The LG Optimus G will be launched in 50 more countries by the end of the month, but it's all rather late.
Initially launched way back in August 2012 the Optimus G found its way into Korea, Japan, the US and Canada, but the rest of the world had seemingly been ignored.
Until now that is, with LG thinking that six months after launch would be the ideal time to bring the handset to a bunch of new markets – we're not so sure.
LG has confirmed to TechRadar that the Optimus G will be coming to the UK, with a spokesperson saying: "The UK is included in Optimus G launching countries list."
We're pretty sure the Optimus G which arrives on UK shores won't sport the TV antenna hidden away in the Korean version of the handset we got hands on with last September, but you can expect a 4.7-inch HD IPS display, Android Jelly Bean, 4G LTE, NFC technology and a quad-core processor to be present.
Other specs are up in the air with the Korean version of the handset sporting a 13MP camera, while some US variants make do with an 8MP snapper.