The G4 had one of my all time favorite smartphone cameras. With the V10, LG is looking to improve their video by introducing manual settings similar to their still photography controls. Does the V10 improve upon its predecessor? Does it live up to the hype? Let’s take a look at the most comprehensive camera review available for LG’s fashionable flagship phone!
Sad day Gadget Groupies. My Galaxy Note 5 is dead. Here’s how I broke one of the prettiest (and most expensive) phones of the year…
This week’s episode is HUGE! I spent the week out in NYC to check out the Microsoft keynote, and we got to see a ton of new hardware! Lumia 950 and 950XL, Surface Pro 4, Surface Book, and the Band 2!
As soon as I got home though, my pals at LG had a shiny new V10 smartphone waiting for me to try out!
Last but not least, I went hands on with the Santa Monica Pier Aquarium’s new submersible ROV! Makre sure you’re charged and ready! It’s PODCAST TIME!
Microsoft Keynote Blog: http://goo.gl/iXEV65
More info on Heal the Bay’s education and conservation efforts:
The end of 2015 is shaping up to be a competitive race. Of course we had iPhone launch day, Google’s new Nexi, and we’ll be talking new Windows Phones in about a week, but LG is making sure they don’t go quiet before the holiday buying season.
Before their official keynote, LG published an aggressively stylish video to show off their new aggressively stylish smartphone. The V10 builds on the success of the G4, but mixes in some new technology tweaks and higher quality build materials.
We’re looking at the same Qualcomm 808 processor, but now paired with an additional gigabyte of RAM. We also keep the same 3000mAh battery, with a removable back and MicroSD card storage expansion.
That’s where the similarities with the G4 end. Everything else gets some kind of tweak. Continue reading LG Unveils V10 Premium Android Smartphone
Do you want to see what the iPhone 6S camera is REALLY capable of? Well here’s the most comprehensive review available online of Apple’s higher resolution iSight sensor! Let’s look at photo and video performance in all its UHD video glory!
Form or function? This year we’ve seen some great “debates” from smartphone manufacturers over what styles and which features consumers care about most. Let’s take a look at the Galaxy S6 Edge+ and how it compares to LG’s slightly older the flagship the G4. FIGHT!
LG G4: 2 Month follow up https://youtu.be/xz–akwc7-Y
GS6E+ Review https://youtu.be/SMaoN_DJpuA
LG G4 Camera https://youtu.be/CvNf_U0JIjg
GS6E+ Camera https://youtu.be/qJpthH4npZ0
LG G4 Speaker https://youtu.be/pCC8UgdrcoU
GS6E+ Speaker https://youtu.be/X8uSLi1ObEg
The Note name carries a lineage of power user productivity. Does the Note 5 continue Samsung’s phablet dominance? It’s time to review one of the most anticipated phones of the year! Let’s do this!
I’ll be honest. With the rise of phablets like the Note and Lumia 1520, I’ve almsot entirely stopped using mini-tablets like my Nexus 7. Lenovo is doubling down on big screen phones with the Phab Plus.
We can joke about what this might look like holding it up to your face, but the calls are no longer the primary use for our “phones”. We expect excellent data driven experiences. In a way, it is kind of silly that our LTE enabled tablets can’t make and receive calls…
The Phab Plus sports a 6.8″ 1080p screen paired with a Qualcomm Octa-core CPU and 2GB of RAM. 32GB of storage is built in, and you can add more via MicroSD. A 13MP rear camera and 5MP FFC should handle most photo and video tasks, and the larger body means there’s more room for a larger speaker and “sound chamber” Lenovo claims will offer a more immersive audio experience.
This LTE device will have a 3500mAh battery which Lenovo claims is good for “up to 2 days of battery”, but I would imagine this will likely be a “charge every night” kinda phone.
From a design standpoint, it follow in the footsteps of their Vibe series, rounded aluminum frame.