French carrier SFR suggesting Android 4.4 Kit Kat was heading to the LG G2 in December. Well, while we have yet to hear anything confirming that timeline direct from LG, it looks like there may be some news for those in Canada. LG Canada has been talking about Kit Kat on the G2, though, the timeline may not be what many were hoping to hear.
A report out of Korea suggests that a successor is already in the works, and might feature more flexing that we’re ready for. With a chassis that is also set to flex under strain, the newer G Flex could be nearly indestructible.
we can scratch one story from memory.
Nexus 5 who might have been slightly disappointed not to see the manufacturer's new KnockOn feature may now have a way to get their fix. That is, if they're willing to take the adventure in installing a custom Android kernel on their smartphone.
LG has been showing off the self healing ability of the G Flex smartphone recently. The video they released had the handset being scuffed with a bronze brush in even strokes, which as many decided -- that may not be an accurate real world test. Thankfully though, we have the internet and that means someone is generally going to be willing to step up.
LG announced the G Flex, dubbed a "true curved smartphone" back in October. The handset has been confirmed for those in South Korea as well we parts of Europe. And with LG not having offered any confirmation just yet, an FCC filing suggests the G Flex may arrive for those in the US. The filing is suggesting AT&T and T-Mobile support.
Nexus 5 launched on Halloween, as had been rumored. But while this latest Nexus smartphone has an appropriate name, both in regards to this being the fifth-generation and also because it follows the Nexus 4 -- LG apparently had something else in mind. Details coming from the Korean language Chosun bring talk of the Nexus G.
released a neat infographic which shows how they feel we use our smartphones. Rather than tell us what apps they think we use, they concentrated on the where and when of using a smartphone. We hate to say it, but they’re probably dead on.
Orange, which uses the EE network in the UK but their own in other areas. The device will be available in France, starting in February, but no other details were provided.