LG certainly hasn't. Now appearing for the first time are actual photos of the device maker's own version of the curved smartphone, the LG G Flex.
CyanogenMod's activities. As previously shared, they have mighty ambitious plans up ahead, and that starts with adding a few new very recent Android devices, and an odd old one, to their nightly builds list.
Nexus 4 and upcoming Nexus 5, may be getting a little more Google-centric. Reports now indicate that LG will be making a line of Chrome OS devices, and have trademarked names for them. While the filing suggests that they will simply be Chromebooks -- as we’re used to seeing -- it could also mean something new, and the resurgence of one Chrome product we’ve long since left behind.
LG G Pad 8.3 tablet has been rolling out globally and it looks like there has been another release. The latest is the US, where the tablet will be available by way of Best Buy. The retailer will have the LG G Pad 8.3 available beginning today for those shopping online. Elsewise, in-store availability will begin on November 3rd.
LG, along with M&C Saatchi have come up with a rather interesting advertising campaign. LG is using this to promote the G2 smartphone and has it running in Sweden. While that means a vast amount may never see these ads in person, they are adding a nice spin on the regular competition bash.
G Pad 8.3 tablet rollout beginning for those in Korea on October 14. At that time they said the global rollout would follow soon after and it looks like the next phase of the rollout has been revealed. The tablet will be available for those in the UK and Ireland "in the run-up to Christmas."
Samsung and LG wages on, this time on the battlefield of curved displays shrunk down to the size of phones. While Samsung may have had the first word, nothing will stop LG from unleashing upon the masses its own take of what a curved smartphone should be, with its upcoming LG G Flex rumored to come in November.
LG was just about ready to announce the G Pro Lite. And well, aside from not having the 'dual' branding in the name, it looks like the rumors were fairly accurate. The LG G Pro Lite will arrive sporting a 5.5-inch IPS (960 x 540) display, 3140 mAh battery and a feature that we suspect some will either love or hate -- a stylus pen.
Samsung might be busy with its flexible display technology in preparation for the coming of a flexible smartphone, one of its biggest rivals is taking on the same problem from a different angle. Through its chemical company arm, LG has announced that it has reached a breakthrough in battery manufacturing and will be ready to unveil non-rectangular and flexible batteries soon.