Android fans, this week us brought us the best look yet at the upcoming Xperia Z4; Samsung showed us that its Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge can take a beating, and a bending; LG began to unveil to unveil the G4 in slow motion, releasing info on its software and camera; HTC introduced the One M9+ in China, bringing a bigger screen, a different processor, and a fingerprint sensor; Cyanogen revealed the new features coming in CyanogenMod 12; and rumors emerged about Android Wear becoming compatible with iOS.
Join us as we take a very early look at what the LG G4 might look like. Keep in mind this post is based on a combination of speculation and early rumors.
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LG has now revealed that the LG G4 camera will be built in-house by LG Innotek, with a 16MP shooter with f/1.8 aperture on the rear, and an 8MP front cam.
LG has begun its Consumer Experience Campaign today, offering 4,000 winners the opportunity to test drive the LG G4 ahead of its April 28th launch.
LG’s latest teasers for the LG G4 indicate that the phone might have a leather back, as well as a f/1.8 aperture lens for the camera.
Google has just pushed out the newest build of Lollipop for the LG G Pad 8.3. For those who can’t wait for the OTA update, please see the link within.
LG has released further details about its upcoming UX 4.0 software, which will ship with the company’s new LG G4 smartphone.
In the first teaser video for the G4, LG is focusing on the phone’s rear camera, which will feature an f/1.8 aperture.
Following the announcement of the display panel that will equip the G4, LG is now revealing another crucial part of the G4 experience: the software.