LG Electronics has announced the availability of its webOS TV platform ecosystem to other TV brand partners. This means the webOS is no longer exclusive to LG. LG made this move after overhauling its webOS significantly, which was showcased, in CES 2021. Continue reading “LG opens WebOS TV platform to third-party TV manufacturers”
There were reports circulating on the Internet that Samsung’s home-grown rival LG might scrap the rollable smartphone project amid speculation as LG reportedly considering an exit from the smartphone business. Continue reading “LG denies scrapping rollable phone project ‘LG Rollable’”
LG has announced the newest member of their ultra-thin family of laptops, called the Gram 360. It comes in both 14-inch and 16-inch sizes, features Intel’s latest 11th Gen Core CPUs, large batteries, high resolution displays and more.
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LG today launched the W41, W41+ and W41+ smartphones as successors of last year’s W31 series in India. These have 6.55-inch HD+ Hole in Display with an 8MP camera, run Android 10, 48MP + 5MP Ultra-wide + 2MP Depth and 5MP macro cameras, 5000mAh battery. Continue reading “LG W41, W41+ and W41 Pro with 6.55-inch display, 48MP quad rear cameras, 5000mAh battery launched in India starting at Rs. 13490”
LG launched Tone Free FN7 and FN6, the company’s new true wireless earphones in India last month, months after they were introduced in the Korea and other markets. The earbuds feature IPX4 splash-resistant body, Active Noise Cancellation and also comes with a UVnano charging case. Does it live up to the expectations? Let us dive into the review to find out. Continue reading “LG Tone Free FN7 Review”
LG Electronics today reported revenues of 63.26 trillion won (US$ 56.45 billion), up 1.53% YoY for the whole 2020 and 18.78 trillion won (US$ 16.76 billion) fourth quarter that ended December 31, 2020, which is up 16.9% compared to the same quarter last year. Continue reading “LG reports record profit in 2020 but mobile losses continue”
LG has launched K42, the company’s latest smartphone in the K series in India after it was introduced back in September last year. It features a 6.6 20:9 HD+ FullVision punch-hole display, features quad-camera array consisting of 13MP rear camera, 5MP Ultra Wide, 2MP Depth camera and a 2MP Macro camera. The smartphone also sports an 8MP front camera. Continue reading “LG K42 with 6.6-inch display, quad rear cameras, military grade durability launched in India for Rs. 10990”
LG today launched its new 32-inch LG Ultrafine Display Ergo 4K Monitor (32UN880) in India. It enables the user to customize the workstation the way they want by adjusting the pivot, swivel, extend/retract, height and tilt for improved posture and productivity. The monitor features a 31.5-inch (3840 x 2160 pixels) display with HDR10, 95% DCI P3 color accuracy, 5ms response time and 350nits brightness. Continue reading “LG UltraFine Display Ergo 32-inch 4K HDR10 monitor launched in India”
LG, one of the longest players in recent years of the smartphone business, will reportedly be exiting the business after years of losses. The company is looking to into the possible measures such as selling, withdrawing or downsizing the smartphone business.
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LG will soon become the first TV manufacturer outside of Google TV to natively support Google’s Stadia game streaming service on its webOS TV platform. The service will become available to webOS TV users as an app later in the year, with support for 4K resolution and 5.1 channel surround sound.
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At the end of its CES 2021 press conference LG teased its rollable phone with the name “LG Rollable” along with the tagline ‘More to Explore’. This shows a phone with an extendable, pull out design which the company already teased when it introduced WING with a swivel screen in September last year. This comes after rumours about LG launching its rollable phone codenamed Project B in early 2021. Continue reading “LG Rollable smartphone teased at CES 2021”
LG has revealed its next generation OLED TV displays at CES 2021, touting improved picture quality and higher efficiency numbers. They will be rolling out this new technology to their entire OLED TV lineup and also be introducing two new sizes — 83-inches and 42-inches.
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LG’s webOS software for its Smart TVs is well known for its great intuitive UI, easy navigation and app support. The company has just announced a new version for the software — webOS 6.0 for its 2021 OLED, QNED Mini LED, NanoCell and UHD smart TVs, bringing with it new changes to the UI, a Magic Explorer feature, additional voice commands for Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, and more.
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LG has updated their Gram lineup of laptops for CES 2021 with 5 new models. Featuring new displays with 16:10 aspect ratio, these 5 models come in 14-inch, 16-inch and 17-inch sizes and are powered Intel’s latest 11th Gen Core CPUs with Intel Iris Xe graphics.
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LG has revealed their newest entry to the cordless vacuum family at CES 2021, called the CordZeroThinQ A9 Kompressor+. This new model has been upgraded with the ability to clean all types of flooring, and comes with its own charging station that can self clean and charge the device too.
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