This time around, the company is expected to sell 15 million Android handsets in the same period, based on data released by Mirae Asset Securities.
According to a report by the Korea-based Yonhap News Agency, this will be the first time LG will sell 5 million smartphones in a month -- the company previously managed 4.4 million handsets a month in the Q4 2013.
Analysts also added that that LG is on track to turn a profit in it mobile division, which has been remained stagnant due to an increase in marketing costs (needed to compete with rivals such as Samsung). It posted a 43.4 billion won ($42 million) operating loss in Q4 2013.
LG's continued success is likely dependent on its lower-end models in its lineup, but the company will need its high-end devices such as the latest G Pro 2 as well as last year's G2 flagship to drive its brand presence globally. The upcoming G3 will likely also help boost the company's profile.