We take a look at some of the reasons to be excited for the LG G3, but not without looking at the other side of the coin in some instances.
The LG G3 is now official, but when can we actually get our hands on the device? Unfortunately, LG is mostly keeping mum on the situation for now, though the first details about expected availability are already starting to trickle in.
This week in your world of Android: the LG G3 landed in style, more rumors about HTC’s M8 Ace and M8 Prime emerged, Samsung introduced its Simband, Google released updates for Maps, Camera, and Android Device Manager, we saw the first hands-on video of Android Wear, and we learned more details about Android TV.
The UBREAKIFIX team has gone ahead and taken it all apart, showing us all its components and giving us an idea of how easily repairable it is.
The LG G3 was a bit of a surprise, coming late to a party dominated by devices from Samsung and HTC. But now that it’s here, is it all that you dreamed it would be? Are you impressed with what it offers, or were you hoping for more? What surprised you the most in a good way, and what disappointed you?
We have seen countless photos of the LG G Watch, but today’s new video gives us the first hands-on look in existence. Come in and check it out!
The new LG G3 is a feature packed smartphone, which includes an industry first – a laser sensor auto focus camera. We take a look at how it works.
While Apple is already set to use more of sapphire glass in its upcoming devices, Samsung and LG are also exploring the technology.
LG has reportedly confirmed its plans to release the LG Vu 4 and G Flex 2 in the second half of 2014.
We pit two of the best flagship smartphones currently available against each other, as we take a quick look at the LG G3 vs Sony Xperia Z2!