With Android 4.4 KitKat officially official, fully detailed and available already on a number of Nexus devices, it’s only a matter of time until gadgets not running stock versions of Google’s OS will also be bestowed upon the honor of savoring the latest chocolaty software treat.
Though the world’s first couple of smartphones to sport curved displays didn’t quite end up as flexible as we imagined all this time, the Samsung vs. LG duel is shaping up to be quite heated and interesting to the outside viewer.
For a device that’s bound to only hit Korea and even that in limited quantities, the curved LG G Flex is sure enjoying a long, healthy run in the rumor mix. Only today, for once, we’re not (just) hearing about its “curvalicious” design.
Brazen, cheeky and often rude commercials mocking the competition used to be Samsung and Apple territory until not long ago in the mobile landscape, but Nokia and LG have recently joined the fun.
As a loyal, longstanding fan of the Discovery Channel show “MythBusters”, I’m sad to say I find no pleasure whatsoever in being able to debunk one of the stronger popular beliefs as far as the tech-focused media is concerned.
Following Google’s unforeseen announcement of Android 4.4 KitKat, the Nexus 5 floodgates opened once again, far more furiously and apparently with stronger evidence supporting the rumors than ever before.
At a press event Thursday in Taipei, LG announced its new flagship phone G2 will be available for sale starting this October. Pre-order will start as early as September.
LG has announced that its latest flagship, the G2, will be making its U.S. debut with Verizon on September 12th and will subsequently be launched on AT&T on September 13th.
It seems hard to believe that a journalist with Taylor Wimberly’s contacts and reputation may get a story as big as that of the Motorola-made N5 wrong, but there’s increasing buzz of LG being Google’s partner for the next Nexus family member after all.
Show of hands, who here has ever heard of the LG Optimus Vu 2? How about the first-gen device? Maybe the LG Intuition? No one? Didn’t think so. And yet a Vu 3 is reportedly in the works and due to be made official come next month’s IFA tech expo.
People will do anything to score free smartphones, including coming up with ways to (accidentally) hurt each other.
LG just unveiled the G2 at its New York event. The G2 is the successor to last year’s Optimus G, and as leaked earlier, comes with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800.
With roughly seven hours left to go until LG G2’s highly anticipated formal intro, we’re sad to inform you there’s basically nothing of interest still uncovered. We’ve seen the big guy caught on camera several times already, the spec sheet is as transparent as glass and even the exact product dimensions have been revealed.
LG Optimus G2 packs explosive specifications, beautiful design and all the ingredients to be a success
The LG Optimus G2 has been leaked once again, and has been confirmed to be coming to Korean carrier LG U+. Also, the report reveals previously unknown specifications of this beautiful handset, and things are looking very good for LG.
Just because the soon to be unveiled LG G2 superphone holds few secrets to the press anymore, that doesn’t mean the rumor bonanza is set to stop. Or slow down in any way.
Who’s ready for a new, exciting round of LG G2-related rumors? You know the G2, LG confirmed it not long ago as the highly anticipated full-blown successor to last year’s first-gen Optimus G (the G Pro was apparently an intermediary device).
We’re likely about a month away from LG G2’s formal intro, but for some reason the rumor mill’s grinding is increasing in intensity. It’s been literally hours since we heard the beast will come with a record-breaking 3 GB of RAM in tow and now there’s a new report further detailing its specs.
D-Day is approaching fast for LG, who will probably look to introduce the company’s next flagship, the G2, on August 7 in New York. I know, you must be a little confused by LG’s haste to already rehash the Optimus G Pro, only the G2 should be much more than a rehash.