LG announced on Monday that a 5.2-inch Vu 3 will make its way to Korea later in September. The Vu 3 is an Android 4.2 Jelly Bean device with a
Looks like Google has sold through inventory of both the 8GB and the 16GB versions of the Nexus 4. Boy, that stinks, right? We sure hope they get some more
LG is working on a 6.4-inch Android behemoth of its own, according to new reports hitting the internet. Following on the heels of the G2 and Sony’s Xperia Z Ultra
Newly discovered documents from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) are providing a clear look at what may ultimately prove to be the Nexus 4 successor. The device, which comes from
LG recently announced the LG G2 as their new flagship smartphone and it sure is the best Android phone by LG to date. Earlier this month, LG confirmed that they
It looks like the LG D820/D821 has not been completely separated from the Nexus 5 rumors after all. After telling us earlier this week that the LG D820 will prove to
Look familiar? Well last week we were all excited to see the possible “Nexus 5” starting to come to light. Everyone thought that this could be the unknown phone from
The next-gen Nexus smartphone may have just been found at the FCC. According to details in the federal listing, the LG D820 is an LTE handset with support for AT&T,
T-Mobile today confirmed the pricing and launch dates for its next two LG smartphones, the G2 and Optimus F6. The flagship G2 and its gorgeous 5.2-inch display touch down at
Is this a sign of multiple Nexus products on the horizon or just a different way of promoting the different storage capacities?
LG confirmed on Tuesday that the new flagship experience, the G2, will arrive in the United States later this month. With no clear carrier details or pricing, LG also announced
With the price drop and looming anniversary of the Nexus 4, one might be correct to assume a successor is inbound.
LG just doesn’t know how to sit quietly on their products. Case in point, the rumored 8.3-inch G Pad tablet. Word of the device has slowly started gaining some steam
Verizon today began offering its latest entry-level smartphone, the LG Enact. Priced at $19 with a two-year service agreement, the phone features a QWERTY keyboard, 4-inch 800×480 display, 5-megapixel rear