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Custom ROM ports LG’s G3 UI to the G2, also 4K video

We like LG’s smartphones. With those clean lines and sexy bezels – especially on its current flagship device the G3 – what’s not to like? Well, there is the fact that the LG update machinery has been known to be notoriously slow in providing OS and firmware updates, which is why an XDA developer went through all the trouble of porting the LG G3’s Korean firmware into a custom ROM so that it can now be made available for the G2.

LG G3 global rollout starts June 27 in Asia, EMEA in July

LG's premium flagship, which has unsurprisingly enjoyed popularity and good sales in Korea, will soon be launching in other parts of the globe. The LG G3 will first make its stop in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Singapore, and the Philippines starting this Friday, before heading out to the rest of Asia, Europe, and the Middle East sometime in July.

LG G3 showcases company’s new visual design lanugage

You could be forgiven for thinking that you have a different brand of phone if you’ll get your hands on the soon to be released LG G3. Based on extensive customer research that says the realistic-looking design has taken away something from the overall user experience, LG has revamped its graphic user interface (GUI) for their new flagship smartphone.

LG G3 mini tipped to be smaller than G2 mini

Now that the big guys are out, it's time for the smaller ones to play. With the LG G3 getting quite an overall positive reception, it will soon be the LG G3 mini's turn to take the spotlight, and this time it seems that LG has finally gotten what the word "mini" really means.

LG G3 review: the phone every Android OEM should make

Latest in their lineup of flagship Android handsets, the LG G3 is one beast of a handset. Packing a big screen into a surprisingly small frame, there are two attractions that everyone keeps chatting about: that screen and the battery life. After toying with the G3 for a few weeks, we’ve drawn our conclusions. Is this the Android phone to beat?

LG claims no Nexus 6, Android silver in pipeline

Google's next Android smartphone, be it a Nexus 6 or the rumored Android "Silver", is still pretty much a mystery. What isn't a mystery anymore is that LG won't be making either of these. At least not yet and at lest according to LG Communications Director Ken Hong. His statements, however, like any good PR utterance, leaves many things open to speculation.

LG G Watch’s rumoured cell connection not for US market

Those who were already saving up and planning to purchase the upcoming LG G Watch because of its rumoured cellular connection capability may have to rethink that. It seems that while there is indeed a model that will have that capability, but it will not be available in the United States, and may only be released in Korea.
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