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The biggest smartphones of the year, and they’ve just gone head-to-head in a camera face off. Which one comes out on top? Tell us your pick.
The LG G Pro 2 is one of the most exciting devices at MWC. It has great specs, features and an iconic design, but does it live up to the hype?
This week we recap the Rise and Fall of Dong. Of course, we’re talking about the developer of Flappy Bird. We also talk about the latest iPhone 6 leak and hoax, the dozens of Windows Phone 8.1 leaks, Edgar’s love of everything with the letter “G,” and Verizon’s latest shady move.
The LG G Pro 2 gets official, going head to head with the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, and featuring specs like a 5.9-inch screen, 13MP camera, and 2.2GHz Quad-core processor with 3GB of RAM.
LG is currently pulling off one of the strangest device reveals we’ve seen in recent years with the LG G Pro 2, with the company releasing details bit by bit as we lead up to what should be a marvelous Mobile World Congress unveiling. Today, LG is dropping the beans on the camera, telling us […]
We have finally gotten our first clean look at the LG G Pro 2. What we get is a white chassis that doesn’t seem to take a huge departure from the norm, that’s unless you consider the fact that it has LG’s latest back-facing button configuration such as on the LG G2 and the LG G Flex
If you’ve had your heart set on an official followup to LG’s Optimus G Pro (pictured above), you’re about to get some good news. The South Korean company has announced that they will be fully unveiling the LG G Pro 2 at some point in February.
With the LG G Flex up for pre-order and rumors that the LG G3 could launch as early as May, LG still has time to squeeze one more handset into the mix. It could come at Mobile World Congress.
The Sprint LG G3 has just popped up in a UA profile. According to what it was reporting, it could feature a Snapdragon 800 processor. More info in the post.
Heads up, cool kids: Verizon has a couple of new tablets available for sale if you’ve been looking for a new slate to fill that oversized void in your mobile life. Both the LG G Pad 8.3 and Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 are now available.
LG recently unveiled a new evolution to their KnockOn feature that would allow users to power their display on using a unique series of taps. Dubbed “Knock Code,” this method has you tapping your display with a series of patterns as if you’re inputting a lock screen code.
Last month speculation suggested the LG G Pro 2 could launch at Mobile World Congress. An invite being sent to Korean press outlets suggests it could arrive even sooner than that.
LG will deny they’re making the Nexus 5 until the cow comes home, but that won’t keep the rumor mill from spinning. The latest report out of Chinese outlet MyDrivers suggests LG definitely is making the next Nexus device.
LG Optimus Vu 2 pictured When the LG Vu first debuted back in 2012, it was an awkward device that LG was hoping would find Note-like success across the globe. Eventually, the Vu made its way stateside as the LG Intuition on Verizon Wireless, an underpowered slab featuring an odd 4:3 aspect ratio in a […]