LG G3

LG G3 receives Android Lollipop in Europe

Owners of LG G3 in Europe must be relieved to know that their phones will finally get a taste of Lollipop. Yep, Android 5.0 software is coming to the LG G3 D855 via the D885520e update. LG has started to push the Android Lollipop update to the phones. (Maybe slowly but definitely surely this time.) LG has rolled out the Android Lollipop update just last Friday, December 12 so I'm guessing a lot of LG G3 users already know what Lollipop tastes like on the LG Android phone.

Will LG soon discontinue their G Pro line of smartphones?

LG has been riding on a high the past months, as their flagship LG G3 has received critical acclaim and the OEM seems to be doing good in terms of sales (as compared to the other Korean brand and their fierce rival, Samsung). But this means also that they might need to focus on several product lines and let go of those that may be too "redundant."

CyanogenMod outs official CM11 nightlies for Verizon LG G3

There have been a lot of unofficial CM11-based/CM11-like ROMs for the Verizon LG G3, but finally we have an official one – this is the official CM11 ROM for the Verizon LG G3 (together with nightlies). We got wind of this via the XDA developers forum. If you want some of this, dig in.

LG rolling out Android Lollipop for G3 in South Korea

This is good news for owners of the LG G3, as LG is ready to roll out updates to Android 5.0 for the flagship phone this week, albeit limited to the South Korean market for now. This is not new for LG, as it usually prioritizes its home market for updates like this.

Mugen battery case to juice up Xperia Z3, Xperia Z3 Compact, LG G3

Battery extenders and battery packs are already a necessity and not a luxury especially for people who are always on the go and heavy smartphone users. But sometimes, they can be so bulky and the connector wires can be a hassle and if you forget the wires, then they're practically useless. So some brilliant people invented the battery case and all has become right with the world (at least when it comes to your phone's battery life). Mugen has released three new products for Sony Xperia Z3, Z3 Compact and LG G3 users.

LG G3 Lollipop ROM appears, rooted for your convenience

We told you guys and gals to brace yourselves for the avalanche of Lollipop ROMs sure to come our way after Google officially released Android 5.0, and today we have a new one for you. This is stock a LG G3 ROM, for people who don’t want to mess with LG’s beautiful rendition of Android – but this one is in Lollipop. And rooted, just for you.

LG rolling out Android Lollipop update this week for G3

If you are the lucky owner of an LG G3 and also looking forward to the Android 5.0 Lollipop update, then this is your lucky day indeed (well, also if you live in Poland). The Korean OEM has announced that they will start rolling out the update for their flagship device this week, becoming the first smartphone manufacturer to do so, or at least officially announce that they are doing so. Poland is the lucky country to first receive the major update, followed by other regions, although no schedule has yet been announced.

LEAKED: Android Lollipop for LG G3, plus screenshots and video

It seems like the Android world cannot get Lollipop soon enough – that is Android 5.0, if you’ve been living under a rock these past few months – and more and more devices are being lined up to get the update to the latest and greatest version of the OS. From the looks of it, someone has already leaked the Lollipop update for a variant of the LG G3 (the F400S) and now we get screenshots and videos.

LG confirms Android Lollipop coming to G3 and G2 as well

LG G3 and G2 owners can all now breathe a sigh of relief (if they were ever worried) as it has been confirmed that Android 5.0 or Lollipop as it will be more popularly known will be coming to said devices. The South Korean OEM is one of the last ones to announce that their flagship device was getting an upgrade, as anticipation for the rollout of the latest major update from Google is imminent. Samsung, HTC, Sony, ASUS and of course Nexus devices have all previously announced that they will be getting "Lollipop-ized".
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