Thanks to a newly leaked image from @evleaks, we now have had our first look at the LifeBand Touch, a possible upcoming fitness tracker from LG. This isn’t the first time we’ve heard rumors about such a device, either.
This week in your world of Android: rumors of Samsung’s new Note Pro tablet surfaced, Google fought back against Rockstar, news broke of LG’s upcoming wearable devices, Oppo launched the CyanogenMod-running N1, and two big custom ROMs hit KitKat milestones.
At CES 2014, LG will demo a new HomeChat system that will allow Android users to chat via SMS messages with their smart appliances.
According to two new reports coming out of Korea, LG is currently preparing to unveil two new wearable devices alongside the LG G3 next year at MWC. Keep reading for more details!
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Is the LG G Flex a great phone? When the novelty factor wears off, will you be pleased with its build quality, performance, and user experience? We try to answer these and more questions in our LG G Flex review
Thanks to the efforts of XDA developer bigfau, the LG G Flex’s Split View mode has now been ported over to the LG G2. Reportedly the ported feature is very stable with no major issues.
With its crisp display, stealthy black color scheme, and the reassuring hardness of aluminum, the G Pad 8.3 GPe is certainly a good looking device. And its innards are nothing to scoff at. But at $350, the tablet is no impulse buy for most of us, especially considering the competitors out there going for the same or a smaller price. Is it worth it?
WebOS lives! Don’t get too excited though, there’s no new Pre or TouchPad to drool over, it’s just a TV. Read on for more!
In this edition of the Friday Debate, we talk about the fine distinction between Google’s own Nexus devices and the devices sold through the Google Play edition program. What do you prefer? If money was no object, what would you buy and why? Is the Nexus line superior to Google Play edition phones? Is the fact that GPE devices were designed with certain software features in mind taking away from their appeal as pure Android devices?
Join us in the discussion, vote in our poll, and sound off in the comments!