Nexus device made their way around, and Google's major Android event scheduled for tomorrow was suddenly cancelled due to Hurricane Sandy. Read on for more of this past week's best Android news.
Tagged: LG Optimus G
Twitter. They posted a photo of the device, and of course, that means we have to analyse it and see what details we can glean from it.
LG are reaching towards the high end with their latest smartphone. That being their new flagship LG Optimus G powerhouse. When you think of top-tier specs or a dream smartphone, the LG has almost everything you'd like. With an HD screen, quad-core processor, 4G LTE (sort of) and awesome hardware can this smartphone do it all and earn your hard earned cash. Read on to find out what we thought of the Optimus G.
LG Optimus G quad-core 4G LTE powerhouse. We have it here to quickly unbox and get our hands all over once again. LG announced this device last month in Korea, and it will be arriving soon for multiple carriers here in the US. Lets take a look at the Now Network version below.
AT&T customers waiting on the LG Optimus G were given some good news today, as the carrier announced that the phone will be available at its stores on November 2. The phone will set you back $199.99 with a two year contract, and if you want to make sure you get it on day one, you can pre-order it beginning tomorrow. The LG Optimus G has the distinction of being the carrier's first quad-core 4G LTE phone, so we're expecting it to be pretty popular with AT&T customers.
a release regarding its plans for updating many of its devices to Jelly Bean. Owners of some of LG's Optimus devices will get to enjoy the new features of Jelly Bean, some starting as soon as next month. Users with an LG Optimus LTE II will see their phones update sometime in November, with updates for other devices continuing as time goes on.
Nexus smartphone, many of which are claiming the device will be made by LG. What we have below is some odd photos of a prototype LG device running Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, looks very similar to the Optimus G, and has a casing around it hiding its final design. Sounds a bit like what we've seen in the past from Samsung, and even Apple to hide final designs. Could this be the LG Optimus Nexus?
Nexus time! Those rumors were running wild and this is only the beginning.