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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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