The display-making arm of LG announced today it will start the mass production of a plastic-based flexible display, confirming rumors that surfaced last week.
This week, the veil lifted on the Nexus 5, Android 4.4 KitKat leaked, we got confirmation that curved phones are coming soon, the Note 3 launched amidst controversy, Google downplayed Android malware, and the benchmark debacle erupted.
The LG G2 is one of the hottest sensations of the year. It has awesome features like KnockOn, Plug & Pop, Guest Mode, and much, much more. And we’re going to show you how to get the most out of the device! Read on for our 10 tips & tricks for the LG G2!
On this edition of the Friday Debate, we discuss benchmarks. There’s a bit of a scandal going on in the Android community, following reports that several large manufacturers are artificially boosting their scores in benchmarks. Do you care? Or is the whole issue overblown?
A Korean site reports that Samsung’s curved screen phone will not feature an S Pen and will not be a rugged variant of the Note 3 as we first thought. The phone will be similar to the Youm prototypes we’ve first seen at CES back in January.
LG is preparing to launching a 6-inch curved display phone called G Flex. Don’t let the name mislead you though – the device itself will not be flexible.
AnandTech just released a damning report on benchmark cheating, revealing that, with a few exceptions, devices from major Android OEMs are “optimized” to deliver top results in benchmark tests.
We find it unlikely that the Nexus 5 would feature a MEMS camera from DigitalOptics as recently reported. Here are the reasons why.
LG has opted for the path of least resistance with their latest flagship, the LG G2. For the record, we’re smitten with its anorexic bezels, incredible performance, and much more. Of course,... the button placement isn’t going to please everyone, but in our time with it so far, we think that LG has made a very intelligent decision here, and one that works well in practice.
The LG Vu 3 is the successor to the LG Optimus Vu 2, which retains the square 4:3 aspect ratio of its predecessor and adds a more powerful Snapdragon 800 processor. Read on for more!