Physical QWERTY keyboard phones are hard to come by these days, but that doesn’t mean that great ones don’t exist. Here’s a collection of the very best handsets, old and new. Check them out!
LG’s first curved smartphone, the G Flex, will be available in “over 20 European countries”, including the UK, Germany, France and Italy starting next month.
AT&T has officially announced that the LG G Flex will go up for pre-order starting January 24th. No word on when we can expect the device to ship, however.
According to sources in the Korean media, LG’s upcoming devices will feature QHD (1440×2560) displays, with the LG G3 heading our way as early as May.
Appetite for AMOLED displays has been steadily growing since 2010, but the industry could be at risk from a saturated high-end smartphone market. We explore what the future holds for AMOLED display technology.
According to a new leak, we now have spec details for the physical keyboard-equipped LG Optimus F3Q, which is rumored to be on its way to T-Mobile later this month.
Sprint has now announced that the LG G Flex will be available for preorder today, shipping by January 31st. Those looking to pick one up in-store will be able to do so starting February 7th.
For a limited time, AT&T is offering the Motorola Moto X or the LG G2 for ‘free’ with new two-year contract. Keep reading for more details!
According to LG Italy’s Facebook page, the LG G2 will see Android 4.4 KitKat by the end of March. Could this mean a global launch of KitKat for the G2 is coming around the same timeframe?
CES 2014 had it all, but there was a large focus on wearable technology, ranging from fitness bands with great new features and associated apps, to a slew of smart watches, and even a few augmented reality smart glasses. Add to the mix smartphones, tablets, all-in-one dual-boot tablet PCs, AR gaming tech, chipset announcements, and Android-powered connected cars, there was a lot to take in over the course of the event.