Google’s collaboration with LG may bear fruit yet again today, as the Nexus 5 is rumoured to launch without the same fanfare as previous years. One needs only look at the increased frequency, and quality, of leaks in recent days to confirm its imminent announcement. The latest set of photos come from Russian social network,
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The race to claim curved smartphone display dominance has already started; it’s currently between Samsung and LG. Late last week, both manufacturers revealed plans or launched its first foray into the next phase of smartphones: Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Round and LG confirmed its plans to make a curved display available in November. Tonight, press images of
The rumours are certainly pointing towards Google announcing the Nexus 5 on October 15th and to add to excitement another round of pictures have surfaced online. This time, straight out of Italy from Android-focussed site TuttoAndroid, shows the Nexus 5 along with what could be a new NFC-based payment system called “Tap and Pay.” There’s
As October bears down on the Northern Hemisphere with increasingly frigid temperatures, Google once again prepares to release a Nexus device. The rumoured Nexus 5, of which we’ve seen every type of leak ranging from official videos to leaked bar photos to an LG service manual, will likely be released before the end of the
LG recently announced that ‘beginning September 27′ the G2 will hit Rogers, Bell, TELUS, SaskTel, Videotron and WIND Mobile. Just as expected, it was the Big 3 and regional carrier SaskTel to launch first, then the newer wireless players will follow. Videotron is first out with news that its customers can expect the device in
LG announced its G Pad 8.3 in late summer, promising a worldwide release sometime in Q4. True to their word, the company is beginning its road back to tablet notoriety, promising to release the 8.3-inch slate in 30 countries, including Canada, by the end of the year. The device rocks a 1920×1200 pixel IPS display,
LG is expected to introduce a smartphone with a curved display later this month, then mass produce and release it sometime in November. The name of the LG curved smartphone is currently pegged as being called the ‘G Flex.’ As for a launch day, Reuters sources who are ‘familiar with the matter’ believe that LG plans
The Nexus 5 – which is manufactured by LG – has leaked out in videos and pictures over the past several weeks. Rumours are that we’ll an official unveiling on October 14th. In the meantime, the latest gem to surface is a device manual for the LG – D821 with Nexus written all over it.
The LG G2 is officially available in Canada today from a number of carriers. So far Rogers, Bell and TELUS have gone live, but the G2 will also be heading to Videotron, SaskTel and WIND Mobile. This flagship Android comes with a 5.2-inch full HD IPS display (1080 x 1920 resolution, 423 ppi), 2.26GHz quad-core
LG plans to rollout the G2 to over 130 wireless carriers and have already launched it in South Korea, United States and the UK. An overseas report from the China Times has LG banking on the device hitting a home run. Apparently Jin Bingheng, head of LG Taiwan, has gone on record and publicly announced