If you’d like to finally test the waters with 4K display technology, Amazon is offering a 40-inch LG 4K TV for only $499.
It’s been a fun week in the world of Android. Google finally dropped Android 5.1 and it’s more than just bug fixes. New features may also be coming soon to Android Wear. We heard more about Samsung’s hot new Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, including talk about an Active version featuring a massive battery. More rumors about LG’s and HTC’s next hero devices emerged, and Google has released a cheaper and nicer Chromebook Pixel!
The LG G Flex 2 has made its way to Sprint for $199.99 on-contract, and is now available in both Volcano Red and Platinum Silver color options.
A new report states that LG plans to launch the “G4 Note” later this year, perhaps to compete with the Samsung Galaxy Note line and the iPhone 6 Plus.
LG Mobile’s CEO stated his company’s intention to release a product line superior to the G-series. Let’s explore what he might be so excited about and why.
Not even 24 hours after a leak claiming to depict an early press render of the LG G4’s rear hit, the front and sides are now making their rounds as well.
An early (non-final) press render of the upcoming LG G4 smartphone has appeared on Twitter, suggesting that the phone will have a slightly curved display.
LG is targeting 10 million sales in 2015 for its upcoming G4 flagship smartphone, building on the success of the G3’s 6-7 million units sold.
According to analytic firm iSuppli, the next Nexus won’t just be assembled and manufactured in China, but designed there as well. The beneficiary? Huawei!
According to Juno Cho, CEO of LG Mobile, LG plans to release a smartphone with higher-end specifications than the popular G series.