We already know a good deal of what to expect at MWC 2014, and here’s where we bring it altogether. Let’s look at the biggest news we expect to come out of Barcelona starting February 24.
A week ahead of Mobile World Congress, LG is letting us know about their L Series III line. The LG L40, LG L70 and LG L90 are decidedly mid-range devices that do not compromise on style and design.
This week in your world of Android: Google was rumored to impose more restrictions to OEMs, HTC’s upcoming devices leaked, LG detailed the G Pro 2, Flappy Bird was taken down, Google updated some of its core apps, more Galaxy S5 details surfaced, Nokia’s Android device was confirmed, and Oppo announced the launch date of the Find 7.
Right now NewEgg is offering the LG G Pad 8.3 for just $250, combining the sale price with an instant $30 discount. Keep reading for more details!
After a few months of usage, we take a look at the the Google Nexus 5, the smartphone that provides the ideal combination of specifications and affordability,
Unwilling to wait for Mobile World Congress, LG just announced its latest flagship phone: the LG G Pro 2. Read on for more info!
A new teaser imaged released by LG confirms that the LG G2 Mini will be unveiled at MWC on February 24th. Keep reading to learn more!
This week in your world of Android: the HTC M8 leaked, Samsung revealed the Galaxy S5 launch date, Google released the Chromecast SDK, details about the G2 Pro leaked, the red Nexus 5 launched, the rumored HTC Nexus made the rounds, and Google updated several of its top apps.
These are the essential stories, the summary of an entire week in just a few words. It’s must read Android.
Android 4.2.2 has begun to roll out to the LG G2 in Korea and is expected to roll out to G2 phones around the globe by the end of the first quarter.
As expected, the LG G Flex and LG Optimus F3Q have arrived to T-Mobile’s network. Both handsets can be purchased either online or in-store.