korea.

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