UK retailer Clove just put up a pre-order page for LG’s latest superphone, the G2. The device is expected to ship at the end of September.
The LG G2 comes packed with some pretty unique features but perhaps none more unique than Guest Mode. This lets you set up custom profiles for guest users.
With LG’s latest flagship, the LG G2 having been unveiled late last week in New York, tech pundits, curious consumers, and others are already beginning to think about the arrival of the highly anticipated Nexus 5, rumoured to land in our hands around October this year. There were more than a few murmurings that we would be seeing a Google Play Edition of LG’s latest flagship, which was publicly denied by LG’s PR. He confirmed that LG did not have any plans to release a Google Edition of the LG G2, but added “… as of right now”. This suggests…
We take a “by the numbers” look at the new LG G2 and how it compares to its predecessor, the Optimus G.
LG cancelled a nationwide marketing campaign after 20 people were injured while trying to win a free LG G2.
The South Korean variant of the LG G2 features a microSD card slot and a removable battery, unlike the international version.
This week, the LG G2 landed, JBQ vented his Qualcomm-induced frustrations, ADM rolled out to users, Samsung asked us to save the date for the Note 3, while Motorola criticized competitors for not being “truly smart”. To top it off: Nexus rumors! It was a busy summer week, so let’s get to it!
Despite the company’s troubles, HTC still remains among the top 3 smartphones brands in the U.S. We have to wonder though, with LG and Motorola not terribly far behind, can HTC hold on to this position?
On this edition of the Friday Debate, we talk about the newly announced LG G2, a powerful Android masterpiece with a bevvy of clever tricks, but also a couple of controversial features. Critics point out the unoriginal design and somehow clumsy UI, while LG believers praise the innovation that the company has baked in the G2. So, which side are you on?
LG unveiled the L1 II, a sub-$100 Android device set to go up for sale soon. It’s a great little performer, and is perfect for the low-end market. Curious to know more? Read on to find out!