This is the Waterdrop phone we’ve seen earlier getting teased.
The secret tech will enable new smartwatch innovation, which Wear OS devices definitely need.
This is not LG's foldable smartphone, that's for sure.
You buy one of a brand and you get the second one free (although this will be the cheapest option).
Will likely adopt a 4x4 MIMO antenna design.
And only 3GB of RAM so it must be the Play version.
Aside from the Pie features, LG has added Dual Apps and Magic Photo, plus a number of security enhancements.
The sub-brand couldn't match its parent's growth, though.
A good amount of features are disclosed, even for an early build like this one.
The company was ordered to pay the sum for infringing LTE licenses.
This will be the first time we see what this software is capable of with the huge 1/2" sensor with f/1.8 lens.
Both BBK Electronics subsidiaries have plants prepared for the manufacturing of the new phones.
The Xiaomi Mi 9 SE will have a smaller screen (6" vs. 6.4") and a yet-unreleased Snapdragon 7150 chipset, according to analysts.
These three were not unveiled at CES as expected, but with this certificate in the bag, they may be ready for an MWC appearance.
The phone appeared on JD.com for CNY4,000 ($590).
The program lets you send your old phone in after you’re all set up with a new vivo device.