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Possible Upcoming LG Nexus Device Pictured In The Wild, Google Branding And All

With plenty of recent rumors indicating that LG would produce the next-generation Nexus, or at least produce one of the next generation of Nexus devices, a new set of images making their way into the wild isn’t coming as much of a surprise. An XDA-Developer forum member has provided us with our first look at the upcoming LG Nexus device. For now, it appears that all of the earlier rumors about an LG … [read full article]

T-Mobile Announces The LG Optimus L9, “Stylish And Powerful”

T-Mobile and LG announce the LG Optimus L9, available later this fall as another member of the popular L-series. The LG is a just 0.36 inches thin with a 4.5” qHD display running on T-Mobile’s nationwide 4G network. “The LG Optimus L9 gives our customers an amazing 4G experience packaged in a stylish design,” said Brad Duea, senior vice president, product management, T-Mobile USA.  “And, when coupled with T-Mobile’s Unlimited Nationwide 4G … [read full article]

LG P769 (Optimus L9) With T-Mobile Branding Leaks To The World

Say hello to the LG P769 (Optimus L9) for T-Mobile courtesy of the @evleaks Twitter account. The LG P769 is no stranger to the market so we’ve got a pretty accurate look at the kind of specs T-Mobile will drop with this device including: Android 4.0.4 1GB RAM 4GB internal memory 4.7″ IPS TFT 854 x 480 display 1GHz processor HSPA+ connectivity 8 megapixel camera 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera 2150 mAh battery … [read full article]

American Consumer Satisfaction Index Says Smartphone Owners Love Apple Most, T-Mobile Tied With AT&T For Satisfaction

The American Consumer Satisfaction Index (ASCI) released their latest findings yesterday, revealing consumer satisfaction scores for cellphone manufacturers and wireless carriers. So who were the top two victors in their respective field? The first may not surprise you  one definitely will as Apple and Sprint take top honors. ASCI collects data from more than 70,000 customers from more than 225 companies in 47 industries and 10 economic factors. This is the first year … [read full article]

Newest comScore Reports Shows Android, Apple Continuing Smartphone Dominance

We knew this was coming as the March smartphone market totals are now in and you’ll only need one guess for who continues to reign number one in the US market. Android its dominance jumping almost four full points to 51% of new American smartphone buyers. Apple’s still riding high as well jumping to 30.7% giving the two top platforms close to 80% marketshare. Microsoft and RIM took their own hits dropping to … [read full article]

LG Support Forum Posts Complete List Of Changes For G2x Software Update

While T-Mobile and LG have already officially announced the P999-V21y software update for the G2x, we were a little short on details for the full list of enhancements and bug fixes. T-Mobile listed random reboot and power off fixes, device stability improvements, wi-fi calling improvements and boot up fixes but the list goes on after that. Thanks to a post on LG’s support forum, we’ve got a complete breakdown of the … [read full article]

(Updated) LG Posts Minor G2x Update, Sadly Not The Update You’ve Been Waiting For

  Update: According to T-Mobile, this update hasn’t been officially released, so you may not see the update as available. A quick note for all you T-Mobile G2x owners out there as a minor update has been released, removed and then re-released by LG. There are some early reports about improved battery life, but mostly you’ll just notice a bump from Android 2.3.3 to Android 2.3.4. There is … [read full article]

T-Mobile “G4X” On The Horizon? Follow Up To The LG G2x?

Well, what do we have here? Word coming from our friends at PocketNow indicates T-Mobile has the “G4x” on the horizon, an Ice Cream Sandwich-powered Android smartphone. Sporting a 4.7″ 720p display, 8-megapixel camera and 21Mbps HSPA+ data all covered in a sub-nine-millimeter casing. With the name “G4x” floating around, there are obvious references to this device being an LG-ready G2x follow-up. There isn’t a whole lot of supporting evidence otherwise that … [read full article]