FCC documents reveal an LG smartphone that looks a lot like the device spotted at the KitKat unveiling. Could it be the next Nexus?
A new FCC filing and @evleaks’ own retraction dispel the confusion around the device codenamed LG D820, which is not just an LG G2 variant after all.
As previously announced, the LG G2 is now available from both T-Mobile and AT&T.
While most Nexus 4 owners likely bought their handset through Google Play, those with the T-Mobile version can now trade it in to Best Buy for up to $262.50 in store credit.
One of the main features of the new iPhone 5S is the Touch ID fingerprint sensor. But is it a user experience breakthrough or a solution in search of a problem?
Featuring a Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM, and one wicked camera, the Sony Xperia Z1 is one impressive device, perhaps one of the best devices we’ve see in years. But just how well does it fare against the recently released LG G2? Read on to find out!
The LG G Pad is a solid looking tablet with quite a few cool features, but probably the one that stands out the most is the new Q-Pair function. Join us as we take a look at how it works!
It was a busy, busy week for Android lovers, with everything from exciting product launches, to category-defining products, to new versions of Android and glimpses of what’s to come. These are the essential stories, the summary of an entire week in just a few phrases. It’s must read Android.
With the dust settling somewhat from several huge announcements from Samsung, Sony and others yesterday, we look towards the announcements of the day, at IFA Berlin, 2013. We got to spend some... more quality hands on time with Sony’s amazing QX Lenses, the bold and beautiful first true flagship from Sony, the Xperia Z1, and also did a few quick comparisons of the hottest phones of the day...
Earlier today, T-Mobile unveiled its release and pricing details for the LG G2. Now Verizon and AT&T have both followed suit with announcements of their own. Keep reading to learn more!