You can buy a Red Nexus 5 for only $320 from Expansys. Not too long ago, Google announced that they’re stopping production on the handset, so you may want to jump on this deal before it’s too late!
In this roundup, we’re looking at the absolute best Android phones, the devices you can’t go wrong with. From sleek devices that impress through premium design, to powerhouses brimming with features, to great all-around devices, and affordable phones that punch above their weight, the Android ecosystem is populated by a staggering variety of great phones.
Which is the best round smartwatch available today? Find out when we take a look at the Motorola Moto 360 vs. the LG G Watch R.
We try not to look at manufacturer specific tools, but we like LG’s Guest Mode well enough to show you how to set it up and put it to work protecting you from snoopy friends.
A Google spokesperson confirmed to TechRadar that production of the Nexus 5 has stopped. Once the stock runs out, the black version of the Nexus 5 will be removed from the Play Store for good.
Now that the Nexus 6 is out and in (some) customer’s hands, Google has decided to phase out the white and red Nexus 5 variants from the Play Store.
According to industry sources, LG will unveil its first 4G smartwatch, tentatively named the G Watch R2, at the MWC in February 2015.
AT&T and LG are offering 50% off the LG Tone and/or G Watch, as well as a G Pad 7.0 LTE for $.99 — all with the purchase of any LG smartphone.
Despite persisting rumors of an LG G Pro 3, there is now talk that the company’s new management has decided to scrap the line all together, instead opting to focus on the G4 as the core flagship.
This year, giving the gift of Android, on the cheap, starts with our list of best Android smartwatches. Here’s what you need to know about the top choices.