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.
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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'.
After revealing last month that the Marshmallow update for the G3 was being developed, LG Poland has now announced that the latest version of Android is now rolling out in the country for the device.
Straight from Korea comes news that the two Korean tech giants are reportedly close to inking a deal with Apple to manufacture OLED displays for the company's upcoming iPhones.
Several non-Lumia Windows Phones - including some older models from Samsung, HTC and Huawei - have been tracked running Windows 10 Mobile, but that's no guarantee that they'll get official upgrades.
As part of a new festive promotion, you can now get $50 off Google's Android 6.0 Marshmallow flagships, the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P - and you'll even get free next-day shipping.
Although CES isn't for another three weeks, LG has decided to debut some of its lineup ahead of the show. The products look impressive, particularly LG's 15.6-inch laptop, the LG gram 15.
Straight from the rumor mill of South Korea comes news of a change in LG's flagship smartphone plans for 2016, with LG's G Flex 3 reportedly getting the axe in favor of a leaner lineup.
We recently took a look at the Nexus 6P, Google's latest flagship. And now we're examining its smaller brother, the 5X. Is it really an affordable flagship as Google claims? Read on to find out.
Aimed at the mid-range market and competing with the likes of Samsung's Galaxy A5 and the One Plus X.
LG's current flagship smartphone, the G4, is now reportedly receiving the Android Marshmallow update in parts of Europe, but not all variants of the device are covered yet.
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2015 saw rapid popularity of beyond 4K displays, devices and content online. But is it all it's cracked up to be, or is it just ultra high definition hype? Let's explore LG's 65" OLED TV and find out.
LG's new V10 is unusual in that it features a 'regular' 5.7-inch Quad HD screen, along with a tiny secondary display. It also comes with dual front-facing cameras, a Snapdragon 808 CPU and 4GB RAM.
Last year, the LG G3 became the very first device to get Android 5.0. While it's not quite the first to get Android 6.0 this year, the 2014 flagship is nonetheless expected to get the new update soon.
The Lumia 950 XL has yet to be officially released, yet we have been seeing snippets of real world use pop up online in the past week. Today, the 950 XL is pitted against LG's flagship, the G4.
If you were thinking about ordering LG's latest handset, the V10, be sure to check out the latest promo for the handset that offers a 200GB microSD, extra battery and charging cradle.
The smaller of Google's new Android 6.0 Marshmallow flagships - the Nexus 5X, built by LG - is now available to order in several key markets across the globe, starting at $379 USD.
After LG launched the Lancet with Windows Phone 8.1 in May, a near-identical variant of the device is now on sale on Verizon: the Lancet for Android, which - like its sibling - is priced at $120.
We've compiled our first hand findings with dozens of reviews from reputable sources, to highlight the stuff that matters, and make it easier for you to buy the right smartphone.
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LG says its flagship G4 will soon "be the first in the world to receive Android 6.0 Marshmallow" - despite the update rolling out to various Nexus devices, including LG's own Nexus 5, since last week.
LG has unveiled a new handset that will offer a more premium build and some new features. The V10 offers 5MP dual front-facing cameras, 4GB RAM and dual front displays.
LG has joined the momentum behind Windows 10, releasing its own powerful laptop with impressive features. The Gram Ultra is available in store and is also on Amazon today.
Google is expected to launch the Nexus 6P and 5X flagship devices at its upcoming event. However, now even more details about the former have leaked online, alleging a 3,450 mAh battery and more.
The colors in which Google's new 5.7-inch Nexus 6P flagship will be offered were revealed yesterday, and now those of the smaller Nexus 5P have emerged too - including a rather unexpected option.
LG has confirmed the rumors that it's been working on a new high-end handset featuring a small 'ticker' above the main screen, briefly showing it in a teaser video that hints at an October 1 launch.
Google has sent out invites for an event in San Francisco on September 29, at which it will formally launch Android 6.0 Marshmallow, and unveil its new Nexus flagships - hero devices for its new OS.
We already know plenty about Google's new flagship phones - showcase devices for Android 6.0 Marshmallow - but now another detail has emerged: they will reportedly be called 'Nexus 5X' and 'Nexus 6P'.
From another OnePlus apology and Lollipop's slow progress, to spectacular displays, Android ransomware, and Cortana's Cyanogen coziness, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
LG has shown off an incredible 111-inch OLED which is dual-curved and - despite being just a few millimeters thick - it can also show different videos on both the front and back at the same time.
LG's latest high-end handset is said to have a Snapdragon 808 CPU, 3GB RAM, and another, rather unusual feature: a small auxiliary 'ticker' display, positioned just above the main 5.7-inch screen.
LG has announced a limited edition of its Watch Urbane designed in collaboration with American jewelry company REEDS Jewelers. The watch uses 23-karat gold plating and premium alligator leather.
LG's latest 10-inch tablet powered by Android Lollipop, the G Pad X 10.1, will soon be available in the US through AT&T with a two year contract or a 20-month installment plan.
The Bluetooth 'Rolly' keyboard folds down into a tiny portable package, and offers up to three months of usage from one AAA battery. LG says it's an 'industry-first', and it goes on sale next month.
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It looks like LG has decided to poke some fun at Samsung by highlighting the company's recent decision to not offer the Note 5 in Europe. Currently, LG offers its flagship, the G4, globally.
LG will invest $8.5bn in OLED display technology over the next three years, in an effort to establish itself as a leader in OLED TVs and a new generation of devices with truly flexible displays.
Google is expected to launch two high-end Nexus phones as showcase devices for its new Android 'M' release, and one of those devices - a 5.2-inch LG handset - has apparently been caught on camera.