LG is estimated to have sold approximately 59.6 million smartphones throughout 2014, according to industry sources, up from 47.6 million units in the previous year.
LG’s vice president has stated that the G Flex 2’s performance is “satisfactory” and that there isn’t an issue with its Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 SoC overheating.
Samsung is to launch its next flagship, the Galaxy S6, on March 2nd at MWC 2015, but an executive from LG has ruled out a March appearance for the G4.
A recently released report by TrendForce shows that not only is the global smartphone market increasing, but so too is the dominance of Chinese OEMs.
Join us as we take a very early look at what the LG G4 might look like. Keep in mind this post is based on a combination of speculation and early rumors.
LG has released an official introductory video to guide you though the unique features found in its flexible G Flex 2 smartphone.
Amazon.de has listed a price of €599.99 for the new LG G Flex 2, which is quite reasonable for a cutting edge smartphone.
Released on Christmas 2014, the LG Fx0 stands as being Japan’s first Firefox OS device, as well as the platform’s most impressive spec spread yet. Thoughts!
New devices, amazing technologies, lots of gadgets, some more useful than others. It was the week of CES, and, as always, it was a wild ride. The star of the show was LG’s curved G Flex 2, but a slew of other devices made their debut in Las Vegas. HTC brought the selfie-focused Desire 826, Lenovo launched several smartphones, ZTE had a nifty Android-powered projector, Sony introduced a new Smartwatch 3 model and a crazy expensive Android Walkman, Nvidia made a big fuss about its latest mobile chip, and, outside of CES, Samsung announced its newest mid-range smartphones. And that’s the biggest news – dozens of smaller companies announced everything from smart flower pots, to motorized belts, to self-driving vehicles.
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We’ve rounded up the best smartphone and tablet news from CES 2015. If you haven’t had time to catch any of our coverage so far, now is the time to do so!