LG and Verizon Wireless have rolled out an update to the LG Intuition and it is causing some serious problems to the device. Are you having issues with it after updating?
Well, this is a disappointment. LG’s supposed grand MWC outing, teased quite heavily in the past weeks, turned out to be nothing more than a recap of previously released and/or leaked devices.
MWC is rapidly closing in on us and, with Samsung and HTC nearly confirmed as taking the event quite lightly, we need another “hero” to step in and capture the Barcelona spotlight. Could that someone else be LG?
The Galaxy Note 2 has done very well globally, but what about in their own home country? Both LG and Samsung have confirmed that their latest phablet efforts have managed to sell at least a million devices in South Korea.
Join us as we discuss the epic fails of mobile tech in 2012. These are the devices, platforms, apps and features that promised much and delivered little.
Although not the first company to make a phablet, Samsung is currently dominating this sub segment of the Android smartphone market. But why is that?
LG’s first Jelly Bean-running Android device will be the upcoming Nexus 4 – which will run Android 4.2 out of the box, a software version that will still be part of Jelly Bean according to rumors – but what about other LG Android handsets, especially high-end ones?
When LG announced the Optimus Vu in February of this year, we were taken aback. The device was obviously intended to be a Samsung Galaxy Note clone, but LG’s key differentiator with the Vu was the screen. Whereas practically every phone on the market makes use of a 16:9 display, LG opted to go 4:3 with the Vu, which made it impossible to hold, much less slide into your pocket. Today LG is announcing the Vu II, and it has that same display.
The Optimus Vu 2 was first mentioned in August, but at the time LG was completely mum on the second gen phablet’s spec sheet and availability details. However, someone seems to have spilled the beans big-time, because Android Greed has a trio of very legit-looking images showing off the Optimus Vu 2’s new design and listing most of its features.
Your LG senses have been tingling for months for the Optimus Vu, which we all know has been rebranded as the Intuition by Verizon. Following yesterday’s leaked screenshot that revealed September 6 as the official coming out date for the oversized phone, Verizon and LG finally announced the arrival of the phablet alternative.