Category: LG


Nexus 5 with Android OS 4.4 KitKat rumoured to launch on October 14th

With the Nexus 4 being sold out at Google Play and it receiving its carrier ‘end of life’ status, rumours are that the leaked ‘Nexus 5′ will be officially unveiled in October. The first sign of a potential release date comes with Android-focussed site AusDriod stating that Google and LG will unveil the Nexus 5



Nexus 4 reaches ‘End of Life’ status on Bell, lasted 132 days

Easy come, easy go. Earlier this week we posted news that the Nexus 4, both the 8GB and 16GB version, were sold out online via Google Play. Today, we bring you official news that Bell has discontinued the pure Android from its lineup. According to an internal doc we received, Bell has given the Nexus



New photos of supposed Nexus 5 get added to FCC documents

We’ve seen glimpses of a device that resembles a next-generation Nexus — it even has the eponymous logo on the back — in a Google promo video, and today we see a similar product added to the FCC documents of the Verizon LG G2. Strange, we know. As seen in screen captures from the promo



Google is sold out of the Nexus 4 in Canada

The Nexus 4 is now sold out in Canada. While stock may be resupplied in the coming days, the depletion of both 8GB and 16GB inventory seems to indicate that Google is well on its way to releasing the rumoured Nexus 5, which we may or may not have seen in a leaked Google promo



LG G Pad 8.3 tablet officially announced, will be available in Q4

LG has quietly announced the LG G Pad tonight. It looks really nice and takes a similar design strategy to the LG G2. As expected, LG’s rebirth into the tablet space brings an 8.3-inch Android-powered Jelly Bean 4.2.2 to the masses. This is part of its growing ‘premium’ device lineup, which LG notes is the



Update: Google lowers Nexus 4 price to $199 and $249

In what will undoubtedly be seen as a way to clear inventory before the inevitable launch of a successor, Google has lowered the price of the Nexus 4 to an astounding $199 and $249. Reaching that hallowed $199 price point is an incredible feat for Google, since it has yet to penetrate the mainstream market


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LG announces Optimus L9 II with 4.7-inch 720p display

LG has announced a follow-up to its popular Optimus L9 series, the aptly-named Optimus L9 II. The device clearly takes its cues from the Optimus G, but eschews the glass backing in favour of a more inexpensive polycarbonate. With a 4.7-inch 720p TrueIPS display, a 1.4Ghz dual-core processor (presumably a Snapdragon S4 variant), 1GB of



Video: 8.3-inch LG G Pad apparently launching by the end of September

One of LG’s execs went on record and declared we can expect them to re-enter the tablet space ‘probably by the end of the year.’ The last tablet that was released by LG was the 8.9-inch Optimus Pad, but it’s rumoured that we might see them release an Android tablet called the ‘G Pad.’


LG debuts 5.5-inch 2560×1440 pixel LCD screen for smartphones

LG Display has debuted the highest-density LCD display ever, and it may be primed for your next smartphone. The company behind the upcoming ultra-thin LG G2 debuted a 5.5-inch 2560×1440 pixel IPS display, which equates to a monstrous 538ppi pixel density. While the industry just now seems to be coming to terms with 1080p as