LG has already sent out invites for the unveiling of the company’s latest flagship – the LG G5 – at this year’s Mobile World Congress. To further tease the arrival of the G5, LG has also shared a GIF of one of the G5’s most prominent feature – an Always On display.
LG has confirmed that it will be revealing its next flagship smartphone, the LG G5, at Mobile World Congress this month. The company confirmed that the announcement will take place during its keynote address on 21 February through its Facebook account.
LG may have been rather low-profile (especially in Malaysia) last year, but it seems to be changing its strategy for 2016. According to the company, it will be unveiling two flagship smartphones this year in an attempt to boost its profitability. This is despite LG’s rather lacklustre mobile division performance.
LG has been sending out invites to multiple publications for its announcement event at MWC 2016. Taking place on the 21st of February, which is a day before the actual beginning of MWC, this could be LG’s first unveiling of its latest device(s) to the eyes of the public.
While the LG Gram 15 was first unveiled to the world last month, it wasn’t until now at CES 2016 that its specifications have been fully revealed. Weighing a mere 980g, it is easily one of the lightest 15-inch laptops in the market.
LG has announced its the new K-series of smartphones which it says “look far more expensive and exclusive than they really are”. The company has not yet revealed the pricing of the phones, but the renders sent to the press show some rather pretty devices.
LG Display had created a flexible 18-inch display that is capable of being rolled up easily as if it is a piece of paper. The technology depends on LG’s forward-looking OLED technology which focuses on bendable and rollable displays. Additionally, the company introduced similar technology last year as proof of concept, however further details were scarce.
Apple has come close to signing a final agreement with LG Display and Samsung to provide OLED screens, which was rumored to be included with next-generation iPhones in 2018. Both LG and Samsung are planning to spend US$12.8 billion (approximately RM551 billion) together in order to build up the OLED production capacity over the next two […]
It seems like LG is unveiling yet another variant of the G Pad II tablet. Dubbed as the G Pad II 8.3 LTE, it is positioned right between the 8.0-inch and 10.1-inch variants of the G Pad II in terms of hardware. Just like the former, this 8.3-inch Android tablet also has a stylus.
CES will be happening from the 6th to 9th of January 2016, and LG cannot wait to unveil what it has for consumers. At its booth, the company will be showcasing a total of six monitors, catered to both digital professionals and gamers alike.
It seems like LG couldn’t wait until CES 2016 to announce its latest product. Set to be showcased at the upcoming tech event next month, the LG Gram 15 is touted as the world’s lightest 15-inch laptop by the company. It also seems to sport a near bezel-less display as well; akin to the Dell […]
Just recently, AT&T started to notify its customers that the new LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition had a ‘quality and hardware issue’. The issue with the smartwatch was described as “complicated and that it affects the day-to-day functionality of the device”. AT&T will be offering a full refund to customers that had already purchased the […]
Android Wear has been updated to include cellular support. This eliminates the need for the smartwatch to be paired with a smartphone via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi to function properly. Google says that their new version of Android Wear OS will automatically switch the smartwatch to a cellular connection when needed assuming it has a 3G or LTE […]
If you’re worried that the Nexus 5X would be costly to fix if something were to happen to it, you can rest easy now. A teardown of the new Google smartphone has revealed that it is pretty easy to repair, although certain parts have to be replaced together.
LG has announced an second generation LG Watch Urbane LTE, and this time it comes packed with Android Wear. Touted as the first LTE capable Android Wear device, the LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition also features some hardware upgrades over its predecessor.
It seems like more and more manufacturers are releasing mid-range devices with a premium construction. Enter the LG Class, a lower mid-range Android device with a metal chassis. If you fancy looks over performance, this may be the device for you.
A new smartphone from LG has surfaced on TENAA, and it is currently said to have a very interesting feature. The supposed LG V10 will ship with a secondary display. This is meant to show additional information while the main screen is being used or turned off, although there are no details about what it […]
LG recently introduced a pretty neat portable keyboard built for mobile devices called the LG Rolly. It looks like a regular QWERTY keyboard, but it has a rather cool trick up its sleeves – it can be rolled up.
Disappointed with the LG G Pad II 8.0 that was quietly launched by LG last week? Turns out, the company has another tablet up its sleeves, LG G Pad II 10.1, that has better specs compared to the 8″ variant.
As we approach closer to the end of the year, we’re getting a more detailed look at the much rumoured 2015 iteration of the Nexus 5. This time around, it came from none other than Marques Brownlee aka MKBHD. Appearing first in Nexus Indonesia Google+ community, this could be our first glance of LG’s new Nexus 5.