I promised more pictures after my first LG G3 photo and video test and here they are. Advertisements
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My review of the LG G3 is still ongoing, but so far I’ve been having a good play with the camera, and couldn’t wait to post some results for you to look at – including a comparison of the 4K video recording offered on the LG, Samsung’s Galaxy […]
Pitting the LG G3, Samsung Galaxy S5, HTC One (M8), Sony Xperia Z2 against each other, alongside the humble Motorola Moto E.
After recently using donkeys to celebrate the continued expansion of 4G service to smaller towns and villages like West Kirby, EE has today announced the use of cows to provide free Wi-Fi at Glastonbury festival – using EE’s 4G network of course.
EE has this morning announced trials of two new services to improve voice connectivity for its customers, including the introduction of Wi-Fi calling and voice over 4G (VoLTE).
As the summer holidays approach, Vodafone has announced today that pay as you go users can now benefit from its EuroTraveller service, for £2 per day, starting from 21st July.
It’s here! And there was me thinking I had a quiet day ahead of me. Consider this the unboxing part before I go play… #LGG3 pic.twitter.com/1SVQ8FiGeX — Jonathan Morris (@jmcomms) June 19, 2014
An over the top headline? Nothing more than click bait? I disagree, and here’s my reasoning…
Amazon doesn’t hide the fact it sells devices designed to hook you into its retail-focussed ecosystem, but has it tried too hard with the Fire Phone announced today?