On October 1st, LG plans to hold an event where it will announce its V10 flagship quality smartphone. According to a new teaser from LG, that may not be the only handset the company will announce. A mid-range LG Class smartphone with model number LG-H740 is expected to launch a week prior to the company’s announcement of the V10.
Some new images that leaked claiming to show the LG version of the upcoming Nexus 5 device, believed to be the Nexus 5X, appear to reveal a new color that will join black and white. Although the images make it a little hard to tell just how vivid the color will be, it looks like the Nexus 5X will be available in a color called “Tennis Court Mint” and appears to be a pale teal or turquoise color. Read more
A GFXBench report has surfaced online for an upcoming LG device, which we believe to be a mid-range phablet. The leaked benchmark reveals that the handset will carry the model number H740, feature a Snapdragon 615 chipset with a 1.5 GHz octa-core Cortex-A53 CPU and have 2GB of RAM on board.
Google is set to announce its new Nexus hardware on September the 29th. We’re expecting to see not one but two new Nexus smartphones, one 5.7-inch manufacturer by Huawei and a much smaller 5.2-inch Nexus made by LG. Some cases listed on Amazon show us the design of the upcoming LG Nexus 5X.
Two Nexus phones are coming this year. Both LG, a company familiar with the Nexus line, and Huawei will be producing the phones for Google’s signature hardware brand. The Huawei-made Nexus phone will be larger and have ‘better’ specifications than LG’s offering, but the latter will bring Nexus phones back to a more affordable price. Google is expected to announce the new devices at an event held in San Francisco on September 29. The pre-order date, though, is not set for that same day. You’ll have to wait a few weeks to secure your new Nexus phone.
Another Nexus device will be produced by LG, the company’s third to be exact, and the handset could be coming as soon as September 29 with its price set at $400. Being that the aforementioned date is only a few weeks away, leaks are bound to happen more frequently. Specifications for the upcoming Nexus 5 (2015) have already been shared, showing that Google will start this round of Nexus devices with a phone that is not exactly a flagship but still has pretty good components. Consumers looking for that high-end Nexus phone will have to wait for a possible beast from Huawei.
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According to a report published earlier today, LG’s upcoming flagship smartphone of 2015, the G4 Pro, is set to sport a plastic body along with a removable battery as opposed to the previously-rumored metal unibody design. The device is also believed to have the company’s renowned rear controls on board.