The LG Optimus G is one smartphone that had everything going for it when it was released, but somehow, in one strange way or another, did not manage to sell in large numbers. Taking things into stock four months after its release, a mere 1 million units were sold worldwide, and this has not stopped LG from working with mobile carriers to offer the LG Optimus G Pro, leaving the LG Optimus G behind, of course.
Of course, we do know that the pace of consumer electronics move at a breakneck speed these days, but only four months on the market before being persuaded to have it replaced by a sequel? That would surely mean the LG Optimus G is not a success by any means. I mean, the Samsung Galaxy S3 has been around for more than double that amount of time, and even with the Galaxy S4 announced and ready to arrive anytime soon, there is still a new color for the Galaxy S3 to be released, in amethyst, no less.
The leaked screenshot that you see above depicts an inventory spreadsheet for Sprint which shows off that the LG Optimus G is about to arrive at its EOL status (End Of Life).