Today, the LG G3 is everyone's newest darling device, so its not surprising to hear the mobile carriers raise their hands high to shout "me too!". The good news is that the G3 will be landing on all major US carriers. It's just a question of when.
LG might soon be unveiling one of two first Android Wear smartwatches, but the device that it has might not exactly be to Google's liking. Korean media now reports that the LG G Watch, or some variant of it, will be sporting a non-removable SIM or uSIM inside, making the smartwatch more independent of a smartphone.
LG’s new G3 flagship has some great features, and their camera has drawn our interest. The laser focussing aims to make quick snaps a breeze, and the 13MP shooter is one we’ve liked since their G2 last year. LG also thinks they can improve selfies with a new lighting scheme. We’ve ran it through some quick testing to give you a good idea of just how it’s working out.
LG’s latest flagship, the G3, is ready for prying eyes and fumbling thumbs. SlashGear has gone hands-on with the device in London, and offers up a glimpse at just what makes the device so good. A big, beautiful screen and impressive camera are just a few of the options we’ve seen today, while the Snapdragon 801 and 3GB RAM keeps things humming along.
The LG G3 is out, and it’s a hardware fans dream come true. Metal, lasers, and a stunning screen make for a well-rounded flagship from LG. Though the spec sheet for flagships is starting to level out a touch, LG’s offering is nothing to scoff at. A top-end Snapdragon SoC and standard memory options, along with an extended RAM option, will keep your device humming along.
More than two weeks ago, LG announced three new members of its G Pad tablet family to be exhibited at MedPi 2014 in Europe. Now we're getting a glimpse of one of these, the G Pad 7.0 to be exact, and rumored details for this device may sound a bit disappointing.
By the time LG unveils the LG G3 in a few hours, there will barely be any surprises left. In the Netherlands, the official product page for the G3 has gone up, and remains up, detailing almost everything that you'll need to know about this upcoming flagship.
It's understandable that there are people who are excited about the upcoming LG G3, but it seem that some stores are just a tad too eager. A store in Korea, in particular, has been caught showing off a dummy model of the smartphone, days before LG itself would show off the actual device.
LG has pre-announced one accessory that is designed specifically for the LG G3, but apparently there is one more. Spotted in a series of photographs are the rather curious-looking QuickCircle cases that sports a wireless charging feature, as well as the charging dock that makes that feature useful.
We're just counting the days until LG officially takes the veil off the G3 and the company is making good use of that time to try and make us drool. A quartet of videos attempt to do just that by teasing us about the the things that are to come later this week.