Now that Samsung has gotten a couple of big announcements out of the way, it’s time for other manufacturers to shine. We’ve already seen the LG G4 announcement, and it looks like the company may be getting ready to release the LG G4c as a smaller version of their flagship.
LG may have just unveiled the LG G4, but it isn’t the only handset getting ready to roll out. If you’re looking for something a bit less expensive and roll with T-Mobile, there are two new smartphones coming your way. The LG G Stylo and LG Leon are both coming to the U.S., and they’ve just been listed online from Magenta.
We’ve spent a lot of time talking about the sleek Galaxy S6 Edge and devices like the upcoming LG G4. One device that has slid under the radar somewhat is getting ready to come to AT&T in the states, and is well worth a look if you are in need of a flagship. It’s the LG G Flex 2, and it’s headed to AT&T on April 24th.
The LG G4 is one of the last big flagships set to debut this year, and while we know it’s coming, many of the regional LG G4 release dates are still up in the air. As we get closer to launch, we expect more details to emerge, but today one piece of the puzzle was solved as the LG G4 release date for South Korea was officially announced.
Windows phones haven’t become nearly as popular as their iOS or Android counterparts, but more companies are starting to produce Windows-based handsets. Microsoft announced new hardware partners back in February of last year, and while things have been slow, we may be getting our first look at an LG Windows phone bound for Verizon.