To help spread awareness for LG’s VR for G3 headsets, we have in our possession three, count ‘em 1, 2, 3 LG G3 headsets to give away. Each is for T-Mobile’s network, so if you are already on T-Mobile or plan on switching to the Uncarrier, these will be a nice little prize for you. […]
The LG G3 on Verizon is getting Lollipop! It is! Look, we have an official document saying as much. It’s also dated today! It doesn’t say April 1! In all seriousness, the timing of Verizon going live with update details makes perfect sense. Over the weekend, we told you on Twitter (you should follow us […]
According to T-Mobile’s product guru Des Smith, the G3 from LG is set to receive an OTA update to Lollipop on April 7. With this rollout, most carrier variant G3 owners will be running Lollipop, including those on AT&T and Sprint.
Starting today, new purchasers of the LG G3 get a free VR headset unit at participating retailers. The headset is based off of Google Cardboard, and with that, you can access the entire VR library of content that is downloadable via Google Play.
The LG G2 on Verizon is receiving an update to Android 5.0 Lollipop beginning today. I said “G2″ not “G3.” That was on purpose, because this really is the G2 we are talking about and not the much-newer, less glossy, G3. The update is a big one that is talked about at length in a 6-page […]
The update to Android 5.0 “Lollipop” is certainly taking its sweet time at arriving on a number of deserving handsets. Thanks to a number of bugs that Google has been addressing over recent months, to carriers being slow at testing new builds, to manufacturers dealing with both of those factors at the same time, phones like Verizon’s LG […]
Since we took a look at Android 5.0 “Lollipop” on the Galaxy S5, HTC One (M8) with Sense 6 and Google Play Edition, and Moto X (2nd gen), it only makes sense that we do the same for another of 2014’s most important flagships, the LG G3. The update is currently rolling out internationally to the […]
Owners of the LG G3 who have tied themselves to Sprint, your Android 5.0 “Lollipop” update is on the way. Announced this morning through Sprint’s Devices, Apps, and Services blog, the update is rolling out today with “fluid” Material Design animations, Android TV support, more efficient battery usage, notifications on the lock screen, and more.