LG G2, by announcing a new line of premium cases ahead of the release of the G2. As part of LG's premium phone accessories lineup, the new cases are designed to not only be convenient and useful, but also aesthetically pleasing.
LG G2 smartphone, however while we know that date -- there is still plenty of discussion in terms of when the handset will actually arrive for purchase. We have seen some reports suggesting late-August, however some updated information coming by way of the Korean press points towards a global launch with 100 mobile carriers.
LG. The former has formerly announced its new triple-SIM technology, which is designed for 3G Android smartphones and has already been utilized by LG in one of its newly unveiled smartphones.
LG G2 smartphone has been in the news a lot lately. Thanks to offering an impressive 5.2-inch display, being the first phone with Qualcomm's 2.3 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, and for the fact that the buttons are on the back and not the sides. We know it's going to be announced August 7th, but when will it hit the streets? Head on past the break to find out.
LG have been busy sending out multiple press invites for the same event. That being their August 7th unveiling of the first smartphone to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 series quad-core processor. The upcoming LG G2 is quite the impressive looking handset, and their latest press invite going out today confirms leaks regarding backside touch controls.
LG has confirmed the "G" will be their premium brand name moving forward, like the upcoming LG G2 smartphone, it's pretty safe to assume an array of other "G" branded devices are coming soon. Earlier today we reported on a GPad trademark filing, but it looks like LG has a lot more up their sleeves than that. Talk of an LG G Watch, G Glass, and other "G" apps to take on Samsung and more.
LG are aiming to have a pretty solid end to 2013, and now it looks like we could be seeing a lot more than just the upcoming flagship LG G2 smartphone. After officially confirming the "G" will be their new premium brand name, like Samsung's Galaxy, we're now seeing some filings suggesting an LG GPad will follow the G2 smartphone.
LG. They did make it clear they were going to be announcing the handset on August 7th, and as of today they have shared a rather interesting teaser video. The video is a bit longer than a minute and a half and while it is clearly connected to the phone, it is talking about humans.
Virgin Mobile has another LTE handset joining the available lineup today. The handset is the LG Optimus F3 and as standard practice with Virgin Mobile -- it will be available without any long-term contract. The Optimus F3 will be priced at $179.99 and available with the month-to-month Beyond Talk plans.