The LG G3 has leaked out more times than I can keep track of at this point, but there is some information that’s managed to elude us so far. That is the carriers that the G3 will be available on at launch. Tonight it looks like we can add at least one U.S. carrier to ... Read More »
LG admittedly hasn’t been very good with updates. Like, at all. But the company hasn’t abandoned its older phones entirely, as the AT&T LG Optimus G Pro is now getting its update to the latest version of Android. With KitKat, users will be getting the new white look in its status and navigation bars along with ... Read More »
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Despite the fact that the LG G3 has leaked more times than I can count by now, none of those reports have included a complete spec list for the upcoming flagship. That’s finally changing today, as a image has surfaced that may contain all of the G3’s features.
According to a post on Korean forum ... Read More »
The LG G3 is back in the news again today, but rather than coming to us in the form of a report from a leakster, today’s information has been shared by LG itself.
Earlier this week, some new images of the dark gray LG G3 leaked out, giving us a look at the device from several different angles. That dark gray is just one of the three colors that we expect the G3 to launch in, but the good news is that another leak has ... Read More »
Just can’t get enough LG G3? If so, I’ve got some good news for you, because some more images of LG’s upcoming flagship have leaked out.
Earlier this week, LG gave us our first official look at the G3 in a brief teaser video. The company didn’t really show much of the actual hardware, though, instead giving us quick close-up shots of the G3’s rear camera and branding. You know what that means: rumor mill to the ... Read More »
Just a couple of days after LG released a new promo video for its Android Wear-powered G Watch, the Life’s Good crew has put up a fresh teaser for another piece of upcoming Android hardware.
Hot on the heels of its announcement of its new G Pad family of tablets, LG has taken to YouTube to tease another one of its upcoming Android products.