Borrowing from Bill Gates
The Indian arm of LG Electronics has taken a leaf from Bill Gate's book and declared war on the mosquito by developing a telly which kills them while you watch.
LG agrees to pay more for its chips
Qualcomm has buried the hatchet with LG after the smartphone vendor agreed to pay more for its chips.
Costs too much
While word on the street is that Samsung might reintroduce OLED TVs in 2017, the company said that it’s still skeptical about the tech.
Unlocked phones with free shipping, while supplies last
This week, Internet retail giant B&H Photo Video is offering promotional codes on Google’s 2015 flagship smartphones, the LG-branded Google Nexus 5X and the Huawei-branded Huawei-branded Google Nexus 6P, while supplies last. Thanks to a special limited-time sale on twelve different varieties of the devices, customers can now order the Nexus 5X for as low as $299 with free shipping, while the Nexus 6P can be ordered for as low as $399 with free shipping.
Snapdragon 820 is a winner with the vendors
If you buy a high-end android phone it will almost certainly have a Snapdragon 820 under the bonnet.
Does not want to lose on this one
If you haven't heard about LG's new G5 smartphone, chances are you are going to hear about it a lot over the coming months.
Qualcomm X12 LTE 600Mbps modem, dual rear cameras and more
Today, LG President and CEO Juno Cho took the stage at Mobile World Congress and shook the audience for a moment with a slide titled “The era of smartphones is not over,” followed shortly by a full hardware announcement of its long-awaited 2016 flagship G5 smartphone and a variety of unexpected accessories.
Bendier than the iPhone
Ever since Apple came up with a smartphone that bent, everyone wants to copy them. Now a team of researchers have come up with ReFlex which they claims is the first true bendable smartphone.
In time for Mobile World Congress
In time for the Mobile World Congress LG has released an official teaser for the upcoming G5, which suggests the outfit is using its AMOLED display for an "always on" display.