LG’s G series lineup of smartphones is popular for its camera capabilities and while the company introduced something new with every iteration like the swappable modules, the company received a lot of flak from consumers for their smartphone pricing strategy, at least in India. Now, according to fresh reports, LG is said to stop the production of G series and introduce a new ‘mass premium product’, in a bid to make a comeback in the market.
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LG introduced V60 ThinQ 5G smartphone last month and it already said that it will roll out in North America, Europe and Asia starting from March. Now the company has announced that the smartphone will go on sale in the US through T-Mobile and AT&T starting from March 20th and from Verizon from March 26th. Continue reading “LG V60 ThinQ 5G with Snapdragon 865, 5000mAh battery US roll out begins this week, price revealed”
LG has introduced the V60 ThinQ 5G, successor of last year’s V50 ThinQ 5G. It is powered by Snapdragon 865 with Snapdragon X55 5G Modem, is powered by a bigger 6.8-inch FHD+ OLED screen, has dual rear cameras with 13MP 117° super wide-angle, 64MP standard and a time of flight (ToF) sensor array. It has an 10-megapixel front camera. The phone runs Android 10, features brand-new, high-performance microphones, Voice Bokeh, a feature that separates users’ voices from background noise, allowing content creators to place more focus on the subject while reducing excess noise. Continue reading “LG V60 ThinQ 5G with 6.8-inch FHD+ OLED display, Snapdragon 865, 5000mAh battery, new LG Dual Screen announced”
LG has announced Q51 (LM-Q510N), the company’s latest smartphone in the Q series in Korea. It packs a 6.5-inch HD+ FullVision display, is powered by MediaTek’s latest Helio P22 Octa-Core 12nm SoC with 3GB RAM, runs Android Pie, features 13-megapixel rear camera with LED flash, 5-megapixel ultra-wide sensor and a 2-megapixel depth sensor as well as 13-megapixel front camera. Continue reading “LG Q51 with 6.5-inch FullVision display, triple rear cameras, military-level durability announced”
New press image of the phone has surfaced that shows a familiar design, thinner bezel, water drop notch, dedicated Google Assistant button and volume rockers on the left, power button on the right and a gold frame. It is expected to come with 5G support, powered by Snapdragon 865 Mobile Platform, 8GB of RAM. Since there is no MWC, it could be announced as early as next week.
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LG launched its new W-series smartphones last year in India with three models W10, W30 and W30 Pro. Following that, LG has now added a new model to the lineup — LG W10 Alpha and it is positioned below the W30 smartphone.
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LG has announced new K series smartphones that includes K61, K51S and K41S. The K61 features a 6.5 FHD+ FullVision Display and the K51S and K41S feature an 6.5-inch 20:9 HD+ FullVision Display. These feature quad-camera array consisting of a high-resolution main camera, wide angle lens, depth sensor and a macro lens, a first in the K series. The 48MP main lens in the top-of-the line K61 is the highest resolution camera ever offered in an LG smartphone while the 32MP camera in the K51S also surpasses the pixel count of any previous LG phone, said LG. Continue reading “LG K61, K51S and K41S with FullVision Display, quad rear cameras, military-level durability announced”
Earlier this week GSMA that conducts Mobile World Congress (MWC) events every year announced that it continues to monitor and assess the potential impact of the Coronavirus and said that there is minimal impact on the event. It confirmed that MWC event will happen in Barcelona from 24 to 27, February 2020 as planned. It also said that it has implemented many measures to help to mitigate the spread of the virus and is continuing to add other actions regularly. Today LG has announced that they are cancelling their MWC events this year. Continue reading “LG cancels MWC 2020 event over coronavirus concerns [Update: ZTE will participate as planned]”
The Apple TV+ app was announced in March of 2019, claiming that it will offer support on LG and other TV’s later in the future along with Airplay 2 support. Now with an OTA update, the Apple TV, Apple TV+ and Airplay 2 in now available on select 2019 LG TVs.
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LG Electronics has reported revenues of 16.06 trillion won (US$ 13.65 billion) for the fourth quarter that ended December 31, 2019, which is up 2.3% compared to the same quarter last year. It posted profits of 101.8 billion won (US$ 86.5 million), up 26.1% YoY, while net profit was down 953% YoY to 849.8 billion won (US$ 717 billion). This is due to losses in its equity ties with LG display, in which it has 37.9% stake and sluggish smartphone sales. LG Display is said to post more than 1 trillion won in losses in 2019, according to analysts, and we should know the exact figures when it posts the results on Friday. Continue reading “LG Q4 2019 losses widens on equity ties, sluggish smartphone sales”
After announcing the G8X ThinQ back in September 2019 at the IFA, the South Korean company has launched the flagship device in the Indian market in Aurora Black color at Rs. 49,999 bundled with LG Dual Screen accessory.
While we loved the LG V40 ThinQ, our expectation were sky-high for this device considering its dual display feature. In fact, the G8X has accomplished what LG has been trying to do for years — dual displays, for example V10 and V20. Does this device from LG met our expectations? How useful were the secondary display? Do read it out below. Continue reading “LG G8X ThinQ Review: Is the phone with Dual Screen worth it?”
In a world where smartphone manufacturers like OnePlus, Nokia, etc. have already pushed out Android 10 software updates to their devices, we still have companies like LG that are extremely slow with theirs. LG have only now announced their roadmap for Android 10 updates in 9 smartphones, with some phones only getting it in Q4 of 2020.
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8K TVs are coming this year and of course, LG Electronics will be showing off its best of the best at CES 2020. For this year, LG will showcase its expanded 8K TV lineup, with new 77-inch and 65-inch joining the existing premium lineup of 88- and 75-inch screen sizes, featuring its new α (Alpha) 9 Gen 3 AI Processor.
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Last year, many smartphone brands launched a new series of online-only devices and LG was one among them too. The company launched its W-series of smartphones in India, but there were no signs of a flagship smartphone launch. Last month, the company launched its flagship G8X ThinQ smartphone in India after announcing it in September 2019 at the IFA. The G8X ThinQ comes with a unique dual-screen accessory and other interesting features. We got to check out the smartphone, and here is our unboxing and first impressions of LG G8X ThinQ.
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LG Electronics is planning to introduce new models of their premium sound bars at CES 2020. Partnering with a company called Meridian Audio, LG promises premium quality audio, easy connectivity, smart functionality and sleek designs that integrate perfectly with LG TVs.
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