LG has all but confirmed and revealed the LG G3's appearance, but there's definitely room for more visual eye candy. While these images aren't exactly the real thing, as they are 3D renders meant for press materials, they do expose what the final product could look like overall.
Now there's no more guessing if and when LG will be unveiling the LG G3. The Korean company has practically bared it all with a new video that tries to make us drool in anticipation for the announcement on May 27.
LG unveiled the Lifeband Touch and Heart Rate Earphones back in January, during CES. The features for both were discussed at the time, however the pricing and availability remained somewhat of a mystery. Well, flash forward till today and the mystery has been resolved. LG has said theses two items will be available in the US beginning on May 18th.
LG is expanding its G Pad line to cover the usual gamut of tablet sizes. Building on the 8.3-inch model announced last year, the 7.0-inch, 8.0-inch, and 10.1-inch G Pad tablets offer users more choices in how they want to consume, or create, their content.
While KDDI's fancy new Isai FL smartphones is not the LG G3, it might as well be it. Not only does it sport almost everything you might want to find in LG's upcoming flagship, it even has that 5.5-inch Quad HD display everyone is talking about.
An LG handset has been leaked once again, and it’s believed to be the G3 we’re expecting. The handset is sharply appointed in a gold color, and has an interesting sensor around the rear. It’s also got a bezel you have to see to believe, and might be the thinnest ever.
LG Display, the Korean manufacturer's display panel production arm, has announced some good news for fans of LG's smartphones. It's 5.5-inch QHD screen has just received its certification and will soon be heading to LG's upcoming flagship, most likely the LG G3.
LG is rolling out their Chromebase today, an all-in-one desktop running Chrome OS. Saying it has “everything a home computer needs to suit a modern lifestyle”, LG is packing all we’ve come to like about Chrome device in a stylish desktop solution. Though it made an appearance at CES this year, the Chromebase is now available for consumers.