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.
A class-action lawsuit filed last month concerning the hardware bootloop defect in LG's G4 and V10 flagships has been amended to include LG's flagship G5, V20, and Nexus 5X devices.
If you own or have owned an LG G4 or V10, you might be aware of a bootloop problem, rendering these devices useless. Now, LG is facing a class-action lawsuit over its handling of the issue.
LG has officially confirmed that its G4 and V10 flagships will be upgraded to Android 7.0 - but the update won't roll out to either device until the second half of 2017, a year after Nougat's release.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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's newest flagship, the G4, went on sale just three months ago, but the CEO of the company's mobile division has confirmed that it will launch a new "super premium phone" before the end of 2015.
Whereas past models brought a near bezel-free design, a crisp 1440p display and a laser-assisted autofocus system, this year's LG G4 is an incremental update, but the results might prove impressive.
LG is looking to appeal to customers who want balance between a phone's specs and its price. That's why it's launching a new mid-range device called the G4 Beat, which will be available this month.
The LG G4 is great flagship device. But with all the hype surrounding the camera, I wanted to see how well it could perform at night, where most smartphone cameras tend to struggle.
After the LG G4 was announced last month, the new flagship handset will go on sale in its first market this week, and will soon be available around the world through 180 carriers and retailers.
Today LG announced its new G4 flagship with a 5.5-inch curved QHD display, Snapdragon 808 CPU, 13MP camera with OIS & laser autofocus and we went hands on with LG's flagship to take a closer look.