Category: LG


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



LG G2 has a retail price of $699, might launch on September 10th

LG Canada announced its plans to make the G2 available on Rogers, TELUS, Bell, SaskTel, Videotron and WIND Mobile sometime ‘this fall.’ The press release highlighted all the unique specs, but failed to give specific timing and pricing. In the fine print of the newly released LG Canada G2 contest page there’s a bit of



Gift Guide: Flagship Smartphones

Welcome to the Gift Guide section, where we list our favourite smartphones, tablets, accessories and deals of the moment. In this section, some great flagship phones, usually priced between $150 and $300 on contract. Last updated: August 29th, 2013


LG G2 Hands-on Preview

Today, after the LG press conference, which was a lot more restrained and feature-focused than the same one for Samsung in April, we had a chance to look at how the company’s new device measures up to the competition. At the outset, it was clear that while LG was focusing primarily on features, this is


Bell LG Optimus Net Review

There is no masking the truth: lower-end Android phones tend come with lacklustre specs. So when a company releases an affordable, well-made Android phone that has decent specs, people tend to sit up and listen. The LG Optimus One was the first such device, and its follow-up, the LG Optimus Net, continues that tradition. At


Bell LG Optimus 4G LTE Review (Video)

There is something wonderful about a company breaking new ground. Of the myriad Android reviews over the past few weeks, the LG Optimus LTE is probably the biggest wildcard. On paper the phone has everything: a dual-core processor, HD screen, LTE connectivity. In fact it’s the only device outside the US to have both a 720p screen


LG Optimus 3D 2 coming next year, will be significantly thinner

Earlier this year we reviewed the LG Optimus 3D, among Rogers’ first 3D Android offerings, and while we really liked the device no one would say it was a slim device. So when we heard, via Pocket Lint, that the sequel would be roughly 7mm thick, we jumped for joy — virtually. According to LG’s