Tag Archives: LG

Google Sells Out Of 8GB Nexus 4 Online, Won’t Replace Inventory

A bit of disappointing news that might be wrapped in exciting news as the 8GB Nexus 4 sells out of Google’s Play Store. However, even as Google briefed The Verge the model won’t be replaced…it raises the question if a Nexus 5 is on the horizon. There’ s been no shortage of rumors on the Nexus 4 successor, including a back and forth on whether LG or Motorola … [read full article]

LG Posts Four-Minute Walkthrough Video Of Upcoming G2 Smartphone

The LG G2 is a major product launch from the folks at LG and it’s unfortunate that after a high-profile announcement, it has almost dropped off our radar. Well, LG wants you to know everything about the device thanks to a four-minute incredibly detailed walk-through. Innovation begins with understanding. See a whole new level of innovative technology with meticulous craftsmanship of LG G2 in this promo film. LG G2 breaks the limit with: … [read full article]

T-Mobile Announces Three New LG Smartphones: LG G2, Optimus F6 And Optimus F3

Boom! T-Mobile just hit the inbox with news that they are launching not one, not two but THREE new LG devices on the network. First and foremost is LG G2, the 5.2″ stunner with a Full HD IPS display, 13 megapixel OIS camera, 3000mAh battery and a plethora of LG-centric features. The G2 offers “superior graphics, accurate colors and clear images without any distortion.” Let’s get right down to the nitty and gritty … [read full article]

T-Mobile Announces August 7th Release Date For LG Optimus F3

T-Mobile has gone and made the release of the LG Optimus F3, a phone we’ve already seen through a series of leaks official. Coming August 7th, the Optimus F3 will be available on the company’s Simple Choice rate plan offerings for $0 down and 24 monthly payments of $10. The Optimus F3 includes a 4″ IPS display, 5 megapixel rear-facing camera, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, LTE capability, up to 32GB expandable memory … [read full article]

LG G2 Passes Through The FCC, T-Mobile HSPA+ And LTE In Tow

Anytime a device passes through the FCC halls T-Mobile compatible HSPA+ and LTE bands, we’ll always get a little hopeful and it’s happening once again with the passage of the LG G2. While the device is set to be officially unveiled by LG in New York on August 7th, the device hit the FCC yesterday complete with AT&T and T-Mobile compatible LTE, HSPA+ frequencies. I’d like to think that means a … [read full article]

T-Mobile Branded LG Optimus F3 Press Shots Leak On Twitter

It’s been almost two months since we last heard anything about the upcoming LG Optimus F3 for T-Mobile. Well, @evleaks is back with some unofficial press shots providing us with another look at the hardware and LG customized software. A quick rewind to June 2nd shows a T-Mobile branded “F6 NewCo” being tested in the wild, but we knew better than to call it the F6. There’s still no word … [read full article]

Possible T-Mobile LG Optimus F6 Found Hanging With Mr Blurrycam

An interesting bit of news out of super Twitter tipster @evleaks this morning as he discovers a T-Mobile branded LG Optimus F6 hanging in the wild. I’ve heard that T-Mobile had a LG under testing but assumed it was the LG Optimus F3 based on its internal codename. However, I’m much happier with a branded device hanging around with the “F6” tag in yellow. As for the “NewCo” part of the yellow label, that’s … [read full article]

LG Announces Global Availability For White Nexus 4, Won’t Make Nexus 5?

The White Nexus 4 has finally, officially been given the global release go ahead thanks to a new LG press statement. Once a unicorn talked about only in back-rooms and secret hallways, the white Nexus 4 unveiled itself to the world in a far more “official” capacity at Google’s I/O conference earlier this month. The Nexus 4 White features the same stock Android Nexus experience as the black color … [read full article]

Windows Phone Overtakes BlackBerry Marketshare As Samsung Dominates Android Profits Once Again

Oh how the mighty have fallen as another piece of bad news surfaces for the BlackBerry crowd as new figures suggest the once giant smartphone OS has dropped to fourth in global shipments. There’s no question that Android at 75% and iOS at 17.3% of the total global smartphone market in the first quarter 2013 have the clear lead. Still, Microsoft saw an increase of 133.3-percent over the last 12 months to hit 3.2-percent globally. … [read full article]