The G Flex 2 is almost here, with Sprint announcing today that it will launch the phone on March 13th and will begin taking pre-order tomorrow, February 20th.
How does LG’s most recent curved screen smartphone hold up against the company’s 2014 flagship? We find that out, and more, in our comprehensive look at the LG G Flex 2 vs the LG G3.
Before diving into a full review, we unbox and give you our first impressions of the striking LG G Flex 2,
LG just announced a sleek new smartwatch that’s coming at MWC next month, but we’ll have to wait until April for LG’s most anticipated device, the G4.
LG is reportedly bringing a new luxury smartwatch to the wearables game, to be announced at MWC, here us what we’ve seen so far of the LG G Watch Urbane.
Beating Sprint to the punch, the LG G3 update to Android 5.0.1 Lollipop has begun rolling out for users on AT&T’s network.
LG has just released a new virtual reality headset for the G3 called VR for G3. The headset is built in conjunction with Google’s VR platform, allowing users to download VR experiences directly from the Play Store.
Looking for a great Android phone on AT&T? It doesn’t get much better than the LG G3 available with a free $100 gift card on Amazon right now.
LG, Microsoft, Motorola, OPPO, Sony and Xiaomi have issued a joint press release with Qualcomm to praise the allegedly troubled Snapdragon 810 SoC.
In an earnings conference, LG admitted that they had seen some issues with the initial batches of Snapdragon 810 chips but had since worked out all the issues with Qualcomm. Furthermore, LG says that the G Flex 2 and LG G4 won’t be affected by the 810’s alleged problems.