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.
It turns out that using certain LG monitors for their split screen capabilities may be opening users to security problems. This stems from the fact that the drivers for the monitors disable Windows User Account Controls, which were put in place to ensure that unwanted software doesn’t install itself on computers.
It’s no surprise that LG will finally launch its next flagship smartphone at an event scheduled for the 28 and 29 April 2015, but just how great will the LG G4 be? According to this new teaser and the latest updates about its UX, it looks like the device will be very much focused on […]
It is indeed really hard for manufacturers to keep secrets regarding their new devices these days. In the case of LG’s next flagship smartphone – the LG G4, many rumours regarding it have been flying around for quite some time. Today, we can put one particular part of those rumours to the rest as LG […]
It’s been about a year since LG took the curtains off its flagship smartphone, the LG G3, and it looks like it’s the time for something new. The South Korean company recently sent out an invitation for an event happening on 28 and 29 April 2015 in various countries including New York, London, Paris, Seoul, […]
LG may have been quiet about the LG G4 lately, but that doesn’t mean the Korean company isn’t hard at work on it. Previously, we only had press renderings of the upcoming smartphone, but thanks to a forum member on XDA-Developers, we now have actual images of the LG G4 (or the G4 Note).
If you were disappointed that LG did not reveal anything about the G4 at MWC 2015, perhaps these leaked press images of the upcoming smartphone can offer you some consolation. If these images are legitimate, the G4 could very likely have a metal back that is slightly curved a la the LG G Flex 2.
LG seems to have big plans for its upcoming flagship, the LG G4. According to a recent rumour, the new flagship could feature a fingerprint sensor at the back of the device. The company has also confirmed that the LG G4’s software will be something to look forward to.