LG announced today results for Q4 2013, and they are a mixed bag. Good smartphone sales could not help LG obtain a profit from its mobile business in the last quarter of 2013.
Late this evening on Sunday night, LG has just officially announced the LG G Pro 2. The successor to the LG (Optimus) G Pro, it’s nearly 100% likely that we will be seeing it at Mobile World Congress, 2014, an amazing event held this year from February 24-27 in Barcelona.
What are you looking forward in the world of Android over the next few months? What device gets your pulse racing? What upcoming phone or tablet is on your wishlist?
Curved displays look set to become increasingly common. CES 2014 saw the unveiling of various curved televisions, and the appropriately named LG G Flex is a similarly curvy phone. If you fancy the idea of adding the curvy device to your pocket, it’s available to pre-order from AT&T for $299.99 on a two year contract. Order now and it’ll ship on 4th February.
Just last week, @evleaks tweeted that the LG G Pad 8.3 was on its way to Verizon packing full support for 4G LTE, now an FCC filing has arrived lending further credence to the claim.
A Vietnamese retailer published an image that supposedly shows a red version of the Nexus 5. Google may also introduce a yellow version in the future.
Mobile World Congress 2014 is just around the corner and with just one month to wait, the rumors about what we might expect to see showcased are starting to hot up. The latest device tipped to make an appearance is the LG G Pro 2, the successor to the LG Optimus G Pro.
Physical QWERTY keyboard phones are hard to come by these days, but that doesn’t mean that great ones don’t exist. Here’s a collection of the very best handsets, old and new. Check them out!
LG’s first curved smartphone, the G Flex, will be available in “over 20 European countries”, including the UK, Germany, France and Italy starting next month.
AT&T has officially announced that the LG G Flex will go up for pre-order starting January 24th. No word on when we can expect the device to ship, however.