LG Display's CEO has confirmed that the company will be providing LCD panels to its hometown rival, Samsung. The executive claims that supply will begin in the "early second half" of 2017.
Long after its rivals, and six months after Android 7.0 was originally released, AT&T is updating its LG G5 to Nougat - but despite the long wait, it hasn't included the latest security patches.
With a couple weeks to go before the official debut of the LG G6, the leaks are coming in at a feverish pace. The handset has now appeared in new photos, offering a glimpse of its 'always on' display.
While LG has yet to release the G6, it appears that rumors for the successor to the V20 are starting to pop up online. The 'V30' may pack a Snapdragon 835, 6GB RAM, as well as more cameras.
We are only a couple weeks away and LG has released another teaser in regards to its upcoming handset. The teaser shows how the unique 'Full Vision' display could work with its new UX.
There are only a couple weeks left until the unveiling of the LG G6 and a new tidbit of information gives us a clue about its increased battery capacity. The LG G6 will debut at MWC on February 26.
LG has confirmed that its upcoming flagship device, the G6, will feature an upgraded 32-bit Quad DAC compared to the one in last year's V20, to deliver audiophile-level sound quality to its users.
Google has formally unveiled the two launch devices for its new Android Wear 2.0 update: the $249 LG Watch Style; and the more capable $349 Watch Sport, with GPS, NFC, LTE, and more.
If a leaked manual is to be believed, LG's next wearables won't only be powered by Google's latest Android Wear OS, but it will also have the ability to utilize Android Pay and Google Assistant.
LG has sent out a new teaser image to the press for its G6 event at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The G6 will pack a 5.7-inch display, but it will fit in the hand comfortably due to its design.
According to a new report, LG will be releasing its next flagship phone, the G6, on April 7. This will happen after the handset is available on the South Korean market for about a month.
A Best Buy employee has leaked photographs of the LG Watch Style, an Android Wear 2.0 device expected to be released in the near future. The photographs confirm previous leaked coverage of the watch.
While teasers and leaks appear to have shown off a lot of the G6 prior to its official Mobile World Conference reveal, the jury is still out on whether the display will truly take up the entire front.
LG will soon be debuting its next handset, the G6. But if these new images are to be believed, it looks like there won't be much of a surprise as we finally get to see it in all its glory.
LG says users of its UltraFine 5K monitors need to move either the monitor or their Wi-Fi router in order to prevent display problems, though an LG repair/replacement program is now available.
It was only a week ago that we got our first glimpse of the LG G6 after months of rumors. Today, if the image is to be believed, we are getting our first look at the rear of the device.
After a rather blurry leak last week, a clear image has emerged of the new LG Watch Style, which is expected to go on sale for around $249, alongside the larger, and better-equipped, Watch Sport.
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It looks like we are getting our first look at LG's G6 a full month in advance and it looks quite good. The handset sports a large 5.7-inch QHD+ display and metal construction.
According to a new report, LG's upcoming G6 flagship will launch with a Snapdragon 821 chipset, rather than the upcoming Snapdragon 835, because apparently, the initial stock is reserved for Samsung.
Google is expected to unveil Android Wear 2.0 in February. Alongside the debut, there is also rumor that two new LG watches will be revealed. Today, we may be getting our first unofficial glimpse.
It looks like LG might be expediting the release of an advanced digital assistant on its upcoming handset by partnering with Google. LG could include Google Assistant in the G6.
LG has now sent out invitations to its Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona. It is expected that the G6 will make its debut and will possibly go on sale a few weeks later.
According to a new report, the first two smartwatches that Google will show off with Android Wear 2.0 will both be made by LG, and will be called the Watch Sport and the Watch Style.
The LG Aristo is a new handset that is set to arrive on T-Mobile and MetroPCS later this month. The Android 7.0 Nougat device will be offered from both carriers and will cost less than $150.
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LG has officially started the promotional train for its next handset, set to be unveiled in February. The promo on YouTube offers a checklist of what might be found on its upcoming G6.
Samsung will be ready to unveil a smartphone that can unfold into a small tablet by the third quarter of the year, and LG will follow suit with its own foldable devices before the end of 2017.
A day before its planned unveiling, HTC's new U Ultra handset has been revealed in leaked images, showing a tiny secondary display similar to that of the LG V20... and no 3.5mm headphone jack.
If a recent report holds true, LG could be trying to release its next handset, the G6, well ahead of Samsung's S8. The report states that LG will offer its next handset for sale on March 10.
It looks like LG has decided to share some information in regards to its upcoming handset, the G6. The device will offer a 5.7-inch QHD+ display with 18:9 aspect ratio.
LG was definitely one of the cooler booths that we came across at CES 2017. It included TVs that are the width of four credit cards, robots that can mow your lawn, and much more.
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Google has started pushing the latest security updates for its Android operating system. A large number of fixes are in tow, and luckily, some third party manufacturers are already on board.
LG has confirmed that its new flagship phone will make its debut "in the very near future", but it will abandon the unpopular modular design of its predecessor, the G5, which has been a sales flop.
The latest entry in the US-branded Stylo line runs Android 7.0, features a 5.7-inch 720p screen and a 13MP rear shooter. It comes with an integrated stylus which can be stowed inside the device.
The "arms race" between TV manufacturers hasn't cooled off at all in 2017 with LG announcing its latest array of TVs that focus on offering the best possible experience using Nano Cell technology.
With the push for IoT, LG has announced its latest fridge with Amazon Alexa support. The fridge offers a 29-inch LCD screen on the front door and a 2MP camera inside to remotely check food stock.
Although robots have always been a marker for the future, at this year's CES, it seems that the future is now becoming more of a reality. LG unveiled a few robots for home and commercial use.
LG's new Gram notebooks will come in 'standard' and ultra-light configurations, with 13-, 14-, or 15.6-inch displays, 7th-gen Intel Core processors, and promising up to 24 hours of battery life.
Apple dominated the amount of new devices activated this holiday season, twice that of Samsung, which could be blamed on its terrible year; however, data shows it actually did quite well.
If you're in the market for a new portable Bluetooth speaker, you might want to check out LG's "magical" offering, which levitates for an ultra-cool party trick to show your friends.
Although the LG G5 was a unique handset, it didn't win over consumers or reviewers with its design. Newly unveiled renders reveal that LG might be poised to repeat that same mistake in 2017.
With powerful hardware, a unique always-on second screen, and a stunning camera, LG may have a winner with the V20, especially since it's the first phone to run Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box.
Microsoft, Google, and Apple all share a common interest in the practicality of foldable screens. The tech giants have reportedly partnered with LG Display for upcoming foldable OLED displays.
After Android 7.0 made its way to the G5 in South Korea, followed by Sprint and T-Mobile in the US in recent weeks, Verizon has now begun rolling out the Nougat update to LG's flagship too.
After Sprint released its Nougat update for the G5 last week, T-Mobile is now preparing to roll out Android 7.0 to the LG flagship as well, including the November security patches for the OS.
Apparently, LG is sending out emails to some customers who own a faulty Nexus 5X device plagued by the boot loop issue, offering them a full refund as a means for compensation.
LG began rolling out Android 7.0 for its G5 flagship in South Korea earlier this month, and it's now making its way to the device on Sprint in the US, including the November security patches.
Last week it was dongles, this week it's monitors. Apple has discounted the 4K/5K monitors it launched at its 'Hello Again' MacBook event just twelve days after they were first announced.