Year 2015 has been another hectic time for the mobile industry. More smartwatch models were introduced while phone makers strived to release not just one premium flagship device but at least two at once. Samsung must be taking
It may be too early for a follow-up but the other South Korean giant, LG, is rumored to be working on the G FLEX 3. The previous model was only introduced last January so the next-gen is not expected this soon. No confirmation
Relax, this isn't "bendgate". That sleek, new, naturally curved smartphone you see is LG’s new baby, the G Flex 2. Not only is it distinct from other smartphones in its class because of its curved shape, but the latest version
The rumors are indeed true and LG hasn't given up yet on its curved dreams. A year after the original G Flex, the Korean manufacturer is now revealing the G Flex 2 at CES 2015, with even more curves and more things to flaunt.
CES 2015 is just around the corner and we're all pretty excited about what new gadgets will be introduced. Last year, it was tipped to launch at the first tech event of 2015. It was only a rumor but now that we're days before CES
It's hard to believe, but we are only a month away from the annual CES show in Las Vegas where hoards of new gadgets and electronics launch each year. With the show so close, the rumors are swirling about what products we may see
The LG G Flex began its trek to Android 4.4 two weeks ago with the rollout from AT&T. Now another batch of curved smartphones are getting their KitKat updates, this time courtesy of Sprint. Continue Reading...
Delivering as promised, AT&T has released the Android 4.4 firmware update to owners of LG's curved G Flex smartphone under its care. Included in the announcement are some of the changes users should expect in this update, though
LG's eccentric curved smartphone may have lately taken a backseat in the news, but AT&T isn't forgetting the G Flex just yet. The carrier reported to be ready to launch Android 4.4 KitKat for the smartphone, probably as early as
It might already be a well-known fact, but now Samsung is making it official. The Korean manufacturer's Samsung SDI arm, which is in charge of developing displays and batteries, has just revealed details about its new curved