Despite initial claims, LG and Qualcomm have just officially confirmed that the G4 does in fact support Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0.
Android fans, this week brought us the kind of news we all love and anticipate: the firsts sighting of a new Android version. Check it out and the other news of the week!
Does LG’s latest Android Wear smartwatch offering deserve a place on your wrist? We find out, in the LG Watch Urbane review!
This year, giving the gift of Android, on the cheap, starts with our list of best Android smartwatches. Here’s what you need to know about the top choices.
The folks at iFixit recently tore apart an LG Watch Urbane, revealing that the new wearable is surprisingly easy to fix.
It seems UK users aren’t the only ones being given an opportunity to test the LG G4 ahead of its retail launch, as a similar promo is now coming to the US.
Android fans, this week brought us the much anticipated LG G4. Featuring a striking leather outfit, a vibrant display, and a top-notch camera, LG’s device shapes up to be one of the top smartphones of the year and go head to head with Samsung’s Galaxy S6. In other news, Microsoft announced that Android apps will be able to run on Windows devices with just a few modifications; an intriguing rumor surfaced about a possible Xperia P successor; the divorce between Cyanogen and OnePlus was all but made official; Google made it possible to control tons of apps with voice commands; and we’ve got a glimpse of the upcoming Oppo R7.
LG has just released a new app that allows you to initiate calls on your phone from your watch, though you won’t be able to use it unless you have the Watch Urbane.
That’s right, we’ve changed the name of our podcast to just FDP. We saw that you guys like the hashtag #FDP and we wanted to keep it, too! And among other reasons, “Friday... Debate” just didn’t make as much sense anymore. So, we are now the FDP – where P stands for Podcast.
This week, we have a really special episode with some very special friend...
LG is now recruiting 200 testers in the UK to try out the new LG G4 and give the company feedback before the device is released to the masses.