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Mediatek became largest chipset vendor in 2020
In 2020, Taiwan's Mediatek grew by almost 120 million unit s shipped, giving it a 30 million unit lead over Qualcomm.
LG Mobile offering some insane Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals
If you happen to follow me elsewhere, you will know my affinity for LG smartphones. I think it mostly has to do with the...
LG Velvet review: Stunning mid-ranger that can be anything you want
The LG Velvet is tapped to be a fantastic midrange phone with 5G support. But can LG overcome recent hurdles and give us what we all want?
LG Velvet will be cheapest at T-Mobile
T-Mobile announced that its version of the LG Velvet goes on sale September 10 with a price tag that beats other carriers.
Verizon announces LG Velvet pricing and August 21 arrival
Verizon announced it will soon carry the new LG Velvet smartphone. It comes in an exclusive color and supports both versions of the carrier's 5G networks.
LG Velvet 5G available at AT&T starting today
The LG Velvet 5G is available starting today, at your nearest AT&T store. Starting at $599, the phone offers a captivating body and some modest specs.
OnePlus Nord confirmed by OnePlus, will launch July 21
OnePlus claims to be returning to their budget roots with the launch of the OnePlus Nord, which is set to launch July 21.
LG Velvet not expected to feature a Quad DAC
There is a very good chance the LG Velvet will not include a Quad DAC, a feature LG has almost standardized across its previous phones. Does it matter?
LG Wing rumored with rotating second screen
LG announced that they were creating a new brand identity for their devices in April, with the first device in this effort being the...
LG Velvet official pricing and hands-on video leaked
In Mid-April, LG announced that they were creating a new brand identity by giving each device it's own name, beginning with the LG Velvet. Just...
LG Velvet to usher in new brand identity
Starting with the Velvet, LG is moving away from alphanumeric naming conventions for its phones and into something it sees as more "familiar and expressive.