The LG Watch Urbane is already available from Google and Verizon Wireless, and now it’s available at AT&T. For starters, it’s only available online, but it will hit stores on May 15.
Unfortunately, just like Verizon Wireless, AT&T is only offering the Silver option. The price is the same as Google and Verizon, which is $349. However, the best deal might be Verizon since they are offering Free two day shipping, while Google and AT&T only offer standard shipping for Free.
Are you buying one?
LG has a wide following on a global scale, even more so in regions of Asia, Europe and North America. And one of the company’s prime markets, United Kingdom has been confirmed to be getting the newly launched G4 flagship starting May 28. Read more
After months of speculation and leaks, the LG G4 is finally, officially upon us, and she’s a beauty. I don’t want to distract from the fine work of my colleague, Jared Peters, so hit up his article from earlier today for some in-depth analysis of the phone. However, in an effort to remind you of the highlights, the LG G4 brings the following to the table:
The launch of the LG G4 has obviously given the competition something to think about. And Motorola is not wasting any time in taking a jibe at LG, claiming that they had a leather covered smartphone a good one year before the LG G4. Read more
Mophie’s new LG G4 case promises to give you more screen on time with the device. This juice pack for the smartphone will supposedly amp up the battery life by up to 80%, which is pretty impressive for a third party accessory. Read more
With the G4 finally being official, carriers are announcing vague availability for the device. HTC and Samsung managed to launch their flagship devices simultaneously on all major US carriers on April 10th this year, so LG will probably be able to pull off something similar. Read more
After all the teasing LG has been doing lately, they’ve finally taken the wraps off of the G4. There aren’t many surprises here, between the official videos that LG has put out and the numerous leaks we’ve seen over the past few weeks, but that doesn’t take away from what’s looking like a fantastic flagship for 2015.
The design of the device hasn’t changed much from the G3, which is either good or bad, depending on how much you liked last year’s model. This time around, LG is releasing the phone with several different leather-backed options, which LG says takes three months per back to make. Seems a little excessive for something that’s only a removable back, but hey, as long they’re high quality parts, no one should complain. Read more
LG announced its first mid-range smartphone of 2015, the Magna, back in February, and now starting today it’s available to purchase in India for INR 16,500 ($260), in either Black, Grey or White.
LG may be about to officially unveil its latest flagship, the G4, in just a couple of hours time, but that doesn’t mean that the leaks have stopped. In this latest leak to hit the net, we can see the retail packaging of the LG G4.
LG might be on the verge of announcing its latest flagship smartphone, the G4, in just a couple of hours, but that doesn’t mean that the G2 has been abandoned. Indeed, the venerable G2 has seen some carrier versions updated to Android 5.0 in recent times, and now it is the turn of Sprint’s G2 variant to receive some Lollipop goodness via OTA. We have the changelog below.