Late last year, we told you about a funky new phone from LG called the LG AKA. At the time, we thought it would never leave its homeland, but a wider LG AKA release is coming to take the unique smartphone global.
We love a good rumor as much as the next site, but today’s juice tidbit is something that’s been hinted at before. It’s safe to say folks are looking forward to a new Nexus this year, and a rumor out of Korea suggests LG may be the company behind the upcoming Nexus 7.
Now that we all know what Samsung and HTC’s new flagships look like, a lot of attention has turned to LG and Sony. We know both companies are gearing up for major debuts, but one handset’s potential variant has gotten our attention. There may be a bigger version of the LG G4 this year, and it could have the sharpest display on the market.
We’ve gotten a few glimpses of a device believed to be the LG G4 this week, but everyone knows LG has numerous smartphones planned for 2015. One of them has just passed through FCC certification, and it’s going to be a bit bigger than last year’s G3.
This morning, we told you about a new render making the rounds that showed the backside of an upcoming flagship. That handset was the LG G4, and now another round of renders have surfaced showing the device from the front.
We knew LG wouldn’t bring the LG G4 to MWC 2015 this year, and now an interesting rumor out of Korea says the company may have huge plans later this year. The LG G4 is still in the works, but the company is said to roll out another premium series that will outdo last year’s popular flagship.
It’s early in the year, but we’ve already covered a lot of ground in the smartphone department. That said, there are several devices we haven’t discussed often like the upcoming iPhone 7 or this year’s lineup of Nexus devices. We are going to talk about the latter for the second time in as many days as a new Nexus 2015 rumor has hit the net.
The LG Watch Urbane LTE has just been announced ahead of MWC 2015, and if the name sounds familiar it’s because we just learned about the original Urbane last week. The LTE variant was another wearable we didn’t see coming, and it may be LG’s answer to the Gear Solo.
The LG G Flex was the first “cool” curved device we’ve seen, and everyone knew there would be a sequel in time. That time has arrived if you live in the United States as Sprint is gearing up for pre-orders on the LG G Flex 2 release.
It’s not unusual to see retailers put up product pages for new gadgets before they launch, and sometimes they even leak a bit of information. While we don’t know how accurate this one will turn out to be, the LG Watch Urbane price may have just been revealed.