LG's reputation has skyrocketed recently, following twelve months of strong high-end smartphone releases, including the Nexus 4, the LG G2, and the curvy LG G Flex. All those makes us think it's the hottest smartphone manufacturer about right now.
LG’s much talked about G Flex smartphone, with its 6-inch curved OLED display, has at last been officially announced by the Korean tech company. Besides the subtle top-to-bottom bend, the device also comes with an intriguing self-healing feature.
LG's flexible, curved smartphone known as the LG G Flex, is supposedly set for announcement next month, and unlike Samsung's Galaxy Round, it may get a wider international release.
Renders of LG's first curved smartphone, the G Flex, have surfaced. The images confirm earlier reports that LG was readying a 6-inch device with a top-to-bottom curve, in contrast to Samsung's recently revealed Galaxy Round phone with its side-to-side curve.
A new rumor suggests the Nexus 5 may be sold with not only differing amounts of internal memory, but also with two difference battery capacities, indicating Google may have convinced LG to use a similar strategy to Motorola.
LG has confirmed it has put flexible six inch panels into mass production, ready to be fitted to a smartphone in November, indicating we could be about to see the LG Flex device rumored earlier this month.
As the Nexus 5 edges closer to its official announcement, an almost complete specification has been leaked, showing the phone could have a 5-inch display and a Snapdragon 800 processor.
If the latest rumor is true, LG will announce a smartphone with a flexible screen before the end of October. Named the LG Z, the spec could match the LG G2, but with a larger, 6-inch display.
LG held an offsite event during the CEDIA Expo today to show off its full line of 4K Ultra HD televisions. We got our first look at the company's latest, most affordable models and offer our first impressions.
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A new rumor suggests LG may be planning to follow up the G2 and G Pad 8.3 with a smartphone/tablet hybrid, and it could be equipped with a big 6.4-inch screen and Android 4.4 KitKat.
LG is making some pretty big movies in the television space, unveiling a slew of new products at IFA 2013 and detailing a strategy to bring next-gen OLED and 4K Ultra HD technologies into the mainstream by 2014.
LG waited for other manufacturers to finish their debuts before stealing the spotlight at IFA 2013 with its concept 77-inch Ultra HD curved OLED television. While the TV is just a prototype, it proves that OLED is being scaled up beyond the 55-inch screens…
LG has unveiled its latest OLED TV, the 55-inch Gallery. This first wall-mountable OLED looks like a painting, complete with frame and canvas. But the canvas and frame hide a few extra goodies as well.
After a series of leaks and a teaser video, LG has officially announced the G Pad 8.3 tablet. The medium-sized slate runs a quad-core processor and Android 4.2.2, and will go on sale before the end of the year.