While KDDI's fancy new Isai FL smartphones is not the LG G3, it might as well be it. Not only does it sport almost everything you might want to find in LG's upcoming flagship, it even has that 5.5-inch Quad HD display everyone is talking about.
An LG handset has been leaked once again, and it’s believed to be the G3 we’re expecting. The handset is sharply appointed in a gold color, and has an interesting sensor around the rear. It’s also got a bezel you have to see to believe, and might be the thinnest ever.
LG Display, the Korean manufacturer's display panel production arm, has announced some good news for fans of LG's smartphones. It's 5.5-inch QHD screen has just received its certification and will soon be heading to LG's upcoming flagship, most likely the LG G3.
LG is rolling out their Chromebase today, an all-in-one desktop running Chrome OS. Saying it has “everything a home computer needs to suit a modern lifestyle”, LG is packing all we’ve come to like about Chrome device in a stylish desktop solution. Though it made an appearance at CES this year, the Chromebase is now available for consumers.
The LG G3 seems to be the center of attention these past days. But while the leaked photos keep on coming, they sometimes generate more questions than answers, like this latest batch spotted from Amazon's German catalog, courtesy of MobileGeeks.
We've just entered May, and, naturally, we're about to embark on a road that will take us to the LG G3. In the meantime, have a gander at what LG's flagship will look like, at least based on this pair of clearer, but still leaked, photos.
The latest IDC quarterly update has arrived. This time around we are seeing details on smartphone shipments from the first quarter of 2014 and it looks like Samsung has remained firmly in the top position. In fact, Samsung is shown as having 30.3 percent of the market share.
LG itself might have been keeping a bit mum on its upcoming smartwatch, but one of its regional offices has practically spilled the beans. Its branch in France was reported to have said that the Android Wear-based LG G Watch will be coming in June to the tune of 199 Euros.
LG's earnings report hinted at a wider-scale rollout of its L Series smartphones and now the next wave of that plan has started. In Indonesia, LG has unveiled the L80, so far the fourth of the lineup of affordable smartphones that was introduced way back in February at MWC 2014.