LG G3 hits the shelves in China today at ¥3,999
Just as planned from last week, LG Electronics will start selling the company’s flagship in China, a market proven tough to break by foreign top range smartphone vendors.
Afraid of failing, LG is not getting all too committed in the business. The Korean phone maker has employed the services of JD.com to bring the LG G3 in China on a third-party agreement basis.
Being the biggest smartphone market in world in terms of both demand and supply, the Chinese smartphone market is somewhat hard for external competitors. Samsung had managed to hold the overall top vendor spot until the end of last quarter when it was overtaken by locally made Xiaomi.
In China, the LG G3 is can be purchased online via JD.com at the price of CNY¥3,999 which roughly translates to $650 in USD.
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