Under the banner of “Simple is the New Smart”, LG teased the Android community today with some footage of the next G flagship.
Rumors are swirling with what will actually be inside the phone. The G2 was fairly ahead of the curve from a specs perspective, so it’ll take some significant hardware to wow the specs-obsessed Android elite.
We’ll all know more come LG’s proper announcement on May 27, but until then we at least have some confirmation that the G3 looks like it will follow in HTC’s footsteps with an aluminum build. Hit the vid below, and try to keep the drool off your keyboards. Let’s maintain a little dignity ok folks?
Good news for two phone companies looking to step up some competition.
Kantar Worldpanel released European sales stats for phones last fiscal quarter (ending February 2014)., and both LG and Motorola saw gains.
Moto was practically absent from previous analyst reports, but following strong sales of their entry level Moto G handset, has climbed to 6% in less than six months. Lending further credence to the idea that the entry level phone market is primed for serious growth over the next couple years.
LG also saw some great gains moving the LG G2. LG was ahead of the curve with processor and battery tech at the end of last year, unseating the HTC One and GS4 as being the powerful “normal sized” phones in the Android ecosystem. That boundary pushing attitude paid off with LG becoming the fastest growing Android brand of last quarter.
The Moto and LG gains also helped secure Android as a whole positive growth over iOS and Windows Phone, maintaining Google’s top spot for phones. You can read the full report below.
Continue reading Analyst Report: Motorola Gains with Moto G and LG Moves up with G2
This thing is a beast. An absolute monster.
We’ve played with a few large screened phones here, most recently the Lumia 1520, and while I’m still not a huge fan of the phablet, LG has shown they can refine their phone experience and bring a few new tricks to the table. Let’s take a look at their G Flex on AT&T!
Continue reading Long Term Review: The LG G Flex on AT&T!
These FFC Vlogs just might become my place to rant about my pet peeves.
Let’s see how the front camera on the LG G Flex performs while I complain about people who still think that resolution is what makes for a good camera. It’s not the megapixels people…
My poor old workstation struggled to render this video as it’s HUGE, and for those of you rocking UHD and proper 4K monitors, I did upload native res video.
Let’s see if the G Flex’s 4K video is a gimmick, or if you’ll start using it to produce higher resolution movies!
Continue reading Monster Video Test! 4K Video Samples from the LG G Flex on AT&T!
Did you not get the new phone you wanted last year? AT&T might have just the trick for you.
Running now through the end of the month, you can score the LG G2 or Moto X free on a two year contract. Not a bad buy for either as they normally fall into the “$99 on contract” tier. We’ve had the pleasure of playing with both here at SGG, and while they offer up very different experiences, they’re both terrific smartphone solutions.
Shop the LG G2 Here and the Moto X Here. Not a bad way to start the new year off right?
Our LG G2 Review
1st Impressions Moto X
The experiment moves mainstream! The curved screened LG Flex will soon be showing up on AT&T LTE in North America.
Flex features a 6″ 720p AMOLED display which can bend completely flat without damage, and it has the near-magical the ability to heal from minor scrapes and scuffs. Just check this crazy video out.
The rest of the hardware is similar to the LG G2 including processor and camera performance. No pricing or availability as of yet, but full PR below. Continue reading #ATTDevSummit: LG Flex coming to AT&T soon-ish…
Looks like rumors surrounding a possible Nexus 8 tablet from LG were only MOSTLY false…
Google Play Edition phones are popular Android handsets running stock Android. We’ve seen Samsung and HTC strip out all of their custom software on the Galaxy S4 and One phones. LG will be offering up the first GPE tablet with the GPad 8.3. The specs make it a solid competitor for the Nexus 7: a 1080p screen powered by a Qualcomm 600 series chipset and 16GB of storage. Now you can choose between a GPad with LG’s custom software enhancements, or go with a clean, pure stock tablet.
GPad 8.3 GPE will start at $349, which on top of a Nexus 7 price, also nets you a MicroSD card slot and an IR blaster.
Full PR after the jump!
Continue reading LG Intros GPad 8.3 Google Play Edition Tablet