LG sure took its time but the not-so-secret curved smartphone is finally here, and a bit early even. The LG G Flex, which the company is boldly claiming as the "true curved smartphone", has just been announced and sports a mix of both interesting and amusing features that will at least pique your curiosity.
LG G2 would have some features that, to be honest, would make sense in all markets.
Pantech has just announced a new smartphone that supports South Korea's newly installed LTE-Advanced network. But more than just blazing data speeds, the new Pantech Vega LTE-A IM-A880S boasts of a fingerprint reader and touch sensor at the back of the device.
Samsung is showing off their latest smartphone model to join the Galaxy family, and that is the Galaxy S 4 LTE-Advanced for Korea. We've heard plenty about this phone and the next-gen LTE inside, and today they are giving us their very own hands-on and unboxing with the familiar handset. Check out the pics and additional details provided.
Optimus Vu phablet still is barely available outside of South Korea, but today they've already announced a second model coming soon. It will simply be called the Optimus Vu II and we don't have much regarding specs although they've made certain we know of its universal remote features and new infrared blaster similar to some Samsung tablets.
Galaxy S III is hitting the global market in more than a few variations. The international and UK model rocks Samsung's quad-core Exynos processor, while us here in the US will be getting a 2GB model with a dual-core processor instead. News today is aiming towards Korea's SK Telecom getting the best of both worlds.
AsiaE that the device has entered the testing phase in Samsung's home territory of South Korea. The standard testing regimen apparently takes two months, but Samsung wants it done faster than that - perhaps to get it good and ready for a pre-Olympics rollout. There's also news out of Korean site DDaily that the GSIII uses a 4.65-inch 720p Super AMOLED screen. That sounds identical to the panel found on the Galaxy Nexus, with one important difference: it doesn't use the Pentile pixel layout.