5.7-inch and 5.0-inch mid-rangers
LG is finally releasing some more mid-range oriented smartphones designed around its recently unveiled G4 flagship smartphone. ,
With Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 after all
After an endless stream of rumors, big leaks and small teasers, LG has now officially unveiled its latest flagship smartphone, the LG G4.
A dollar a day
On the day when Apple is going to take most of the headlines with its low key iWatch launch, LG has bravely announced its own version of the wearable technology.
While the bigger smartphone makers slug it out using plastic or chrome, LG has come up with something jolly interesting.
f/1.8 lens, LED flash and laser focus
LG has already scheduled its flagship smartphone launch event for April 28th and the latest invite sheds more light on the new camera.
Not with a Snapdragon 808
LG has sent out invitations for its latest mobile phone event and many expect that this will be the LG G4 smartphone launch date.
$99 for first gen square, $199 for round G Watch R
Competition in the Android Wear segment is heating up, which is good news for consumers, as there are some nice deals to be had.
Dreadnaught of phones
The Korean Press is reporting that LG executives want to launch a “super flagship” phone in the second half of this year.
700 mAh battery, VoLTE meets fancy design
LG is obviously very serious about smartwatches, as it is about to announce its fourth watch, but this one is not based on Google's Android Wear operating system.
All will have it in March
LG has announced the global availability of its second curved smartphone, the LG G Flex 2, which should be available in most, if not all, markets in the weeks following the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2015 in Barcelona.