With Samsung, HTC and Sony reportedly hard at work on their 2013 flagship smartphones, it was only a matter of time until LG’s next top-tier device made its own shiny appearance in the news. Now Optimus G’s successor has been spotted in GlBenchmark’s database, though we welcome it with mostly mixed feelings.
Back in April 2011, LG issued a press release saying that they licensed ARM's Cortex A15 CPU and ARM's Mali-T604 GPU. According to an article published in The Korea Times, we're finally going to see LG's first chip to use those processors at CES 2013.
Google loses key ruling in Microsoft case, other Android lawsuits in similar peril?
The full HD fever is taking over the Android ecosystem, as more manufacturers reveal devices with 1920x1080 displays, or plans to release such phones in the coming months. A Korean site claims that the LG F240K will be the successor to the still new Optimus G, and that the device will be revealed by the end of the year.
Sources close to Samsung posit that the Korean electronics giant has no plans to meet Apple halfway in its ongoing disputes and is further bolstering its legal resources to bring the fight to the next level. According to the Korea Times, the two smartphone giants will continue their battles over patent lawsuits for the foreseeable future, despite an example of compromise arising in recent days.
LG Optimus G2 specs begin to surface, include a 5″ display and Android 5.0
The details are limited and still not officially confirmed, however it looks like LG is already working on the follow-up to the Optimus G smartphone. The handset is dubbed the Optimus G2 and looks like it will arrive with a 5-inch full HD display and Android 5.0.
Hey Google, where’s the USB OTG support on the Nexus 4?
Despite what Google and LG are saying about the Nexus 4 not supporting 4G LTE, we’ve learned that it does ship with a 4G LTE chip inside and one that works on several carriers -- though it requires some tinkering. Ironically, one feature that Google does advertise and state on the phone’s official guidebook has turned out to be MIA – its USB OTG prowess.