As expected, the LG G Flex and LG Optimus F3Q have arrived to T-Mobile’s network. Both handsets can be purchased either online or in-store.
As hinted by a previously leaked Sprint memo, it turns out that February 4th is indeed the day that the Nexus 5 arrives in red to the Play Store. Grab the handset now in 16 or 32GB variants.
As expected, the LG G Flex has now arrived to AT&T’s network for purchase online. The handset is priced at $299.99 with 2-year contract, or can also be purchased via AT&T Next.
OIS Plus adds what LG calls EIS (Electro Image System) to further eliminate blurring and shaking caused by hand tremors and movement.
This week in your world of Android: Samsung and Google signed a massive patent deal, Google sold Motorola to Lenovo, Samsung reportedly agreed to cut back on Android customizations, we learned a few more details about the HTC M8 and the Galaxy S5, Chrome apps for Android got rolling, and a rumor about the death of the Nexus made the rounds.
If a newly leaked Sprint document proves correct, the red Nexus 5 will arrive to the Play Store on February 4th. Read on for more details!
We take a look at some of the best LG G2 cases, featuring various levels of protection and price points.
A pair of leaked images claiming to be of LG’s new G Pro 2, which is scheduled for launch next month, have been leaked on the Korean forum, DC Inside. The unconfirmed photos reveal some similarities to features from LG’s various lineups, most notably are the rear mounted buttons, previously seen on the G2.
Global smartphone shipments surpassed the one billion unit milestone last year. Surprisingly, Lenovo, LG, and Huawei were some of the best performing manufacturers, while Apple failed to keep the pace.
LG has now officially announced the QSlide SDK, which will allow third-party apps to integrate LG’s floating window features.