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Cast your music to LG Music Flow through Google Cast

LG is introducing its very first audio products that will not require you to attach your smartphone or tablet to the speakers just so you can listen to your favorite song or share your current playlist at your party. That's because Music Flow is a HiFi audio system that is Google Cast-enabled, so as long as your source device has the extension, then it can cast your music onto the speakers and sound bars, for a truly wireless experience.

LG to allow test of 4,000 new G4 units before launch in customer campaign

We’re drooling with envy here, because LG has just announced that they will be selecting 4,000 lucky users to test out their new flagship smartphone, the LG G4, as part of a customer experience campaign. These consumers will come from 15 different countries and will “test drive” LG’s new baby for a month, with the Korean company hoping to generate hype and also get some feedback before it launches the new device possibly by end of the month.

LG G4’s official invite confirms (kinda) leather-backed device

After weeks of speculation, LG finally officially confirmed their upcoming new flagship as the LG G4 (maybe the last of its kind?) when they released the official teaser video yesterday. Now they've sent out the "formal invite" for the launch later this month, and it looks like it's all about leather and possibly confirming rumors of a leather-backed smartphone. And since they once again avoided competing with announcements of other OEM flagships during the Mobile World Congress, they have now caught the attention of the digital world.

LG shows its UX 4.0 to the public ahead of G4 launch

It’s probably common knowledge over the internet these days that Korean manufacturer LG is planning to unveil its own flagship phone of the year – the LG G4 – following major flagship device launches by Samsung and HTC. But as a teaser to that, LG is showing us a new and revamped user interface with LG UX 4.0.

LG announces new 5.5-inch QHD LCD Panel used in the new G4

LG Display has recently introduced a new Quad High Definition LCD panel for smartphones. The QHD display impresses with a new color gamut, better contrast ratio, brightness, power consumption, and touch function. This is one is very thin and is currently in mass production. We're assuming this 5.5-inch QHD LCD panel with IPS technology will be first used at the upcoming LG G4 because of the same display size and LG said it will be used on the "forthcoming flagship smartphone to be unveiled at the end of the month". Loud and clear.

LG G3 purchase brings free VR headset (limited, US only)

Virtual reality devices still haven't caught on like wildfire for various reasons (too bulky, too expensive) but you can bet that OEMs will continue to sweet talk consumers into trying out their respective devices and the technology itself. LG's marketing is smart enough to know that people will be willing to experience something if it's given for free (well, sort of free) and so now they're offering free VR headsets for those who will purchase their current flagship, the LG G3.

LG G Flex2 undergoes extreme endurance test and (mostly) survives

Some tech websites simply love to run (torture) endurance tests on all the latest gadgets not because they have money to burn, but of course to test out the durability of devices for us consumers that can't afford to attempt to destroy smartphones or tablets. Although of course the tests they put on the devices are extreme, it may mimic the real-life situations that these gadgets may undergo once they are in our care. Full Mag this time chose to do endurance tests on the new LG G Flex2.
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