LG has now sent out invites for a press event on April 28th, where they are expected to formally announce the LG G4.
LG announced that its new lineup of mid-range devices, comprising the Magna, Spirit, Leon and Joy, will become available around the world in the following weeks.
Android fans, this week brought us closer to the release of the hot new Galaxy S6 and One M9; Cyanogen made waves again with its aggressive rhetoric against Google; leaks revealed our first credible look at the LG G4, due in late April; we heard rumors about the One M9+ and the Galaxy S6 Active; Google updated some of its apps and we heard reports about some new ones; a bezel-less Oppo device broke cover; Xiaomi teased a new device for March 31; and finally OnePlus said it’s preparing to unveil a… drone?
According to sources from Korea, the flagship LG G4 is to feature a curved display and will launch near the end of April.
Having LTE connectivity means the Watch Urbane LTE can replace a smartphone, but that convenience comes at a steep price.
Televisions and home entertainment systems can get pretty pricey. Want to upgrade yours for free? This is your last chance to win a 50-inch LG TV and Sound Bar at no cost whatsoever!
Following Sprint’s release of the LG G Flex 2, US Cellular has announced that LG’s latest high-end handset will be available on its network starting March 26th.
According to a new report out of South Korea, LG’s supply chain logistics aren’t likely to produce a metal casing for the LG G4. The rumored G4 Note might be another story, however.
In the face of customer apathy towards smartphone design, LG has a new one. Four, to be precise. The AKA series is about to hit the global market. Cuteness!
If you’d like to finally test the waters with 4K display technology, Amazon is offering a 40-inch LG 4K TV for only $499.