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AT&T announced today that it will be bringing Wi-Fi calling to select Android devices from the carrier, starting with the LG G4. It didn't make any formal announcements about any other devices.
The 'Hi-Fi Plus' accessory module for LG's G5 is not listed on the US site, and for good reason. It looks like the module could be region locked, not supporting G5's from US carriers.
The LG G5's unique design is due in part to its ability to be able to accept modular accessories. We get our first look at the Cam Plus, LG's camera grip with extended battery.
LG today announced the Stylus 2 Plus, taking the Stylus 2 series to a new level. The device now offers an octa-core processor, and other specs that vary by region. It will be available in a few weeks.
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The LG G5's 'Friends' - the company's range of accessories for the modular device - have finally gone on sale in the US, a month later than planned... but not all of the Friends have shown up yet.
LG redesigned its handset from the ground up, even going as far to offer something unique in the market - modular design. But does this feature compromise the G5, making it a weaker contender?
LG has unveiled a new buttonless fingerprinter reader that can be embedded on the underside of the display. This could dramatically alter how devices are designed and improve functionality.
Almost seven months after Google released Marshmallow, AT&T and T-Mobile are finally updating the LG G3 - but only to Android 6.0, rather than 6.0.1, and without the newest security patches.
Marshmallow started its international rollout for the LG V10 last month, and has since made its way to the device on Verizon and T-Mobile in the US - and now the wait is over for those on AT&T too.
The rumored G5 SE is real, and it seems its dimensions may well be identical to the 'standard' LG G5 flagship that went on sale this month - but that raises new questions about the unannounced device.
The Android Marshmallow update has only penetrated 4.6% of Android handsets, but it looks like T-Mobile's LG V10 might finally receive Google's Marshmallow update as early as next week.
The LG G5 was deconstructed this weekend and was found to have a "plastic" outer shell. Although LG has clarified the material in a press response, is the use of "metal body" deceptive?
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Pricing information has been revealed in the UK for many of the 'LG Friends' accessories designed for use with the company's new G5 flagship, including the Cam Plus module, and the 360 VR headset.
With the first country set to begin switching off FM radio transmissions in January, LG has unveiled the first smartphone to support DAB+ digital radio: the Stylus 2, running Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Project Fi is now available to the public, so we're going to review the service. To do that, we had to grab a Nexus 5X. Here's our unboxing and first impressions of the Nexus 5X and Project Fi SIM.
On March 18, Best Buy will begin accepting preorders for LG's new G5 flagship. Release dates are still unknown, as those will most likely vary by carriers that will supply the device.
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Microsoft has been selling the LG Lancet for $179 - considerably more than the handset's $119.99 price at Verizon - but it has now slashed $104 off the device, significantly undercutting the carrier.
LG has announced that its new G5 flagship will go on sale in the US in early April, and for a limited time, those who buy the device will get a free extra battery and charging cradle with it.
LG's new modular flagship, the G5, is now available to pre-order from Amazon.co.uk in Rose Gold and Titan Grey. Priced at £529, the range-topping Android 6.0 handset is due to be released on April 8.
LG was quick to upgrade its G4 flagship to Marshmallow, but its high-end V10 was left waiting for months... until now. The update has started rolling out - but it's based on Android 6.0, not 6.0.1.
Debuting at MWC, the LG G5 offered a complete redesign, modular accessories and dual camera setup. How does having two lenses change photography for mobile?
Live Wallpapers have long been dead in the eyes of an Android user. Although long forgotten, LG has reintroduced them with the G5, offering a new 360 twist.
Its been a couple weeks since LG's announcement at MWC in regards to its latest flagship, the G5. Although we haven't had much time with it, this is our initial impressions of the device.
Interested buyers of LG's latest flagship smartphone in Latin America will be disappointed to know that the company will not be selling the Snapdragon 820-powered variant in those markets.
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We go hands-on with LG's newest flagship. The company is touting its "modularity" and "Friends", but is this just a gimmick or something to actually get excited about? Check out our first impressions.
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The LG G5 is said to include a 'Magic Slot' for accessories and add-ons, as well as access to a removable battery. A leaked photo shows an unannounced camera accessory compatible with the slot.
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LG says it's "known as a company ahead of the times", which is why it's chosen to announce the translucent mesh Quick Cover with touch functionality for its new G5, "which does not yet exist".
The LG G4 was among the first devices to get Android 6.0 Marshmallow, and availability of the update continues to expand - it's now available as a 971MB over-the-air download for the G4 on AT&T.
LG has posted its first teaser on Facebook for its upcoming G5. The handset looks to feature an 'always on' screen that will without a doubt leverage its rumored AMOLED display.
LG released a second handset last year that improved on its previous offering. The V10 packs some surprises like a second display and dual front camera. But, can this be enough to crown it king?
Although the LG G3 was released a few years ago, a new vulnerability has been discovered. Luckily, LG has patched it already and encourages those with the device to update.
Competition at the high-end of the smartphone market is intensifying with a growing number of devices, and many more affordable options - but LG still plans to launch two new flagships this year.
Although we are a month away from LG's press event at MWC, it looks like the first real images of the G5 have surfaced. Although this isn't a complete reveal, it lends credence to previous leaks.
With Mobile World Congress around the corner, LG might be looking to make a statement with the introduction of a new handset. In a new leak, the rumored G5, makes a drastic change for the better.
Google launched the Nexus 5X last year as one of its 'showcase' devices for Android 6.0, with prices starting at $379 - but it's now introduced a permanent $30 price cut on the LG-made handset.
comScore's latest data for the US smartphone market shows that Windows phone share declined by 0.1% for a second quarter, while iOS fell by 1.0% - but Android was the big winner, up by 1.4% to 53.1%.
Netflix has high ambitions for 2016, and is already delivering on one of them by partnering up with LG, which means its streaming services are now available to almost every country in the world.
Broadcasters and streaming sites are beginning to offer 4K content almost as standard. So time for LG to force their hand again, with the unveiling of the world's first 8K HDR TV.
LG has announced a new line of smartphones for 2016, including the K10 and K7, which will supersede its existing L series. These premium smartphones will be publicly unveiled at CES 2016.
LG has been working hard on its foldable display technology and it looks like the company is ready to show off its progress. This will happen at CES with a display that can 'roll up like a newspaper'.