LG is said to be building the Pixel XL, with smaller top and bottom bezels - but those on the HTC Pixel are expected to be huge. Both devices are expected to feature 'squeezy' edges, like HTC's U11.
LG has started the hype for its next handset by announcing that it will arrive with a new OLED FullVision display. The V30 is set to be announced towards the end of the month during IFA Berlin.
Although details are slim to none at this point, it appears that LG could be adding something new to its V30 that would allow it to emulate a feature similar to its secondary display found on the V20.
LG is set to announce its latest handset on August 31. A new report states that the firm will make the handset available for sale starting on September 15 in Korea and on September 28 in the US.
ASUS has finally released Android Wear 2.0 for the 1.45-inch ZenWatch 2 - but the Moto 360 Sport and LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition LTE still haven't been upgraded, and it's unclear when they will be.
Two months after LG released Android 7.0 for the V10 - and eleven months after Google originally made that version of the OS available - T-Mobile has finally begun rolling out the update.
For owners of the bootloop issue affected Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X devices, we got some good news for you. A developer has created a fix that can reportedly bring the dead handsets back to life.
From nine-one-OnePlus and Android Wear wah-wah-waaahhh, to proof for porn, a new Glass, Qualcomm vs the world, and Windows 10 turning up the heat, it's our handy roundup of the week's top tech news.
In March, LG confirmed plans to bring Android 7.0 to the G4 in the second half of 2017. The wait for the update appears to be nearing its end, as Nougat is now available for some G4 models.
If you've had your eye on the LG V20 but it's a bit too big for you, the company has now unveiled the Q8, which is just a little bit smaller than the firm's autumn flagship phone, with similar specs.
As we get closer to August, we are just that much closer to LG's handset unveiling the day before IFA kicks off in Berlin. Now, a new render has emerged showing off more of the upcoming V30 handset.
The UV LED handrail sterilizer draws its power from the movement of the handrail of the escalator. This means that UV light will continuously destroy germs while the escalator is moving.
After months of rumors and leaks, LG has now sent out invitations to the press for an event that will be held in Berlin. The invitation features an image that could give us a clue about what's coming.
If a new render is accurate, it appears that LG will be pursuing a design for its V30 handset that looks quite familiar. The design isn't the worst thing, but it certainly isn't anything new.
Alter some leaks, LG has finally announced its next handset, the Q6. While it was thought to be just a single handset, the firm has announced a trio of devices that are aimed at the mid-range.
On July 11, LG will launch a new smartphone that will offer a similar design to the G6 and have a Full Vision display. The handset is rumored to be the smaller and recently leaked Q6.
If you were looking to enhance the audio experience on your LG G6, you can now enable the earpiece to act as a front speaker. This will enable two channels of audio when playing media.
LG Pay just launched in Korea in June and LG has already announced plans to roll out the service to other handsets and expand to other parts of the world. Sadly, it won't be coming until 2018.
Three years after launching the LG G3, T-Mobile has begun rolling out a new update for the device - but if you were hoping for an upgrade from Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow to 7.0 Nougat, think again.
LG's Watch Sport is one of the more stylish takes on Android Wear 2.0, and it packs Qualcomm's Snapdragon Wear 2100 chipset all for a price of $349. Here's our review of LG's new smartwatch.
From Windows for Warships and the fiery flagship, to ransomware resurgence, the social TV network, and a portal to another dimension, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
If you were looking for a smaller alternative to the LG G6, its upcoming Q6 could be an option. New information tells us that it will arrive with a single 13MP camera and 3GB RAM.
The next flagship smartphone in LG's V-series, the V30, might feature a unibody design and wireless charging capability if a leaked image of the device's midframe is any indication to go by.
With rumors that the LG V30 will make an official appearance in the next few months, new information has come to light indicating that the upcoming handset may not include a secondary display.
LG has been offering some impressive TVs since the start of the year. Now, it has finally made its 77-inch OLED behemoth available for purchase. The TV will be priced at $19,999.99.
If you are looking for a good handset at a fair price, the LG G5 for $249.99 might be a good option. The handset was released last year and still offers a decent set of specifications.
As we get closer to the end of the year, we are starting to get more leaks regarding LG's next handset, the V30. According to a source, the device could include a glass back and wireless charging.
While there have been rumors about LG's upcoming V20 successor, the V30, it now appears that the handset could be coming in a matter of months, making its official debut at IFA in Berlin.
LG has set a new record with its flexible 77-inch OLED display. The display is part of a project with South Korea's government, which will see it being used in all types of new unique applications.
LG has released a new handset in the form of the G6+. The handset will offer nearly the same specifications as the G6, but will feature upgraded RAM and storage space, and will be a global release.
In a bit of surprising news, LG could be bumping of the release date of not only its rumored V30, but also the upcoming G7. LG most recently released its G6, which debuted in February at MWC.
LG is offering an extra year of warranty on its recently released G6. This new promotion will also apply to those who have purchased it in the past. LG simply requires registration of the handset.
Launched at Mobile World Congress, LG's latest flagship phone features an 18:9 display, dual 13-megapixel cameras, and an all-new design, but can it live up to its predecessor? Here's our review.
LG Pay has launched on the G6 and currently supports four credit card firms. While this is great news, the service is only available in South Korea. LG plans to expand its service in the future.
From Skype's Snappy refresh and Xbox gaming galore, to PS3 production, Prime parachutes, hacking pacemakers, and the death of the Northstar, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
The LG G6 offers quite a bit to like but has an older Snapdragon 821 processor. Now, it appears that the firm will launch two new handsets at the end of the month, the G6 Plus and the G6 Pro.
LG has released the HF80JA, a projector that has a laser that can emit 20,000 hours of light and at a brightness up to 2,000 lumens. The device is available for $1,499.99 from various retailers.
New images have been revealed that show an extremely interesting and ambitious take on the LG V30. The handset mockup shows off a sliding design that gives access to a much larger secondary display.
From Fallout 4 and Far Cry 5, to Cloak and Dagger, Apple's Neural Engine, Google's Jamboard, and what might have been for the Lumia 950, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
It was only a couple months ago that LG was hit with a class-action lawsuit. Now, it appears that the firm has extended the warranty on affected Nexus 5X, causing one of the lawsuits to be retracted.