Nexus which that software will debut on. We're talking about the Nexus 5 of course, which leaked multiple times this week. Including some FCC documents revealing all sorts of important information. Below are multiple renders based on leaks, the image from Google's campus, the FCC filing and more all blend into a beautiful look at the future.
Google's Android 4.4 KitKat video. Now it seems that some people have started speculating that the mysterious Nexus 5 might actually be the LG D820.
AT&T has become the latest US carrier to confirm the release date and pricing details for the LG G2 smartphone. We heard earlier from Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile who will have the G2 available on September 12th and 18th respectively. As for AT&T, they will have the LG G2 available beginning as early as September 6th.
LG G2 smartphone. Verizon has said the handset would be available beginning on September 12th and that it will be selling for $199.99 on a two-year agreement. As a comparison, T-Mobile will have the LG G2 available beginning on September 18th.
T-Mobile had already announced the upcoming availability of the LG G2 and Optimus F6 smartphones. And well, it looks like they have now come forward with the remaining details -- the availability dates and the pricing. Both handsets will be arriving this month, however those looking for the G2 still have a few weeks worth of waiting ahead of them. The LG G2 will be available as of September 18th.
G Pad 8.3 to IFA 2013 to try to build on the buoyant reception to the LG G2. We grabbed some hands-on time with the 8.3-inch tablet to find out whether LG's promise of "better than HD" resolution and features cribbed from the G2 make sense.
leaks and speculation and there was also some teasing coming direct from LG. And while the official unveiling was expected during IFA, LG has offered a surprise announcement ahead of the show. Simply put, LG has announced the G Pad 8.3 and has said the tablet will be available in "key markets" during the fourth quarter of the year.
approaching for LG's latest flagship powerhouse smartphone, the LG G2, we've received an international version for some initial testing. That rear button sure is interesting, but we're comfortable with it already after only a few hours of use. While we're still waiting for US release date details, check out a few pictures and benchmark results below.
first look at the brand new and impressive looking LG G2 smartphone, and this week LG wants to show it off a bit more. With the Galaxy Note III coming soon, not to mention a few devices from Sony and a rumored Nexus refresh, why should you choose the LG G2? LG wants to show you exactly why with these two new videos.