Two new images of the LG G6 have hit the web, originally posted up by 9 to 5 Google. In the latest pictures, we get a great shot of the device’s backside, plus a look at the always-on display in action. (more…)
LG is days away from unveiling the G6, their first 2017 flagship phone. However, if you aren’t liking what you are seeing there from leaks and would rather jump into the LG V20, a feature-packed phone for audiophiles, creatives, and the ultimate power user, AT&T has a 50% off deal going at the moment you might want to check out.
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Last night, LG unwrapped a teaser for the UX that will accompany the launch of the G6 in a week. While the teaser may not show us a revamped UI and software design that we all have begged for, LG is planning to take advantage of the G6’s 18:9 display, which “almost entirely fills the front of the smartphone,” to go full-square mode. That might be confusing, so let me explain. (more…)
Because these are the first two Android Wear 2.0 watches and because Google teamed up with LG to make them, they deserve a bit of special attention. While these are no means Nexus-like devices, it is obvious that Google and LG worked closely together to help usher in the era of Android Wear 2.0 with this launch. That’s a big deal. (more…)
The Watch Sport from LG went up for sale last Friday and it has now arrived at the DL offices. Before we can provide you with a complete review, though, we are obligated by DL law to provide you with an unboxing. No, it’s not an actual law, I made that up, but we do very much enjoy unboxing things. (more…)