The LG G Pad 8.3 didn’t get Android 4.4.3 in time, but Google and LG had bigger plans in mind. The device is getting updated straight to Android 4.4.4.
ATAP has revealed that the first consumer-oriented Tango device will be released early next year, with LG as Google’s launch partner.
The first two Android Wear devices are here, but they may not be the ones you were expecting.
As expected, Google just took the wraps off Android Wear, and, along with it, the LG G Watch. Here’s what you need to know about the LG G Watch.
If you prefer other unlocking methods, LG wants to convince you that Knock Code is better, and is doing so with these four promo clips.
The two South Korean phone giants go head to head as we take a closer look at the LG G3 vs the Samsung Galaxy S5!
This week in your world of Android: Android 4.4.4 took us by surprise, ART replaced Dalvik in AOSP, Google released updates to several of its core apps, the Galaxy S5 LTE-A launched in South Korea, Amazon finally unveiled its smartphone, reports emerged about Google’s Android in the car plans, and hacker Geohot released a widely effective root method.
These are the essential stories, the summary of an entire week in just a few words. It’s Android Weekly.
With the new LG G Pad 7.0 hitting store shelves now and the G Pad 8 and G Pad 10.1 sure to soon follow, LG has graced us with a video advertisement. They call it the LG G Pad Movie.
LG’s Ken Hong was recently interviewed and asked about LG’s possible involvement with the Nexus 6 — or whatever Google may call it. The exec flat out denied that LG is currently working on such a device.
LG is upping the ante again, as the first mainstream manufacturer to offer a smartphone that breaks the Full HD barrier. But is that all the G3 has to offer? We find out in this comprehensive review of the LG G3!