If analyst Mark C. Newman is to correct, LG is preparing to launch its upcoming LG G2 on all four major U.S. networks. Read on to learn more!
When exactly is the LG G2 going to become available for sale? We’re here to help make sure the release date gets known at least for Europe and North America.
Is the world ready for triple-SIM phones? Korea-based LG seems to think so. The company, which recently found success selling the the dual-SIM-capable Optimus L4II in countries such as India and Brazil, now thinks that there is a merket for phones that have the ability to run a total of three SIMs at the same time.
Weeks to the expected launch date, Samsung reportedly hasn’t made a final decision on the display technology it will use on the Galaxy Note 3.
The LG D801 has now passed through the FCC, bringing with it AT&T-compatible LTE bands. Could the D801 be the LG G2? It certainly looks like it. Read on to learn more!
LG Electronics has released its earnings report for Q2 2013. The company banked a net profit of 156 billion won, and shipped a record 12.1 million smartphones. But is it enough to break the pessimistic investor attitude towards the smartphone market?
LG filed trademark applications for a number of “G” branded products, which may indicate that the company is planning to launch various wearable devices in the future.
LG has been making more than a few right moves over the past several quarters, despite not making records in terms of sales of their smartphones, either in the U.S. or globally. Today, LG brings us an official announcement: Where once we had the Nexus 4 and what it did for the acclaim of the Nexus franchise, we now have LG playing a close game of cat and mouse with its fraternal foe, incumbent Samsung of South Korea. Shortly thereafter, we saw the Optimus G, an excellent device in its own right, that, once again, didn’t make ‘huge’ waves. Most…
A new Wall Street Journal report adds further credence to the fact that the LG G2 will be announced in New York early next month and that it will indeed feature a 5.2-inch display.
LG has focused on the G2′s design and not only on the power of the hardware as it looks to boost its sales figures for the second half of 2013.
Will it be a Galaxy S4 killer?