Buried inside the details about its financial results for the first quarter 2014, LG has confirmed that its next flagship smartphone the LG G3 will be released soon.
LG has reported a 319 percent increase in its Q1 net profits, due to strong sales of larger-sized TVs. It also shipped 12.3 million smartphones in the quarter.
A newly leaked image of the LG G3 has surfaced, showing off slightly redesigned rear-mounted buttons that appear to be flatter that what was found on the G2.
This week in your world of Android: the OnePlus One landed with a bang, Hangouts got smarter, a Nexus 8 rumor made the rounds, Plus boss Vic Gundotra announced he’s leaving Google, the Tab 4 line... got a release date, and more LG G3 specs leaked out.
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OLED looks to be the technology of choice for future wearables, as rumors suggest that Apple has placed an order with LG for 12 million flexible OLED displays.
Newly leaked screenshots show off what may be a revamped UI for the LG G3, alongside a brief look at LG’s Google Now-like ‘concierge’ service.
A new LG handset labeled LG-LS990 (aka the LG G3) has been spotted in an User Agent profile on Sprint’s official website, detailing a full spec list.
LG has now revealed more features of the G Watch smartwatch, along with a trove of images showing the device from every angle.
This week in your world of Android: clues of Android 4.4.3 emerged, the G3 broke cover, a phone killswitch initiative was announced, we learned more Project Ara details, Google released a new stock Android camera and updated other apps, and the OnePlus One’s design finally leaked.
A leaked shot of the retail packaging of LG’s next hero device confirms its G3 name and hints that at least one version will be offered in gold.