Category: LG


Update: Winner announced in our Google Nexus 5 contest!

Update: This contest is now closed. We’re happy to announce that long time MobileSyrup reader Matthew Pilon has captured the win of the Nexus 5. No worries if this isn’t you as we’ll be holding another Nexus 5 giveaway tomorrow! Nexus 5! KitKat! Finally. Here she is! The purest of all pure Android devices. Our



Google releases Android 4.4 factory image for Nexus 5, begins AOSP rollout

Google has done its civic duty and released the Android 4.4 factory image for the Nexus 5, offering build KRT16M to owners of the new hardware that may need to restore it back to factory settings. The Nexus 5, codenamed “Hammerhead,” is the only device currently offering Android 4.4, but Google has begun rolling out the source



Hands-on with the Nexus 5 (video)

Though we’re still getting over the excitement of the announcement — go buy one and return here, quickly! — but the Nexus 5 is here and we’ve had a brief chance to play with it. The TL;DR version is that this is a very nice phone, and is a bargain at $399 CDN for the 32GB LTE version.



Nexus 5 officially announced and now back in stock! (Update)

Update: November 5th: The Canadian Google Play has been updated to show the Nexus 5 inventory in both black and white are in stock, along with improved shipping notification times to depart the warehouse “in 3 – 4 weeks.” Go forth here: Google Play (Thanks Jonathan!) After the numerous leaks, Google and LG officially announced



LG unveils 6-inch G Flex smartphone with a top-to-bottom curved display

LG has officially unveiled its oft-rumoured curved G Flex smartphone. The 6-inch handset was leaked online a few times and the company states that this is its “first curved smartphone.” The G Flex comes with a 6-inch 720p OLED display, with the curve aligning vertically, from top to bottom, not left to right like Samsung’s



Another Nexus 5 press image arrives online

The unannounced Nexus 5 should become official any day now. We’ve seen the device leak in both pictures and videos, plus last week a couple press renderings surfaced online. Courtesy of reputable device leaker evLeaks, a new pic of the purest Android has hit the web and takes form of another press image - strikingly similar to