This screenshot could significantly bring truth to the rumours of LG launching the G3 soon. According to this internal doc, courtesy of Bell, the current LG G2 flagship has been placed on the “End of Life” list. This usually means that the current stock is being depleted and “no longer available for ordering.” Bell is
One of the world’s first smartphones with a curved display is now available at Rogers. This is an exclusive release and this flagship 6-inch Android sports a top-to-bottom curve that is “designed to follow the curve of the human face.” The LTE-enabled G Flex has a 720p OLED display, runs Android OS 4.2.2 Jelly Bean
No one needs a curved phone. It’s almost certainly the latest gimmick in a litany of specs that seems to be the result of a maturing smart device market sucked dry of new ideas. And yet the G Flex intrigues me. It’s not the best Android phone on the market, and it’s almost certainly too
LG may not have abandoned the Optimus G after all, rumoured to receive Android 4.4.2 update this summer
It’s a well-known refrain that LG doesn’t really update its devices. The LG Optimus G, a well-made and competitive Android phone released in November 2012, was released with Android 4.0.3, and was updated once to Android 4.1.2 in March, 2013. In spite of the fact that the Nexus 4 was based on nearly-identical hardware, LG
LG isn’t content to let Philips, Lifx and Belkin eat their home accessory breakfast. The company announced today its own connected lighting solution dubbed Smart Bulb. The pair of 10W LED lights will last for 10 years running five hours per day, and are compatible with most modern iOS and Android devices. The company has
Google is currently working on the next version of Android, and it’s rumoured to be coming in the next few weeks. Android 4.4.3 isn’t expected to be earth-shattering, but it will likely fix a bug in the Nexus 5′s camera that has been found to chew through battery.
Last week, as part of Google’s Android Wear announcement, LG revealed that it will be the first OEM to release a smartwatch for the new platform: the G Watch. Little is known about the LG G Watch, but it’s believed to be launching worldwide in Q2 for around $300, with touchscreen and voice command support.
Now that we’ve all had a chance to catch our breath around the idea of an official Android version for wearables, and have glimpsed the first two of many iterations — a square from LG and a circle from Motorola — let’s drill down what we know, and what is still up in the air.
As expected, WIND Mobile has joined other Canadian carriers and officially launched the Google Nexus 5 in Bright Red. The specs of the 5-inch KitKat powered Android are the same as the black version. The price are as follows: $99 with the $50/month plan, $249 on the $40/month plan, $399 with the $30/month plan, and
Jawbone has finally updated its Android app to bring it, if not exactly, close to feature parity with its iPhone counterpart. The company released UP 3.0 for Android this week, adding support for its new wireless UP24 bracelet, which replaces the longer-lasting but plug in-only UP band from last year. Considering the Apple Store, one