LG has taken an important step in closing its mobile business, the last LG phone off the production line. And the company will no longer produce mobile phones after Monday. Asia Business Daily. Engadget has contacted LG to confirm.
The company announced plans in early April to end its phone business. But it continues to produce mobile phones for a few more months to contract with telecom companies. The factory in Vietnam where LG makes many smartphones will be converted into a household appliance factory. Asia Business Deli report
After years of losing money in the department, LG said it would destroy its failed mobile business by the end of July. Although some devices are still sold after that day. Those who purchase LG phones will still receive Android OS updates for up to three years, the company will continue to provide after-sales support for four years from the date of manufacture. meanwhile The company is reportedly selling a limited edition of the Velvet 2 Pro and LG Rollable that have yet to be released. which the company showed off at CES in January. Only for employees in South Korea.
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