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.
LG G Flex curved smartphone might just do the trick.
Nexus 5, a lot of interested buyers have been wondering when Google's latest smartphone will be making its way to their favorite carriers. While T-Mobile earlier left a rather vague message that the smartphone will be available in the coming weeks, this latest leak puts a definite timestamp on that schedule.
Samsung Galaxy Round. It curved the opposite direction, on a horizontal axis (in portrait) rather then a vertical. Definitely interesting, everyone wrote it off as a bit of curiosity, and not so much a serious device.
LG has so far kept mum. But while the Korean manufacturer isn't saying a word, French carrier SFR has spilled the beans and revealed that the LG G2 will be getting its Android 4.4 update around December.
The sign-up page is currently a sparse “create an account” destination, but the reach is promising.