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  1. We’ve been seeing LG G3 rumors pop up left and right this month, but today we’re getting a look at another upcoming phone from the South Korean company. A press render of the device, apparently called the LG isai FL and headed to Japan, surfaced online today with a sleek Nexus 5-inspired design courtesy of trusted tipster @evleaks. The LG isai FL features a frame similar to the Nexus 5, though with a few design improvements and a custom user interface. The phone’s creators appear to have trimmed away as much bezel as possible, especially from above the screen. On the back we’ve still got LG’s
  2. We’ve been hearing rumors about the upcoming LG G3, a device expected to become LG’s 2014 flagship, but it’s not even official yet, and we’re already witnessing the first leaks for a device derived from it - the LG G3 mini. A smarphone codenamed B2 mini has appeared in documents, and given that the expected LG G3 is referred to as the B2, chances are this is our first encounter with the LG G3 mini. The compact handset also carries the LG D725 model number, and we know that it will feature a 720p display of unknown size (we’d guess around 4.7”, as is the trend with ‘minis’ nowadays, but tha
  3. LG’s upcoming wearable, the G Watch has been circulating the internet and the Korean tech manufacturer decided to release something to whet our appetites: a new teaser picture. As you can see above, the ad shows off the smartwatch’s water and dust resistance. This seems to be a good marketing strategy for LG, as the idea of strapping a small computer to your wrist doesn’t exactly instill ideas of durability or practicality in the minds of most consumers. The G Watch does seem like an interesting concept: an understated Android Smartwatch that won’t balk at the threat of dust and w
  4. At around 6:30pm a driver stopped at a truck stop in Gary, Indiana for a quick break and when he came back he found his truck missing. The cargo he was driving? 22,500 LG G2 phones headed to Sprint stores in Louisville, Kentucky. Indiana and Illinois state police along with the FBI have launched an investigation. Phone heists are nothing new – though it’s usually an iPhone that’s the target. However, in the iPhone cases it was a couple of hundred units worth around $100,000 in one case and £100,000 in the other. An LG G2 off contract costs $630 new so this heist was worth about $1
  5. The Nexus 4 officially did not have LTE support, tough people found a way to enable the hidden 4G connectivity. That didn’t work too well, but recently we’ve been seeing rumors that a Nexus 4 LTE is in the works. A Bluetooth certification just confirmed those rumors. The designs were submitted on October 24th and were listed on the 25th. The Design model number is listed as LG-E960 (that’s the model number for the Nexus 4) but the Design description calls the device “LGE LTE Mobile Phone(LG-E960)”. The listing is linked to the listing for the E960 but also linked to the one LG-D8
  6. This morning a lovely piece of video has surfaced showing the LG-made Nexus 5 from all angles, complete with an early version of KitKat called Key Lime Pie. This device appears to be working with KitKat, but as youll find in the menu pull-down the user attains right off the bat, hell be heading down to the version of the software released to Googles developers before the name change. Youll also find this devices software moving swiftly Buttery smoothness in full effect. A lot of the changes made in the latest builds of Android 4.4 KitKat do not appear here in this particular hands-on video. Y
  7. Nokia has struggled to get into the US market for years now, but it seems that its hard work is finally starting to pay off. Counterpoint Research reports that in Q3 of this year Nokia leapfrogged several makers to reach the fourth spot among smartphone vendors in the US. This sounds less impressive when you look at the numbers - Nokia holds a smidgen over 4% of the market. But you have to look deeper - in Q2 this year, Nokia was at a 1.4%. It took it almost year to get to that point, in Q3 2012 Nokia barely registered at 0.7%. So in three months Nokia more than doubled its market sh
  8. Roughly 24 hours after going official the LG Nexus 5 got the root treatment. The feat was accomplished by the renowned Android developer Chainfire. The root method appears easy to accomplish.It requires booting the Nexus 5 in fastboot mode and connecting it to your computer via a USB cable.Afterwards, executing a simple command is required to root the device. You can find detailed instructions about rooting the Nexus 5 below. DownloadCF-Auto-Root Extract the ZIP fileBoot your device in bootloader/fastboot mode.this can be done by turning your device off, then holding VolUp+VolDown+Power to tu
  9. it is HERE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQ0XTJqFLIE source : thetechblog
  10. Here comes Google and LG's next big thing Today brings an end to all the rumors, leaks and speculation — the LG-made Google Nexus 5 is finally official, and you'll be able to buy it tomorrow. The Nexus handset is a 5-incher with a 1080p display, a 2.3GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 CPU and 2GB of RAM. Storage comes in 16 and 32GB configurations. The Nexus 5 is the first Nexus device to ship with an OIS (optical image stabilization) camera — an 8MP unit — which should compensate for hand motion in photos. It's also packing a 2300mAh battery and wireless charging capabilities. Two
  11. An Argentinian broadcaster Telefe apparently managed to obtain the phone for an in-studio hands-on video, and journalist Federico Ini also manage to provided some additional photos. According to Ini, the G Flex's curved screen is 6 inches across, and the phone features rear-mounted buttons in a similar style to the LG G2's. The camera is said to be 13 megapixels, matching both the G2 and Samsung's Galaxy Round, which has an OLED display that curves on a different axis. The G Flex is reminiscent of LG and Samsung's curved OLED TVs, with the screen's edges slightly turning inwards when
  12. Now that the Nexus 5 factory image is in the wild, it is being torn apart by the lovely dev community. We’ve got the full-sized versions bundled into a .zip file below. -| Download |- Nexus 5 Wallpapers source: droidlife
  13. Looking for an Android device to test your app on but don't have access to the latest hardware? If you live in US or Canada, LG has got you covered. B) Android developers in the above mentioned areas can now sign up for LG's developer program to request an LG G2 or even the older Optimus G Pro and Optimus G for up to 30 days to test their applications on. Interested, Sign up for the LG Device Loaner Program source: gsmarena
  14. Android 4.4, also known as KitKat, is the most recent version of Google’s popular operating system, and it’s already shipping in several new devices around the world. But what about the 900 million or so Android devices that have been sold to date? How do you know if your phone or tablet will get a sweet KitKat upgrade? Here's a guide to the major manufacturers and their KitKat roadmaps so far. Google The Nexus 7 and Nexus 10, will all receive the KitKat upgrade. Motorola Motorola is primed to show off the latest and greatest facets of Android and the new KitKat operating system. I
  15. LG officially took the wraps off the G Flex smartphone with curved display in Korea. The Android handset will hit all three major carriers in its homeland next month, where it will square off against the Samsung Galaxy Round. Naturally, the main feature of the LG G Flex is its curved display. It is a massive 6” 720p OLED unit whose IMAX cinema-like horizontal curve in landscape mode will allow for an immersive experience when watching videos or playing video games. Another peculiar talent featured by the device is self-healing film on its back which can deal with minor scratches i
  16. Google is expected to officially unveil the Nexus 5 in any day or moment form now. But one Canadian carrier has apparently grown tired of waiting. Wind Mobile today launched a pre-registration page for the upcoming Android flagship, describing it as "the smart, new phone made to capture the moments that matter." The page also reveals some key specifications for the latest Nexus handset. The internals listed here largely match up with what we've seen from previous leaks and FCC filings, so there's not much in the way of surprises. According to Wind, the Nexus 5 will feature a 4.95-inch 1080
  17. According to our favorite leaker out there, Evleaks, it appears that the LG G3 is going to have a metal back, as well as having a removable battery. So for those of you that are in love with HTC’s metal backing on the One M7 and the One M8, well the LG G3 appears to have it as well. Which means no more fingerprint magnet, on the LG G2, which was the biggest complaint amongst most people. Now we also have a removable battery here, which is great. But in that same picture, we see the micro SIM card slot. If you look closely, it looks like there is a microSD card slot above it as well. As fa
  18. A couple of months after most of its competitors unveiled their flagship phones for 2014, LG is ready to follow suit. The Korean company has issued invitations to events in six cities across the world on May 27th and 28th, with San Francisco, New York, and London holding simultaneous gatherings for the launch of a new product. Seoul, Singapore, and Istanbul will follow the next day. It's not explicitly named, but there can be little doubt that this will be the new G3 Android smartphone. LG acknowledged it plans to release the G3 within the second quarter of 2014 in its earnings report fil
  19. LG is going to launch the G Watch this June with a pricetag of €199 in Europe (probably $199 in the US). LG France has confirmed the information to the news outlet Lesnumeriques. It’s almost certain that the G Watch is going to be the base for the first Google Nexus smartwatch, which too will run the recently announced Android Wear OS. The G watch’s display is going to be always on and packs a resolution of 280 x 280 pixels. Last week, LG uncovered a new Champagne Gold color to join the Stealth Black, which was showed at the official announcement of the watch. The G Watch is also
  20. The LG G Wear has a new video out today and it shows the watch in its full glory. The video itself doesn’t reveal anything that we didn’t already know but it’s cool enough and keeps the excitement going for the smart wearable’s summer release. The watch will be available in two colors – stealth black and champagne gold – and its metal body will be water resistant. LG dubs the G watch display as “always-on”, so we’re intrigued to see what really stands behind those words and how would the battery endure. The watch is rumored to double as the first Google Nexus smartwatch and unconfirmed in
  21. LG has unveiled its first ever smart LED light bulbs. Called the LG Smart Bulb, it’s able to connect to Android 4.3+ and iOS 6+ devices using Wi-Fi, allowing you to control it from your smartphone or tablet. The LG Smart Bulbs are low wattage with LG claiming they’ll run for more than a decade. The company has also baked some interesting features in the software controlling them. One of them is a security-oriented and turns the light on when you’re not home. They also boast a so called “party mode”, which will make them flash in different colors in correspondence with the music that
  22. LG announced on Thursday how it plans on releasing the LG G2 mini. Starting next month, the device will be launched in certain Russian territories. Shortly thereafter, the Korean manufacturer will roll out the device through Europe, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East and Africa. Pricing and further details of the phone's availability will be made known in the appropriate local markets in the weeks ahead. The LG G2 mini is equipped with a 4.7 inch IPS display with resolution of 540 x 960, and a quad-core 1.2GHz CPU is under the hood. 1GB of RAM is on board with 8GB of native storage. A m
  23. LG G3 was announced just minutes ago with a 5.5″ QHD display, Snapdragon 801 chipset and a 13MP OIS+ camera with laser auto-focus. The device will be hitting South Korea tomorrow, while the rest of the world will get in in the next couple of weeks. Enjoy the first promo video out there Source
  24. The LG G3 is finally official and is ready to take the duties as the company's 2014 flagship Android smartphone. it features a 5.5" True HD-IPS+ LCD display with a QHD (2560 x 1440 pixels) resolution. This results in the eye-watering (in a good sense) pixel density of 534 pixels per inch. Inside the phone, there's a Snapdragon 801 (MSM8975AC) chipset with a 2.5GHz quad-core Krait 400 processor and Adreno 330 GPU. The version of the G3 with 16GB of internal memory sports 2GB of RAM, while the 32GB model has 3GB of RAM. Both versions will pack microSD card slots supporting up to 128GB card
  25. LG is still keeping the G Watch shrouded in mystery. Its key specifications aren’t disclosed just yet, as the company awaits the first Android Wear devices to debut at this year’s Google I/O. This leaves the G Watch’s features open to speculation and according to industry sources cited by a Korean media outlet, the watch is going to feature a USIM module allowing it to place calls. Not surprisingly, the report suggests LG U+ carrier will be the first to release the G Watch in South Korea. LG UK has confirmed that the G Watch will launch by July with a price tag of less than €220. The spe
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