LG's plans for the rest of the year and early 2014, and some of it should have many of you Android fans quite excited. According to an exec out of LG Bulgaria, LG plans to have a tablet later this year, a smartwatch, bigger phablets, and even flexible display devices early next year. This one is a whopper.
delayed back in April we're now hearing the folks from Samsung are on track to release a product, or two, with their flexible display technology later this year. Devices such as smartphones, or the rumored Galaxy Gear smartwatch could all feature this next-gen technology.
Samsung's upcoming smartwatch have been coming in at a steady pace as of late. With multiple sources all claiming a device called the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch will be unveiled alongside the Galaxy Note III on September 4th at their Unpacked event. Today though some specs have leaked, and it sounds quite impressive.
Glass activities this month. Earlier this week, a call was put out for Glassware developers to start making Android-based apps for Google's wearable computer. Now, Google is extending its Glass Explorer Program by sending current Glass owners an invitation that they can share with someone else.
LG. The former has formerly announced its new triple-SIM technology, which is designed for 3G Android smartphones and has already been utilized by LG in one of its newly unveiled smartphones.
Galaxy S4 or HTC One, you're running the latest and greatest quad-core processor from Qualcomm. They've been a staple in the mobile market as of late, and are leading the charge on top-tier smartphones, and in the 4G LTE market as well. Today we had a moment to talk with Qualcomm about their upcoming tech following this weeks earnings report, and learned some exciting news about their next chip, the Snapdragon 800.
LG has confirmed the "G" will be their premium brand name moving forward, like the upcoming LG G2 smartphone, it's pretty safe to assume an array of other "G" branded devices are coming soon. Earlier today we reported on a GPad trademark filing, but it looks like LG has a lot more up their sleeves than that. Talk of an LG G Watch, G Glass, and other "G" apps to take on Samsung and more.
ESPN are having a little bit of fun with Google's latest innovation. That being Google Glass of course. We've seen it in operating rooms, at Tennis championships, and now we're getting a eye-to-eye look at NFL Quarterbacks throwing lasers passes to their wide receivers.