The LG Nexus 5X has been on sale plenty of times in the past, but we rarely seen it as cheap as it’s listed today. A new sale has the device listed at $269 unlocked, but you’ll only have a few days to take advantage of the offer.
Nexus devices are well known to provide the best Android experience to the user. Last year LG had brought out the Nexus 5X, while Huawei came in with the high end version, Nexus 6P. Huawei’s version brought the company universal acclaim and there were rumors that the company would be developing the higher end version of the Nexus device this year too. Speaking of rumors, HTC is also said to be developing both the Nexus devices this year. A device, codenamed ‘Sailfish’, has surfaced and is said to be an HTC Nexus device.
There are several phones available from LG’s K lineup, and Sprint has just unleashed one of them for its pre-paid networks. The LG K3 price through Boost and Virgin Mobile is listed at $79.99 and it’s an option if you need an entry-level handset that won’t break the bank.
Most of our coverage here at Phonesreview.co.uk is focused on gadgets, tablets, and smartphones. Occasionally we delve into other types of tech including the LG Mosquito Away TV lineup, which has just been announced for India.
Remember that extremely slick Batman smartphone we showed you from Samsung last week? Well, it looks like we will soon see an X-Men smartphone thanks to LG and it’s recently released X lineup.
The new LG G5 is now available in India through Flipkart (online and offline) for INR 52,990 or approximately $785 in real money. In case you forgot, the new flagship from the Korean tech giant benefits from a clever modular design, boasting its Magic Slot gizmo which allows you to plug in a few specially created accessories into your smartphone.
LG has been on a bit of a tear this week, as we’ve seen several new handsets and slates launched. You can add the LG Stylus 2 Plus to that list, and it has some interesting specifications if you’re in the market for a Note competitor.
We don’t cover nearly as many tablets as we do smartphones as they have failed to catch on like their smaller brethren… with the iPad being the exception. That said, LG hasn’t given up hope as they’ve just unleashed the LG G Pad III 8.0 for the masses.
LG isn’t quite as variant crazy as Samsung or some of the other manufacturers, but they do have several product lines to keep up with. The X lineup is one of them, and today they have introduced not one, but two new handsets from that series with the LG X Power and the LG X Style.
India sees more smartphone releases than any other region around, and LG has just dropped a new device for consumers in the country today. The LG Stylus 2 price has been announced at Rs. 19,500 ahead of an official launch on May 18.