An alleged press render for the LG G2 has been published by a trusted source, with less than a day until the phone becomes official.
Come tomorrow the LG G2 will officially be unveiled to the world, but when can we actually expect to see it land on store shelves? For those in Korea, it could be coming as early as August 8th.
The LG G2 will apparently use a nano-SIM instead of regular size SIM cards, and won’t have a fingerprint sensor as some rumors have mentioned.
The idea behind the study was to see which mobile operating systems and which manufacturers people preferred, while appreciating their former device OEM and OS. As it turns out, iOS is a clear winner for loyalty across the board, but that figure can be a bit skewed.
If you still don’t know just how excited you should be over the fact that the LG G2 is now on its way, we’re here to show you a little something that should put some things into perspective. You see, the LG G2 — under the codename LG-D802 — recently showed up on AnTuTu Benchmark with a very impressive benchmark score of nearly 30,000 points. It clocked in at 29,909 points, to be exact. And that is no small feat. Given that the current high score on the AnTuTu Benchmark ratings page sits at just a bit over 20,000 points,…
We’ve seen quite a few odd marketing moves in our time, but this hookup between LG and the Vienna Boys’ Choir has to be one of the most …interesting.
We know the LG G2 is coming on August 7, and it’s bringing a (rather familiar) case along for the ride too! Read on for all the details!
If two newly leaked images are to be believed, the LG Vu 3 is currently in the works. The latest member of the Vu family appears to hold on to the same 4:3 aspect ratio found on earlier Vu devices.
One analyst thinks Google will choose LG instead of Asus as a partner for the 2014 7-inch Nexus tablet. Why we shouldn’t rush to conclusions.
If analyst Mark C. Newman is to correct, LG is preparing to launch its upcoming LG G2 on all four major U.S. networks. Read on to learn more!