Nexus 5 and Android 4.4 Kit Kat -- this event appears focused on Google Play. In fact, the announcement mentions a "night out with Google Play" with further talk of music, movies, games and a special performance.
Samsung announced their first ever Developer Conference back in July. At the time they provided some key details and did some teasing, however it wasn't until today that the registration opened. Simply put, if you had been waiting to register for the "major" event that will take place in San Francisco -- now is the day to move forward.
Sony will be making huge announcements. Last month it was rumored that Sony would be making big waves on September 4th, and we also have confirmed Samsung's unpacked event will be the same day. It's a faceoff.
LG have just announced and detailed their new flagship G2 smartphone, and it's quite impressive. We knew it was coming, but LG has come out swinging here full of new features and software tweaks aside from offering a top-tier smartphone to rival the best of the best. Yes we have a 2.3 GHz quad-core processor and the world's thinnest 5.2-inch 1080p HD display, but you'll want to hear everything else LG is offering as well. Here's everything you need to know.
new take on the smartphone, and today it is time for LG to show us what they've been working on. Live in New York City LG has officially unveiled their all-new LG G2 smartphone. The spec war is certainly still going here, with this device coming in right between a Galaxy S4 and a Galaxy Note II. More details on this 5.2-inch 1080p quad-core powerhouse are coming in as we speak.
LG where we'll finally see their latest and greatest flagship smartphone for 2013. That device of course is the new LG G2, which has leaked more times than we can count. Add that to the slew of teaser videos and announcements by LG themselves, and we already know all there is to know about this 5.2-inch ultra-sleek device. However, on the eve of the announcement lets go through it all once more.
Google announced and unveiled the new Nexus 7 tablet running on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, or the awesome new Chromecast, we have you covered. First you'll want to check out all of our hands-on pictures and videos linked to below, and then watch the full event as Google's just released the entire press event video.
sent out on July 19 announced that the Moto X would be launched at an event on August 1, but it left out such information as venue and time. Now both of these things have been set, with the company sending out a second invite just a bit ago. In it, we get a look at the white Moto X, which looks like the one Google's Eric Schmidt was seen carrying.
LG have been busy sending out multiple press invites for the same event. That being their August 7th unveiling of the first smartphone to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 series quad-core processor. The upcoming LG G2 is quite the impressive looking handset, and their latest press invite going out today confirms leaks regarding backside touch controls.
Motorola and Verizon set to announce a slew of new devices tomorrow, today we're seeing our first actual image of the hardware out in the wild. While we've seen countless leaks of the upcoming DROID ULTRA, and even some press images, this is the first sighting in the wild. Complete with a red racing stripe and all, the ULTRA is what we're most looking forward to seeing tomorrow.