Definitively taking a page from Samsung’s playbook, LG has recently bolstered its high-end G3 smartphone series with smaller G3 Beat and G3 A models, also setting the stage for the introduction of a jumbo-sized G3 Stylus.
It looks like LG’s already packed smartphone portfolio is about to get broader, encompassing a gigantic but mid-range take on the G3 in addition to the actual G3, its jumbo-sized, high-end G Pro 2 variant and shrunken G3 Beat, aka G3 s flavor.
LG’s decision to go with a 4.7-inch display for G2’s “miniature” flavor has been deeply excoriated, so in order to avoid further trouble, G3’s diminutive variant, which dwarfs even the G2 mini, is dubbed G3 Beat in Asia and G3 s in Europe.
The Snapdragon 805 chip should offer better performance given the high-resolution display of LG’s latest flagship.
Great news for prospective buyers of Android Wear-based smartwatches, as various reports suggest LG’s G Watch and Motorola’s Moto 360 will be getting quite the distribution push stateside over the next few months.
As expected, Google had a whole lot to showcase in terms of software upgrades and refreshes at the developer-focused I/O conference, but fairly little in the hardware field: just the Android Wear-based LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live smartwatches.
“Industry insiders” and third-party retailers are keen on ruining Google’s surprises for I/O 2014, divulging precious information on Samsung’s first Android Wear device, as well as LG’s G watch mere hours ahead of the conference’s kickoff.
The LG G3 will end its South Korean exclusivity and start making its way to markets outside LG’s home country by the end of June.
The G Watch has finally made an appearance in the flesh, after months of appearing in promotional images and having most of its details leaked ahead of launch.
The manufacturer of the last two Nexus smartphones shall apparently pass the baton to another Android OEM for the sixth-generation “pure Google” handheld, as long as there will be a Nexus 6.
The original Samsung Galaxy S5 version is a measly couple of months old, and LG’s standard G3 is yet to properly debut on US store shelves, but apparently, two slightly upgraded models will be seeing daylight by the end of June.
LG’s upcoming Android Wear smartwatch is tipped for an early July release, with features such as 36 hours of standby time and a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.
The minor update is said to include security enhancements and bug fixes and should fill in the void until the next major version of Android is announced.
LG’s latest flagship sports one of the industry’s highest-resolution displays, along with first-of-their-kind features like a camera with a laser autofocus sensor.
The images paint a good picture of just how big we can expect LG’s upcoming phablet flagship to be.
The latest installment in the LG G3 rumor saga is a rollercoaster ride between blurry, useless covert photos, precious, exclusive fresh intel and rehashed scoop.
The clock is ticking and LG’s glitzy formal introduction of the G3 is drawing near, which the mobile device maker keeps on hyping via a dedicated product page on a local UK website, several FCC certification stops and vague price innuendos.
The once far-fetched suggestions of the Nexus line’s imminent death gain more and more credence by the day, as Android Silver gossip escalates and the future of the purported Nexus 6 handheld looks ominous.
A benchmark listing suggests LG’s upcoming G Pad tablet lineup will include mostly mid-range hardware.
LG is said to be making its return to the Windows Phone ecosystem with a handset codenamed “Uni8″.