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.
Samsung is already planning to use its own silicon in flagship smartphones, and if new reports out of South Korea are true, Qualcomm may be about to lose another big customer.
Affordable, sort of
The new LG Electronics 29UC97-S curved 21:9 display is slowly making its way to retail, and it offers a more sensibly priced alternative to LG’s 34-inch displays.
With 2880x1620 resolution and 600ppi
The upcoming LG G4 smartphone could end up to be the highest resolution smartphone so far, at least if the latest leak turns out to be true.
Unless you give it to Samsung
LG has dismissed reports claiming that Qualcomm’s upcoming Snapdragon 810 flagship SoC is suffering from overheating issues.
LG’s new curvy Android flagship is set to cost €599 in Europe (SIM free), which means UK consumers are probably looking at £499. The full spec was leaked in a press release a few days ago.
34 inches of gaming goodness
LG is wishing AMD fans a very happy New Year with a curved 34-inch monitor garnished with AMD FreeSync technology.
Makes the phone much snappier
Poland was the first country to get the Android 5.0 for the LG G3 in the world, followed by LG’s native Korea and now it looks like Austrians are next in line. Our LG G3 got the Android 5.0 update yesterday and we heard that some people got the update last week.
Countering Mobile Device Distribution Improvement Act
A sign of things to come