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.
LG’s Optimus G2, the company’s next flagship, has had a hard time staying out of the news. A new set of leaked images, as well as a video was spotted online late last night, nearly a month ahead of their 7th August launch event.
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.
LG’s upcoming flagship, packing the mighty Snapdragon 800 SoC, couldn’t resist topping the benchmark charts. The new phone might be launched in the upcoming August 7 event by LG.
There’s a lot of people looking forward to LG’s next flagship smartphone and not only because it’ll pack a punch. It might also hint at what you could expect for the next Nexus phone in terms of specs if history is any indication.
A number of screenshots of LG’s upcoming flagship smartphone, LG Optimus G2 have been leaked before the purported launch in LG Event on August 7.
Mark your calendars, LG has scheduled a press event for the 7th of August. To be held in New York City, all suspicion goes towards the unveiling of the successor to the popular Optimus G.
Starting next week, Samsung will begin shipping its 55-inch OLED-based KN559500 television.
LG and Qualcomm have jointly announced their collaboration on future Optimus G series Smartphones. You guessed it right, the Optimus G2 is coming, and will be powered by the Snapdragon 800 (aka beast) SoC. LG and Qualcomm jointly announced on Wednesday that the Korean company
LG to begin mass-producing flexible displays in Q4 2013, bring always-on voice command phone in 2014
LG Display has reaffirmed that the company will begin mass-producing flexible displays in the Q4, 2013. Additionally, the company plans to introduce always-on voice command powered phones in 2014.
LG may have never had a strong reputation in the Western mobile décor, but locally the Optimus makers have always been a threat for the likes of Samsung or Apple. Need proof? How about if I told you Optimus G Pro sales have already topped 1 million units in Korea?
LG officially unveiled their budget oriented Optimus L4 II 3.8-inch Smartphone running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Following Optimus F7′s US Cellular release, LG is preparing to make another mid-range smartphone available on an American carrier. The F3 will thus go on sale on June 14 via Sprint for an affordable $30 with 24-month contracts.
US Cellular is the first American carrier to sell LG’s latest mid-range smartphone, the Optimus F7. The 4.7-incher is available for $99.99 with two-year contracts.
Freshly leaked images show us what seems to be LG’s upcoming flagship Optimus G2 smartphone. Also included is a leaked image of the upcoming Optimus L9 II value oriented smartphone.
As expected, LG has finally come round and officially launched their flagship Optimus G Pro phablet in Asia. The powerhouse competitor to the Galaxy Note II was first made available in Korea back in February, with a launch in the US (AT&T exclusive) earlier this month. The smartphone goes on sale in Honk Kong in early
After teasing everyone for a rather long time, the white Nexus 4 is now official and will go on sale starting as soon as 29th May, i.e. tomorrow.
According to an LG executive, the company is looking to get back in the Android tablet game in the near future. As for smartphone plans, these apparently include a Firefox OS-based handheld, but no device sporting a flexible screen.