LG is preparing hype for the upcoming G4 in its home country of South Korea, announcing that for those who pre-order and purchase the device, will be given a free LCD replacement should anything bad happen, free of charge within the first year. (more…)
The G Flex 2 from LG, which was the highlight of CES this past January, is now coming to AT&T after being only available on Sprint. We have already reviewed the G Flex 2, concluding that while the design and display are nice, the overall performance of the device and LG’s skin is enough to make you second guess your purchase.
The phone features a 5.5″ Full HD P-OLED display, Snapdragon 810 processor, 3GB of RAM, 3,000mAh battery, 13MP rear-facing shooter, and runs Android 5.0+ out of the box. (more…)
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.
With VR for G3, which is based off of Google Cardboard, G3 owners can experience a somewhat basic virtual reality, complete with games and apps, all of which are available directly from Google Play. The VR for G3 is available directly from LG when you purchase a new G3 and select retailers, plus LG couples a QR code on the box where you can grab a few exclusive VR titles for your enjoyment.
So, if you are interested in winning, let’s get to it. (more…)
Remember that massive LG G4 leak that sprung over the weekend? It was all real. That was the LG G4. That still is the LG G4. LG confirmed as much last night in posts to their Facebook and Google+ profiles.
The posts speak of the need to “Always have authentic in hand,” and that the “brand new LG G4″ has a “vegetable-tanned leather cover.” Those words are accompanied by a picture of a woman holding the phone, which is the same phone we saw in all of those leaks. Look for yourself below. (more…)
What’s that, T-Mobile LG G2, thought you were special? Silly. AT&T’s LG G2 is joining you today in the parade of Android 5.0 Lollipop. According to AT&T, the update will begin rolling out today as build D80020y and is around 721MB in size.
To check for it, head into Settings>General>About phone>Software update>Update now. (more…)
LG announced late last night that their Hi-Fi Music Flow speakers will be some of the first available to integrate Google Cast. Their current line-up, which includes sound bars, WiFi speakers, and portable WiFi speakers, will have Google Cast connectivity this month, which I’m assuming means out-the-box. Current owners of any of these products will see an over-the-air update with Google Cast soon. (more…)
T-Mobile, at least according to its support site, is ready to push Lollipop to the LG G2 starting today. The update will actually begin rolling out today an finish around May 22, so if you don’t see it right this minute, keep checking over the next couple of days.
The update introduces the phone to Android 5.0.2 and software version D80130b. The update weighs in at 617MB, so you’ll want to have plenty of battery or a charger nearby before updating. (more…)
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 there for nuggets of info like this) that you could plug-in your G3 and update via Verizon’s Software Upgrade Assistant. Many of you took us up on that and have been running Android 5.0 for a couple of days, while others were slightly confused by our half-cryptic Tweet.
Either way, the over-the-air (OTA) version of the update is going to start today. As expected, it’s a big one. (more…)