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Not everyone is able to get service with the Verizons, AT&Ts, Sprints and T-Mobiles of the world. For those folks, some good news has arrived — US Cellular will be carrying the LG G3 starting in October.
Not sure if Nexus 6 or Moto S. In any case, this alleged Shamu is looking mighty hefty. Expect more leaks in the days/weeks to come.
AT&T’s launching another smartphone this Friday for those of you on a budget. The LG G3 Vigor will be available September 26th for $334.99 with no contract.
How do you highlight the big, vibrant display of the LG G3? How about with an equally big and vibrant billboard? That’s exactly what LG did with a new ad placed outside of Saudi Arabia’s King Khalid International Airport. But wait a minute, you say, why is a new billboard newsworthy?
The LG G3 family is getting a little bigger. Today, LG has announced a new mid-range device for the G3 series, and it’s coming to U.S. carriers. The LG G3 Vigor will be available on AT&T and Sprint later this year.
As we prepare for T-Mobile’s Uncarrier 7.0 event kicking off in just a few short minutes, the Uncarrier has been busy pushing out software updates for a variety of their flagship Android devices operating on their network. They’re relatively small updates, mostly having to do with WiFi Calling optimizations, but everything from the Galaxy S4 […]
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Motorola has had a weird history with Android. Now they are hoping to keep the momentum growing with the new Moto X. Let’s take a look at how it stacks up against other top flagship devices.
The Android world has been busy, busy, busy as we slide into a long holiday weekend, and the forums have been abuzz with chatter in anticipation of some sure-to-be huge happenings next week. Time to check in on discussion surrounding the latest gadgets and gizmos in the Android World, where else but Android Forums. HDMI on […]
Don’t call it a comeback, folks. OK, maybe you can. The LG G3 is on track to become the South Korean company’s first smartphone to reach the 10 million sales mark.
LG has been busy: over the weekend they let the world know that the Moto 360 wouldn’t be the only circular Android Wear watch for long and they’ve just now announced the LG G3 Stylus, a variation of their flagship phone that offers an affordable alternative to the up-and-coming Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
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On its own, the LG G3 is just about as good as it gets when it comes to Android smartphones. But if you are looking to step up your G3 game, you can start by checking out some of the great accessories available for the handset. From cases to car docks, memory cards to wireless charging, there are options aplenty for the discerning G3 owner.
If you are looking to get the most out of your LG G3’s powerful hardware and gorgeous display, you will want the best possible software to go with it. From apps for better keyboard and camera experiences to visually stunning yet challenging games, these are the one you simply do not want to miss.
Samsung is about to bring some serious heat to the smartphone world once IFA kicks off next month, with the South Korean company expected to announce the next iteration of their popular Galaxy Note lineup. It looks like LG could have something to say about that.