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LG G4 will reportedly not feature a metal body

LG G4 will reportedly not feature a metal body

23 March, 2015 | comments (60)

According to a report from Korea, the soon to be revealed LG G4 will not feature a metal body. However, the Korean giant is expected to launch a metal-clad smartphone before the end of this year. The first LG device with metal body will...

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LG India confirms Android 5.0 Lollipop for G2 in Q2

LG India confirms Android 5.0 Lollipop for G2 in Q2

22 March, 2015 | comments (41)

LG rolled out the Android 5.0 Lollipop update for the G2 smartphone in South Korea back in mid-January. After a long wait, the Indian owners of G2 finally get a word on Lollipop update - to expect it in Q2 of 2015. @i_Gujju Hi, the Lollipop update...

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LG says G Flex2 aimed at business users aged 30-45 yrs

LG says G Flex2 aimed at business users aged 30-45 yrs

21 March, 2015 | comments (34)

The LG G Flex2, which recently went on sale in the US and the UK, is mainly aimed at business users in the 30-45 age bracket, according to Jee Hyung Lee, CEO and president of LG Taiwan. Lee also said that sales of the handset, which has a...

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Google rumored of working with LG for next Nexus smartphone

Google rumored of working with LG for next Nexus smartphone

20 March, 2015 | comments (76)

Google is gearing up to show the new Android version at the upcoming Google I/O 2015 event scheduled in late May. In the meantime, Google will select a handset marker to work on the next Nexus smartphone. Motorola Nexus 6 did create quite a...

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LG is releasing AKA smartphone to international markets

LG is releasing AKA smartphone to international markets

19 March, 2015 | comments (8)

LG introduced the goofy looking AKA smartphone meant for the kids in Korea last year. Now the company confirmed that the AKA smartphone will be made available in other markets such as Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, Singapore and Turkey. Last week the...

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LG L90 gets Android 5 Lollipop update

LG L90 gets Android 5 Lollipop update

18 March, 2015 | comments (163)

LG L90 is the affordable smartphone went official a year ago with a 4.7" display, Snapdragon 400 chip, and an 8MP cam all running on Android KitKat OS. It is pretty much the same phone as the LG G2 mini, but with front keys instead of the iconic...

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LG unveils G Flex2 in India for $878, available later this month

LG unveils G Flex2 in India for $878, available later this month

18 March, 2015 | comments (22)

LG has launched their latest flagship smartphone - the LG G Flex2 - in India. The phone is priced at Rs. 55,000 ($878) and will be available sometime later this month. The LG G Flex2 is the successor to last year's G Flex, which met with a...

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Upcoming LG G4 will reportedly feature a 5.6” display

Upcoming LG G4 will reportedly feature a 5.6” display

15 March, 2015 | comments (76)

The yet to be revealed LG G4 will reportedly feature a 5.6” display. The successor of LG G3 is expected to make its official debut in April. The report comes from the same source which leaked the early press renders of the upcoming...

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LG G Flex 2 arrives in the US at Sprint and in the UK

LG G Flex 2 arrives in the US at Sprint and in the UK

13 March, 2015 | comments (5)

The LG G Flex 2 is now officially available to buy in both the US and the UK. Before today, the curved phone was up for grabs in LG's native South Korea, but now its international footprint has expanded. In the US you can only find it at Sprint...

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LG brings the Aka mid-range smartphone to Taiwan

LG brings the Aka mid-range smartphone to Taiwan

12 March, 2015 | comments (13)

LG will offer the goofy AKA smartphone in Taiwan. The mid-range device has only been available in South Korea since its official debut. Announced in November last year, LG Aka stands out from the hordes of mid-range devices thanks to its...

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LG G4 Note phablet now rumored to be in the works

LG G4 Note phablet now rumored to be in the works

12 March, 2015 | comments (37)

Remember that top of the line LG smartphone that's supposed to launch in the second half of this year sporting higher-end specs than even the G4? It was hinted at by an LG exec earlier this month, though unfortunately no details about its specs were...

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LG G4 renders, cases confirm slightly curved screen

LG G4 renders, cases confirm slightly curved screen

12 March, 2015 | comments (40)

The LG G4 rumors are heating up in the rumor mill with suggestions that it will adopt a slight curve, similar to the LG G Flex2. Leaked renders of the device and now cases for it confirm that the LG G4 will indeed have a slightly curved screen,...

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LG Nexus 5 is no longer available from Google

LG Nexus 5 is no longer available from Google

11 March, 2015 | comments (24)

LG Nexus 5 is no longer available to purchase from Google. Google’s 2013 flagship smartphone is not available in the brand new online store, which debuted alongside the second generation Chromebook Pixel. This means that going forward, users...

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More alleged LG G4 press renders surface online

More alleged LG G4 press renders surface online

11 March, 2015 | comments (69)

Hot on the heels of yesterday's purported press render of LG G4's rear, more images of the device made the rounds on Twitter. These early press shots show the front and the side profile of the unannounced smartphone. The LG G4 appears to be...

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Alleged LG G4 press render appears on Twitter

Alleged LG G4 press render appears on Twitter

09 March, 2015 | comments (65)

Alleged press render of the unannounced LG G4 made the rounds on Twitter. The image showcases the back of the smartphone in what appears to be a gray color scheme. As you can see above, LG G4 appears too look a lot like its predecessor, LG...

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LG aiming to sell 10 million G4 units this year

LG aiming to sell 10 million G4 units this year

09 March, 2015 | comments (39)

LG, which has sold around 6-7 million units of the G3 smartphone since its launch back in June last year, is expecting to sell 10 million units of its next flagship - the LG G4 - in 2015, according to a company official. Speaking during an...

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LG G4 may pack a finger-print sensor after all

LG G4 may pack a finger-print sensor after all

05 March, 2015 | comments (32)

LG reportedly decided on using a fingerprint scanner on its next LG G4 flagship. Until recently the company was against investing into such technology though it has been following the trend since its revival with the iPhone 5s. Back in 2013 Apple...

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LG plans to release a high-end smartphone above the G-series

LG plans to release a high-end smartphone above the G-series

04 March, 2015 | comments (44)

LG had all but confirmed in advance, that it won't be unveiling the G4 at MWC and indeed, we didn't get to see the next-gen flagship in Barcelona. Instead, the company showed us four smartphones spanning the entire midrange, as well as the LG Watch...

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Google might be in talk with Huawei for a 2015 Nexus phone

Google might be in talk with Huawei for a 2015 Nexus phone

28 February, 2015 | comments (87)

According to the latest set of rumors, Google may be partnering with a Chinese phone maker for the next generation Nexus smartphone. The Weibo source cited by GizChina from where the information originates shares that the phone will be ready later...


LG to showcase an LTE version of its Watch Urbane at MWC

LG to showcase an LTE version of its Watch Urbane at MWC

26 February, 2015 | comments (10)

Nearly a couple of weeks after unveiling the high-end Watch Urbane timepiece, LG has taken wraps off an LTE version of the wearable. Appropriately dubbed Watch Urbane LTE, the smartwatch will also be showcased at the upcoming Mobile World Congress...

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