LG has now made it official; that’s it for its smartphone operation. Instead, it will now focus efforts on other growth areas, like EV components, smart homes, AI, and b2b solutions.
LG has announced the LG V60 ThinQ 5G, and the good news is that it has continued with its dual-screen add-on accessory. Whether LG can achieve great sales remains to be seen, as LG has been going much the same way as HTC or Sony of late. It’s a shame… [Click for more]
LG has made some great smartphones over the years, but controversies and a lack of marketing has resulted in LG falling by the wayside. Could 2019 be the year to restore LG’s fortunes? While Samsung was releasing a new range of Galaxy smartphones ahead of last week’s Mobile World Congress,… [Click for more]
O2 is offering a pretty enticing deal right now, with the offer of a Kodak Mini 2 Instant Photo Printer worth £89.99 when signing up on an O2 Refresh 4G tariff of 4GB a month and above. These days far too many people never keep precious (or fun) photos in… [Click for more]
The biggest event in the mobile industry calendar kicks off next month. What can we expect to see launched?
So as MWC 2017 ended, I got to summarise my three-day trip and detail some of the highlights, some of the gimmicks and some opinion. A lot of opinion as it happens. The key theme of the event was 5G, but from a consumer perspective, 5G is still a fair way off… [Click for more]
Last night, one day ahead of Apple’s big iPhone 7 unveil, LG took the covers off the new V20 handset. Like the G5 and earlier releases, LG drip-fed the world with teases ahead of its launch so it was only really a case of filling in some blanks for this latest… [Click for more]
Most attention at Mobile World Congress next week will be given to the new flagship offerings from the likes of LG, Samsung, and HTC, but today LG spoke of two new handsets that caught my eye. Juno Cho, president and CEO of LG Mobile said: “…we think there’s room for devices that do… [Click for more]
Having already had the Android Marshmallow (V6) update for my Nexus 5, and seeing the staggering improvement in battery standby time first-hand, the quicker the update rolls out to every Android phone the better. And today LG has announced the sweet Marshmallow goodness is coming to the G4 next week. Well, if… [Click for more]
There’s surprisingly little to visually differentiate the G4 from last year’s flagship G3. With the notable exception of more covers to choose from, including those leather covers that LG used to attract attention ahead of its launch. Beyond those, you’d be hard pushed to tell the difference. Perhaps LG thought that… [Click for more]
The G3 was (and still is) an excellent smartphone, but it’s a competitive market and LG never really enjoyed the success that it deserved in the UK. Now the G4 gives LG another chance to make its mark, taking the new smartphone in a new direction with a more premium-looking design,… [Click for more]
Following the teaser video that shows off the LG G4’s new camera, the company has now given more information about the updated user interface – LG’s UX 4.0.
I promised more pictures after my first LG G3 photo and video test and here they are.
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 S5 and… [Click for more]
Pitting the LG G3, Samsung Galaxy S5, HTC One (M8), Sony Xperia Z2 against each other, alongside the humble Motorola Moto E.