This week in your world of Android: Paranoid Android and CyanogenMod released big updates, a string of Samsung rumors surfaced, the G Watch leaked extensively, the OnePlus One finally shipped (not without controversy), news emerged about Google’s plan to unify design across platforms, and Samsung introduced the AMOLED Galaxy Tab S tablets.
The LG G3′s Knock Code lets users unlock the phone straight from sleep state through a combination of taps. Our feature focus looks at the pros and cons.
The LG G Pad 7.0, 8.0 and 10.1 aim to find a spot in the mid-tier market with capable tablets and variable sizes. Not to mention, very accessible prices.
In this shootout, we take a look at the quality, features, strengths, and shortcomings of the LG G3′s camera.
Quantum Dot is said to drop our jaws. It will bring LCD displays the amazing color range only AMOLED displays have seen so far, and production starts soon!
Interested in purchasing an LG G Watch? New rumors shed light on what could be the device’s release date, as well as a price estimation.
The industry keeps pushing bezels away like they are some kind of bacterial disease, making for devices that are nearly all screen. Is this a problem?
We have learned that Google will not only showcase several Android Wear devices at Google I/O 2014, all attendees will even receive a free LG G Watch.
Announced June 9th, LG has provided availability to the QCircle SDK. This allows developers to build their apps to work on the circular portion of display made active with the QuickCircle case on the LG G3.
The UI on the G3 is cleaner and fresher than before, and the features that LG added are quite useful. If you want to learn more about them, here’s a collection of short videos that will walk you through some of the most important software features of the G3.