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At the Mobile World Congress this week LG unveiled their latest flagship phone, the LG G6. In the past the company has offered many bells and whistles with their devices, however this time around the company has gone back to basics.
LG has this week unveiled their latest generation device in their new V Series, the LG V20, a device which builds upon the success of the V10, and is built with audiophiles in mind.
LG has announced its first "modular" smartphone at Mobile World Congress this week, the oft rumoured LG G5.
This weekend LG is to host their MWC event in which they're set to unveil the LG G5. They've already revealed that fact, but are still keeping the device firmly under wraps, or at least they're trying to, as a new rumour has surfaced to suggest that the LG G5 will have pretty unique feature...
With LG's Mobile World Congress event beginning this Sunday, it seems the Korean company is getting all of its other phone announcements out of the way, announcing two new mid-range handsets yesterday, and now today unveiling the latest in their Stylus series, the LG Stylus 2.
I guess we have no reason attend LG's pre-MWC conference later this month now, as the company has confirmed that it will indeed be unveiling the LG G5 at the event. Following the release of its first invitation, LG has sent out another colourful indication this time with the words "LG G5 Day," I mean, if that's not a rock solid confirmation, I don't know what is.
LG has revealed their fourth quarter financial results and their mobile division isn't looking exactly the most lucrative part of their business, nonetheless, they also revealed that despite this, they'll be launching two new handsets this year.
New year, new tech, and already we're seeing a torrent of leaks and rumours circulating online revealing information about this year's upcoming flagships. The latest is for LG's upcoming device, presumably the LG G5, which unlike previous models, will look radically different.
If these mock-renders are anything to go by, LG's next device will be pretty unique. Aside from the usual rumours of an all-metal unibody, the latest report suggests that it'll also contain a removable section allowing for battery replacements.
It looks like LG has something exciting up its sleeves, so exciting that the company has sent out invitations to its event at the Mobile World Congress, which doesn't begin until late February.
[CES 2016] - LG Display is already thinking to the future and has shown off a new type of display at CES this year: a whopping 96-inch 8K TV which will surely make your eyes water. Though, if that's not your thing, how about a screen which you can roll-up like a newspaper?
Well-known leaker, @evleaks a.k.a Evan Blass, has revealed a huge amount of information about the upcoming LG G5, which will launch in Q1 of 2016.
It's that time of year again, time to start making Smores! It's also that time of year that a new version of Android is set to roll-out, coincidentally, it's Android Marshmallow and it looks like it may be rolling out quicker than we expected.
LG has scheduled an event for September 21 where they're planning to unveil "something new", and if we're to go by a new image LG has shared on their Facebook page, it's set to be a new handset, which looks surprisingly different.
Google is expected to unveil the next Nexus device on September 29 along side Android Marshmallow, but other than a few leaks and word that both LG and Huawei will be developing a Nexus device, we have no real clue what the new devices will be called. Fortunately a new leak clears that right up.