LG has brought in professional photographer Colby Brown to showcase just what the LG G4’s camera is capable of.
South Korean customers who order their LG G4 before May 31st will be offered one free screen replacement in the first year and a 64GB microSD card.
Android fans, LG seems bent on revealing everything about the G4 ahead of its official announcement on April 28, and while leaks are fun and all, we can’t say we’re mad that we’re getting some actual info straight from the source. This week also brought us some more news suggesting the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will be sales hits; Google updated several of its apps and launched a brand new one; Cyanogen made waves with its Microsoft partnership; and Huawei introduced the sleek P8 and its totally excessive variant, the 6.8-inch P8 Max.
In its apparent mission to reveal everything about the G4 ahead of its unveiling, LG has now confirmed the LG G4 will have a leather back cover.
Battery life actually worsens over time, due to the inherent decay of the cathode inside. But how bad is this decay?
In its latest teaser video, LG briefly highlights some of the changes found in their new “Quantum QHD” display.
Is a new annual flagship smartphone worth your hard-earned money, or is a low-cost handset worth a second look?
Packing features like microSD and a removable battery, alongside an arguably more premium design than the G3, could the LG G4 be the perfect alternative to the Galaxy S6 for power users?
About two months ago, AT&T became the first US carrier to offer the update to the G3, and a week ago T-mobile followed suit. Now it’s Verizon’s turn.
The LG G4 isn’t supposed to be unveiled until April 28th, but that’s not stopping fairly detailed images of the G4 from leaking to the web!