Trying to build up the hype for its next big smartphone, LG is now said to be scheduling a February 13 announcement for the LG G Pro 2. This is a good two weeks before its expected appearance in Barcelona at the Mobile World Congress 2014.
In what could be one of the strangest unions of technologies, LG has filed a patent that is practically a flexible capacitive stylus with some smartwatch functionality, or a smartwatch band with a stylus tip. It remains to be seen whether this patent actually amounts to anything, though the design does raise some interesting points.
With larger devices like the LG G Flex, multi-window utility is an option many take advantage of. By splitting the screen in two (figuratively, we’re not cutting things in half, here), we can get a snippet of multiple things without having to navigate between apps. Fun and functional, some are still in the dark about how this all works, and why it’s one of the coolest features on the G Flex.
T-Mobile announced the upcoming availability of a pair of LG smartphones back towards the end of January. The devices include the LG G Flex and the Optimus F3Q and as was expected, both are available for purchase beginning today. The G Flex is the handset that sports a 6-inch curved display and the Optimus F3Q, well, that should appeal to those who feel the need for a slide-out QWERTY.
If you can look past the ridiculously long name, then the LG Optimus L1 II Tri might have something interesting to offer. That is, if you're the type of person who carries around three different SIM cards for whatever reason but also don't want to bring along one to two smartphones.
With the LG G Flex, the volume and power buttons are around back. Situated just under the camera, it makes for a disorienting experience until you get used to it. There are also those situations where you may think twice about how to do something simple, like take a screenshot. With LG’s newer devices, there are a few native ways to accomplish this, and some apps to consider as well.
AT&T announced details surrounding the availability of the LG G Flex earlier back in January. At the time AT&T offered pricing details, and began accepting pre-orders within a few days time. Well, flash forward till the present day and the handset is now available for purchase by way of the AT&T website.
Playing up the hype that will lead to its unveiling this month, LG is little by little divulging features of its upcoming G Pro 2 smartphone. This time the Korean manufacturer is focusing on its camera with a feature that it simply calls OIS Plus.
The LG G Flex is officially stateside. Via AT&T, you can now pick one up, and enjoy the 6-inch curved OLED screen for yourself. If you’re curious about the curved device, you’re reading this review as a means to decide if it’s the right one for you. Certainly polarizing, the G Flex stands out in a crowd, but does it do so in the right way? We find out.
While LG has officially confirmed the existence of the G Pro 2, we have so far no idea what this upcoming smartphone will look like. That is, until now. A pair of photos has just been leaked that show what is supposedly the G Pro 2, revealing a mix of features from LG's own lineup as well as its chief rival.