LG is facing a tough battle in the smartphone business, and there's a possibility that the company might have pulled support for its G5 and V20, which will not sit well with customers.
Dell refreshed its G5 and G7 gaming PCs today, which are made for the mainstream market. Along with Nvidia's new GeForce RTX graphics, you can get the higher-end G7 with up to a Core i9.
After quite some time, it looks like T-Mobile will finally be updating some of its LG handsets to Android 8.0 Oreo. The news comes via the official T-Mobile support pages for each respective handset.
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.
Nine months after Google released Android 7.0 - and months after the update arrived for the device on Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, and even AT&T - Nougat is finally available for the unlocked LG G5.
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.
The March security patches are now rolling out to LG's G5 and V10 on AT&T, including various bug fixes and performance improvements. However, the long wait for Android 7.0 Nougat on the V10 continues.
Lenovo has returned once again by offering two mid-range handsets with plenty of features and improved build quality. The Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus will be available beginning in March.
LG's G6 has been seen a tremendous amount of press from official and unofficial sources over the past week. We now get a glimpse of how the handset compares to its predecessor, the G5.
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.
Lenovo's Moto G5 and G5 Plus handsets are slated to be unveiled next week at Mobile World Congress, but specs and pictures of the devices leaked today due to retailer K-Tronix.
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 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.
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.
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.
LG has finally started rolling out its Android 7.0 update for its modular G5 handset. Unfortunately, the update is currently only available for those in South Korea.
A rumor is circulating that LG might abandon its 'Magic Slot' modular concept. The company only offered the modular concept for one cycle. LG is expected to announce its next flagship in early 2017.
The LG G5's unique design is due in part to its ability to be able to accept modular accessories. We get our first look at the Cam Plus, LG's camera grip with extended battery.
The LG G5's 'Friends' - the company's range of accessories for the modular device - have finally gone on sale in the US, a month later than planned... but not all of the Friends have shown up yet.
LG redesigned its handset from the ground up, even going as far to offer something unique in the market - modular design. But does this feature compromise the G5, making it a weaker contender?
The rumored G5 SE is real, and it seems its dimensions may well be identical to the 'standard' LG G5 flagship that went on sale this month - but that raises new questions about the unannounced device.
The LG G5 was deconstructed this weekend and was found to have a "plastic" outer shell. Although LG has clarified the material in a press response, is the use of "metal body" deceptive?
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Pricing information has been revealed in the UK for many of the 'LG Friends' accessories designed for use with the company's new G5 flagship, including the Cam Plus module, and the 360 VR headset.
On March 18, Best Buy will begin accepting preorders for LG's new G5 flagship. Release dates are still unknown, as those will most likely vary by carriers that will supply the device.
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LG has announced that its new G5 flagship will go on sale in the US in early April, and for a limited time, those who buy the device will get a free extra battery and charging cradle with it.
LG's new modular flagship, the G5, is now available to pre-order from Amazon.co.uk in Rose Gold and Titan Grey. Priced at £529, the range-topping Android 6.0 handset is due to be released on April 8.
Debuting at MWC, the LG G5 offered a complete redesign, modular accessories and dual camera setup. How does having two lenses change photography for mobile?
Live Wallpapers have long been dead in the eyes of an Android user. Although long forgotten, LG has reintroduced them with the G5, offering a new 360 twist.
Its been a couple weeks since LG's announcement at MWC in regards to its latest flagship, the G5. Although we haven't had much time with it, this is our initial impressions of the device.
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We go hands-on with LG's newest flagship. The company is touting its "modularity" and "Friends", but is this just a gimmick or something to actually get excited about? Check out our first impressions.
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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".
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.
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.