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.
It’s been over a year since LG introduced the LG G Pad 8.0, and it looks like the company has quietly upgraded it with the launch of LG G Pad 2 8.0. It looks similar to the previous generation G Pad 8.0, but comes with additional features.
LG has just unveiled another smartphone in its home country and this time, it is a clamshell Android smartphone called the LG Gentle. The LG Gentle is an entry-level device featuring mediocre specs and is priced at 200,000 Korean Won – about RM654.
Can’t think of a better use for your Android smartwatch? How about running a game on it? That’s exactly what a modder has managed to do with his LG G Watch. Out of curiousity, Dave Bennett attempted to run the modern classic first-person shooter game Half-Life on the smartwatch. Surprisingly (or not), he succeeded.
LG has just taken the curtains off a new mid-range Android smartphone – the LG G4 Beat that is powered by none other than the Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 processor.
Now that the LG G4 is listed in SIRIM’s database, it looks like the launch should be around the corner. LG Malaysia’s official Facebook page has been teasing about the device over the past few days.
LG has just launched a new smartphone in its home country: the uniquely named Band Play. Priced at 394,800 South Korean won (about RM1,335), the Band Play is priced considerably high for a lower mid-range smartphone. That being said, it does come with a set of 1W speakers that LG claims will deliver a premium audio quality.
While we were casually searching SIRIM’s database, we found a particularly interesting smartphone there: the LG G4. When we cross-checked the model number “LG-H815″ on the web, it led us to the official LG G4 product page on LG UK’s website. Does this mean LG Malaysia will be launching its latest flagship device in our […]
Microsoft has reached an agreement with 20 partners, including Sony and LG, to include Microsoft services with their devices. The announcement follows Microsoft’s success with previous deals with companies like Dell and Samsung to get Microsoft Office and Skype pre-installed on those devices.
Google seems to have something interesting planned for its 2015 Nexus devices. A recent rumour circulating the Internet is indicating that there will be two Nexus smartphones made by LG and Huawei this year. Curiously, the rumour is also indicating that there will be no Nexus tablet for 2015.
What’s more impressive than a television set that is as thin or maybe thinner a mobile phone? A 55” OLED TV that is less than 1mm thin of course. LG Display recently showed off a new concept television that measures at less than a millimetre thin, and can stick to the wall via a magnetic […]
LG G4 series of smartphones It looks like the latest flagship smartphone from LG, LG G4, isn’t the only device the Korean company has up its sleeves. They just introduced two new devices in the G4 series called G4 Stylus and G4c, both of which are lower-end compared to the G4, but are “exceptionally priced”.
LG has just confirmed that its latest flagship smartphone, the G4, does in fact feature Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 2.0 technology. However, oddly enough, the power adapter that ships with the device does not support the feature.
LG has unveiled it’s long-awaited flagship device, the G4. Interestingly enough, it is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 six-core processor instead of a 810 chipset that is powering other 2015 flagship smartphones such as the Xiaomi Mi Note Pro and the HTC One M9. That being said, how does the LG G4 compare to other […]
LG’s latest flagship smartphone, the G4, has been launched at events in New York, London, Paris, Singapore, Istanbul and Seoul. As the only Qualcomm powered smartphone to use the Snapdragon 808, the G4 is one of the more anticipated smartphones of 2015.
Less than a week to the launch of the LG G4, but it looks like LG just can’t wait to show off its next flagship smartphone. The company recently released a video demo showing off its new LG UX 4.0, which will debut on the LG G4 at its launch on 28 April 2015.
It looks like the LG G4 isn’t the only new smartphone the Korean company is working on. LG just announced a mid-range Android smartphone in its home country, called the LG G Stylo.
An image of LG’s new Windows Phone has appeared on the internet, although nothing much is known about the device. Unfortunately for everyone, it will be a Verizon exclusive phone; which means that it will pretty much be limited to the United States of America.