Sick of waiting to get your hands on the LG Nexus 4 and looking for an alternative? If you don’t mind signing a contract, Amazon Wireless is now carrying the AT&T version of the Optimus G for just $49.
Even though it’s early in the new year, it’s clear that LG will play a more important role in the Android universe in 2013, considering the plethora of LG-related Android rumors we get almost on a daily basis.
Considering the LG Optimus G as an alternative to the Nexus 4, but just won’t settle for anything less than stock Android? A new mod could be the solution to your problems, transforming the Optimus G into a Nexus 4.
LG has released Jelly Bean 4.1.2 for the Optimus G in South Korea. No confirmation on when those in other countries and carriers can expect the update.
When it comes to color choices for the LG Optimus G, you either pick black or you pick white. The good news is that burgundy might soon be joining the pack as well.
LG, looking at all the buzz generated by Samsung’s ads making fun of the iPhone, has decided to do the same thing, albeit only in Korea thus far. So are the ads any good? Not really.
Looking to get some new toys? Look no further than the great deals that Amazon Wireless has on Sprint’s Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and LG Optimus G.
LG Optimus G owners who would like their device to look and feel more like its close cousin the Nexus 4 may be getting closer to seeing their goal realized, but there’s still a lot of work to go.
According to the data gathered by Strategy Analytics, Samsung took the biggest chunk of the LTE smartphone market, with its LTE-enabled devices accounting for 40% of total unit sales. This number is actually lower than its record last quarter, which reached 50.9% at its peak. But it’s still a good deal greater than the share of other phone makers like LG, Motorola, and Apple.
According to the Korean website Asian Economics, LG’s 2013 flagship phone, the Optimus G2, will have a 5.5 inch 1080p display. Previous rumors suggested it would have a 5 inch full HD panel, but this newest piece of information suggests that LG isn’t afraid to go even bigger.