Andrew Grush discusses why the LG G4 better fits what he’s looking for in a phone, over the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge. Do you agree, or is the Galaxy S6 the better match for you?
Having purchased a Galaxy S6, the newly announced LG G4 simply lacks the substantial hype and awe factor needed to pass my purchase prescription. Here are my reasons.
LG is supporting the launch of the G4 with some marketing muscle, including this series of commercials that will soon begin airing on TV. The clips focus on the key strong suits of the G4: its design, display, and camera.
FreedomPop is offering an LG Optimus F3 with a one-month free trial of the carrier’s Unlimited Everything plan (unlimited calling, texting and data) for just $29.
LG has released an official promotional video for its LG G4 flagship, showcasing the best features that the new handset has to offer.
LG posts strong profits for the first quarter of 2015, as the company sees smartphone shipments grow by 26 percent year-on-year.
T-Mobile has just announced that it will carry the LG G Stylo and LG Leon LTE sometime this spring.
Tim McDonough, head of marketing at Qualcomm, explains that LG’s decision to use the Snapdragon 808 in the LG G4 was entirely based on cost and timing, not overheating issues.
The LG G4 is the only major flagship announced so far with removable battery support. This has us asking, how important do you feel this feature is?
We round up all of the places you’ll be able to buy the LG G4!