Category: LG


LG G3 confirmed to have a 5.5-inch QHD 2K display

LG has confirmed what the rumours speculated. The upcoming flagship LG G3 will indeed sport an impressive 5.5-inch QHD display. In the press release, LG said that “the certified 5.5-inch QHD AH-IPS LCD panel has 2560 x 1440 pixels, four times the image resolution of HD panels and 1.8 times higher resolution than a Full



LG unveiling its next flagship on May 27th

On May 27th you can expect to see a new flagship device by LG. The rejuvenated manufacturer has sent out media invitations that promises something “G” related – perhaps the LG G3 or the upcoming LG G Watch that runs Google’s new Android Wear OS. LG is hitting the ground running this time around by



LG G3 back buttons leak one more time

LG confirmed today that the follow-up to the G2 will be known as the LG G3. This is a surprise to no one as rumours have been circulating for weeks. Over the weekend the first image of this pending flagship leaked online and revealed that it’ll potentially come to market with the familiar back control


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LG G3 gets pictured, shows redesigned back buttons

LG’s next flagship is expected to launch sometime this summer. A very Instagram looking image has surfaced online, courtesy of GSMArena, that possibly shows what the back of the G3 will look like when it officially launches. The back volume and power buttons have been redesigned away from square to a circular design. In addition,



LG G Flex now available at Rogers

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



LG G Flex review

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