The LG G2 is finally official, and that means we’ve also got a complete list of specifications for us to compare to other devices on the market. Read on to find out how the G2 stacks up against other high-end smartphones.
Amazon has apparently delayed existing Chromecast orders by 2-3 months, although it still lists the device on its website.
Sony has just announced that they are finally putting to use what many industry experts are considering the highest PPI display ever created. This 0.7-inch (18.0mm diagonal) OLED panel (1280 x 720), is the product of “Sony’s unique OLED and semiconductor silicon drive technologies.” It provides extremely high contrast, and offers excellent color reproduction and a very fast refresh rate, which OLED displays are known for. Why is this a big deal? Read on! Sony is a big company. While they don’t actually make any real money off their Xperia line of devices, they do have a wide variety of other businesses…
Motorola is rumored to launch a Motorola Nexus smartphone – not a Moto X version – by the end of the year.
Deutsche Telekom has apparently confirmed that its Galaxy S3 will jump directly to Android 4.3, but did not provide actual release dates for the update.
The LG G2 has a 3000mAh battery that features a “step design” which takes advantage of the available space inside the handset and an increased battery density.
The first LG G2 TV ads highlighting certain features of the device have already been published on YouTube. See the 13 videos here!
The LG G2′s camera is the first 13-megapixel shooter in a phone to come with optical image stabilization features (OIS), and the camera can be activated using the buttons located on the back of the handset.
One of the highlights of the LG G2 is its 5.2-inch Full HD IPS display, with the company explaining several of its features during the show.
LG G2 has a bunch of new software features built on top of Android, including KnockOn, Guest Mode, Slide Aside and others. Here’s what they do!