Leading Korean brand in Consumer Electronics, LG has today announced ‘The Great Indian Selfie’ campaign to promote its selfie centric smartphones including G3, G3 Beat, G3 Stylus, L Bello and L Fino. LG invites all Indian smartphone users in this campaign and participate to create largest selfie canvas in the world.
LG will set up ‘The Selfie Smile Click Studios’ in 11 Indian cities. To participate in this campaign participants need to go to these studios and click a selfie picture by using LG’s unique gesture selfie focused smartphone or they can also click selfie photos from anywhere in India using their smartphones and upload it on http://www.lg.com/in/g3/hiselfie.html.
These Selfie Smile Click Studios will be set up between between 19th to 21st December in Gurgaon, Jaipur, Kolkata, Pune, Bangalore, Chennai and between 26th to 28th December 2014 in Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad and Cochin. Several fun props will also be present on LG Studios which you can creatively use to make your selfies interesting and unique.
LG wants to highlight the software feature which allows you to take selfies conveniently just by simple gestures. If you are into selfies, you must know that pressing the shutter key- hardware or software – is distracting and can ruin the delicate balance required for the perfect frame.
Apart from promoting gesture skills of LG smartphones, the company also aims to make and break several selfie world records with this campaign.
Mr. Amit Gujral, Marketing Head, LG Mobiles, said, “We are very excited to invite the people of India to be a part of the Great Indian Selfie campaign. This will be a memorable and unique opportunity for the people to come together across the country and create a single canvas that represents India to the world like never before. We at LG Mobiles are creating an environment and platform that offers the biggest opportunity in history for people to experience the fun way of clicking selfies. We also aim to break some of the biggest selfie records in the world in this endeavor.”