With so many Android manufacturers out there, what do you look for when buying a handset? Which manufacturer do you throw your weight behind, and why?
LG has officially taken the wraps off a new G3 variant, the LG G3 A. The new handset is basically just an LG G2 with new looks and a few new features.
The LG G3 Stylus will be out by the end of the third-quarter (ending in September) and will feature a screen of about 5.5-inch, just like the vanilla G3.
LG appears to be working on a stylus-equipped G3 variant, as shown in an official promo video that the company put up for G3 Beat launch.
Analysts from several Korean investment firms estimate that LG could sell more than 60 million smartphones in 2014, thanks to the great performance of the G3 flagship. For comparison, LG managed to move 47.5 million smartphone units in 2013, and 26 million in the year before.
Along with the standard Android 4.4.2 KitKat features, Verizon’s LG G Pad 8.3 LTE will get LG’s Knock Code and other performance improvements as a part of an OTA update that is rolling out now.
Research conducted by IDC shows a decline in Samsung’s global smartphone shipments in Q2 2014, as emerging markets show a preference for lower-cost Chinese vendors.
The LG G Vista is not meant to be the phone of your dreams, but carries a fair price tag and some features that will seem glorious to many
Starting in August, LG will begin rolling out the G3 in Moon Violet and Burgundy Red to select markets and carriers.
LG Korea has now announced plans to release an Android version of its Intel I5-powered Tab Book. Can we say overkill?