Category: LG

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Here’s what we know about Android Wear and the Moto 360 smartwatch

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.


Nexus 5 in Bright Red now available at WIND Mobile

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 adds UP24 support to its Android app in version 3.0

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



LG teases speed improvements of upcoming G2 KitKat update

LG promised that its Android 4.4 update would begin rolling out for the G2 in late Q1, which translates to the end of March in most regions. While the company has already brought KitKat to its home region of Korea, North Americans and Europeans have been waiting impatiently for their regions’ turn. LG UK decided



Hands-on with the red Nexus 5

There is no couching the fact that the Nexus 5 is not only one of the best values for money in the smartphone world, but one of the best smartphones available today. When it launched in October for $349, it instantly became a MobileSyrup reader favourite, so when Google announced a red version of the



Rogers to exclusively launch the LG G Flex this spring

This is definitely good news. The LG G Flex coming to Canada and will exclusively be available through Rogers this spring, according to a press release. This is one of the world’s first smartphones with a curved display —  top to bottom, “designed to follow the curve of the human face.”

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LG G2 mini gets official, isn’t the small phone we want

LG teased the G2 mini last week, but we now have confirmation of its specs, and they’re not exactly inspiring. Clearly aimed at the same crowd at the oversized, underpowered Nokia Lumia 625, the 4.7-inch G2 mini looks like its sibling, but lacks the processing power and screen resolution. The 4.7-inch display sports a 960×540