The 5G-enabled device will retail for $999.99.
LG remains sluggish to get the latest version of Android out.
But is it worth it?
After a bit of a delay.
It’s unclear what this means for the U.S. market.
LG’s latest flagship looks cool, but that feeling wears off… quickly.
The device will retail for $820.
You can literally attach a second display to this phone, which is both cool and kind of weird.
This phone can literally scan your blood to identify who you are.
Ahead of Mobile World Congress 2019, LG has unveiled a trio of new budget-friendly smartphones that add to the company’s existing Q and K series of devices. Known as the K40, K50, and Q60, the phones adopt more modern designs […]
The company wants to regain its market share before releasing an expensive foldable.
The phone will be officially unveiled on February 24th.
The screen will vibrate in order to produce sound with extra volume and clarity, according to LG.
Courtesy of Evan Blass, we’re getting all sorts of early looks at the device.
The sensor could enable face unlock, new AR experiences, and more.
But it’s hard to say at this point.
Its design falls in line with previous renders.
It’ll come with a Snapdragon 855, a 4,000mAh battery, and a vapor chamber cooling system.
It might be the G8, it might not be. Who knows? It’s LG.
Beating the tidal waves of news coming out of MWC 2019 by a day or two.