Starting today, residents in the United States can pre-order LG’s latest second-generation curved smartphone, the G Flex 2, through Sprint for $24 per month on any of its flexible 2-year plans. The operator will also be throwing in a free Quick Circle Folio Case worth $59.99 to sweeten the deal.
Sprint has today announced that it will launch LG’s second-generation curved, self-healing smartphone, the G Flex 2, on its network next Month. The handset will be available to pre-order on Friday, February 20, and will go on sale in its bricks-and-mortar stores, starting Friday, March 13.
Manufacturers are said to be rolling out the Android Wear 5.0.2 update to a series of smartwatches today. As of now, users of the the LG G Watch R as well as the Samsung Gear Live are reportedly seeing the update notifications on their devices. Read more
The LG G Watch Urbane has appeared in leaks for quite a while now. Earlier today, we came across the possible pricing of the two premium smartwatches from the Korean manufacturer. And now, Expansys UK has listed the two variants of the G Watch Urbane with a price tag of £299.99 ($462). Read more
LG, maker of smartphones like the G3 and G Flex, is one of the top Android manufacturers on the market. The G Flex mentioned was also one of the first smartphones ever created that featured a curved display.
Despite this groundbreaking accomplishment, LG’s Director of Global Corporate Communications has stated that there’s not much else possible for smartphone form factors at this time. Read more
Nexus devices are usually the first to receive updates, so their updates tend to serve as a preview for things to come. A Nexus device has done just that for us today by running a Geekbench test while running Lollipop 5.1. Read more
When LG announced the Watch Urbane yesterday, many G Watch R owners looked at their current watch and probably said to themselves, “Damn, I have to buy a new watch now.” Well actually you might not. If you consider yourself a DIY person, you might be able to get that Urbane look by the end of the day while everyone else waits drooling for the official release.
We have heard many a rumor that LG has been working on their own processors for mobile phones. The last we heard about it was a report in September claiming the processor known as “Odin” was ready for a release this year.
It’s possible that particular version of the processor was scrapped because a new report from the same source states that LG was working on an octa-core featuring Cortex-A57 and Cortex-A53 cores, but it’s now scrapped due to overheating issues. Where have we heard that one before?
Following AT&T’s lead, Sprint has today started rolling out the much-anticipated Android 5.0 Lollipop update to all its carrier-branded models of LG’s flagship smartphone, the G3, located in the United States.
The LG G3 was announced last May, so one would expect the same for this year, but the Korea Times is reporting that it might be a little earlier this year. That “little” represents one month as April appears to be the new target.