Posts tagged with: LG
  • by | March 13, 2014 5:39 AM

    The LG G2, depending on the region and carrier, was codenamed the D800 (AT&T), D801 (T-Mobile), D805 (Global), and some others. @evleaks has posted a screen grab of an alleged User Agent Profile document that mentions a certain LG D850, believed to be the upcoming G2 successor, the LG G3. While the file doesn't reveal much, aside from the codename (attributed to the LG G3), it does however mention a 1440x2560 resolution, which is QHD (quad-HD), or, in other words, 2K. We know we're expecting the South Korean company to unveil the G2 successor (which will turn one-year old in August), ...

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  • by | March 10, 2014 11:14 PM

    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Apple's release of iOS 7.1 to compatible devices, and all the list of changes. Then we talk about Google and its plan to launch a new Android SDK that can support wearables. Then we go through the future of the Google Chromecast and how we'll most likely see it internationally soon. Then we talk about the LG G3 and the rumors of it going water and dust-proof. We end today's show talking about the rumors of a possible leak of an Oppo Find 7. All this and more after the break. Stories: - Apple releases iOS 7.1 to compatible devices, download ...

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  • by | March 10, 2014 12:31 PM

    Even though LG has done a fantastic job in differentiating its technology from competitors, the company hasn't always been famous for its originality. We remember how the LG G Pro looked and felt almost exactly like a Galaxy Note 2 back in the day. 2013 and 2014 have shown us an LG that's willing to be original with products like the LG G2 and LG G Flex, but I won't lie that many of us were waiting to learn more about the LG G3 after the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S5, and yes, there will be similarities. New rumors have begun of the LG G3 sharing the Galaxy S5's water and dust-proof ...

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  • by | March 7, 2014 4:51 PM

    You don't have to be paying extraordinarily close attention to the smartphone market to realize that Windows Phone is slowly but surely on its way up, while BlackBerry has been circling the drain. Even with those trajectories being pretty clear, BlackBerry started with enough of a head start to still outnumber Windows Phone users in many markets, including the US. It's taken a long time to get here, but the latest ownership statistics finally suggests that BlackBerry usage has fallen to the point where it's now eclipsed by the Windows Phone user base. For the three month period spanning ...

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  • by | March 7, 2014 7:02 AM

    "What would you say to the people who think that what you do is illegal?" " ... I would tell them that I don't want to answer this question." When you're interviewing the world's most notorious phone leaker, he's bound to duck a question or two. But cautious though he is, Evan Blass –formerly of Pocketnow and currently known across the web by his pen name @evleaks– is also a fountain of insight into the shadowy craft of being a professional spoiler. On today's episode of the Pocketnow Weekly, Evan shares the ups and downs of the underworld he's come to dominate, and gives us a glimpse ...

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  • by | March 6, 2014 11:39 AM

    The LG G Flex is one heck of an innovative, eye-catching phone. Between the curved, flexible body and advanced features like its self-healing plastic, it's the kind of phone that feels like it's coming from twenty minutes into the future. You'd think that wearing its features on the surface like that would make promoting the G Flex a marketer's dream job... but then somehow we ended up with the clip embedded below. Really good, engaging smartphone ads are one thing, but spectacularly awful ones have a special place in our hearts. Back in December we checked out a kind of creepy one for the ...

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  • by | March 6, 2014 1:33 AM

    We've seen the LG L90, alongside the rest of the L Series III phones -- L35, L40, L65, L70 -- at the Barcelona show floor last week while at MWC 2014, but the South Korean phone maker has now made the device official via a press release that states it will start rolling out next week, initially in the CIS region followed by other markets around the world. It packs a 4.7-inch qHD display with 540 x 960 resolution and it is powered by a quad-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm processor; there's also one gig of RAM, 8GB of internal storage (expandable via microSD card), an eight/five-megapixel camera on ...

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  • by | March 5, 2014 12:59 PM

    We just heard the latest rumors on LG's possible launch plans for the G3, adding further support to the idea that we wouldn't be waiting around until August or September again this year, with the phone being unveiled as soon as June. For the last two years, this LG G-series flagship has served as the outline for Google's Nexus phone; will 2014 repeat that trend? At least one rumor responds in the affirmative, and hints at some of the differences between the G3 and this Nexus 6. Gizmodo.de claims that the Nexus 6 will be a “lightweight” version of the G3. Well, what might that mean? ...

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  • by | March 5, 2014 11:15 AM

    With March now upon us, the early year expo season has drawn to a close, as first CES and then MWC delivered their one-two punch of new hardware, services, accessories, and as much mobile news as we could handle. With Anton D. Nagy and Jaime Rivera on the floor in Barcelona, we had dozens of great opportunities to check out all the new Mobile World Congress gear for ourselves, while our team back in the States brought you word of the latest product announcements as they broke, while also swinging by New York City to check out the US side of Samsung's Unpacked event. While the whole week is ...

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  • by | March 5, 2014 2:37 AM

    When LG filed to trademark the "G3" moniker back in February, we were glad to see it happen, but definitely not surprised by the company's action. The G2, while still a great device, needs a worthy follow-up which can compete with the already announced Samsung Galaxy S5, Sony Xperia Z2, and the upcoming HTC flagship. While we advise you to treat this with the usual dose of salt, we'd definitely be happy to see it happen. Reports are talking about a possible June launch for the LG G3. There are no other details, though the rumor talks about a new type of display on the flagship. The South ...

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  • by | March 4, 2014 4:00 PM

    Late last week, a leak attempted to reveal Verizon's plans for adding a couple new tablets to its roster, mentioning both the LG G Pad 8.3 and the Samsung Galaxy NotePRO 12.2 in the context of a March 6 launch. With just a couple days to go until then, today Verizon has gone official with its announcement of the LTE-capable G Pad 8.3, while we've still yet to get any confirmation on the Samsung tablet. Verizon's going to be the exclusive carrier home of the G Pad 8.3 LTE in the States, and it's welcoming the tablet with a short sale, making it available on-contract for just about $100 from ...

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  • by | March 4, 2014 5:47 AM

    LG has done a very interesting job with the G Flex. Even though lots of people still debate the need to even consider a flexible phone, that doesn't change the fact that it's been selling rather decently around the world. The company is planning to offer its Android 4.4 update for the device in the next coming weeks, and this could mean more than just a software update for you all. We've already seen how XDA-Developers was able to port the G Flex to allow 4K video recording, aside from even 120fps video recording capabilities. What we didn't expect was for LG to actually make this ...

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  • by | February 28, 2014 7:13 AM

    Although the "wearables" category is somewhat new to Pocketnow, devices that are meant to be worn, rather than carried, have been around for quite some time. In the very early days they were called pocket watches. Eventually they evolved into timekeepers that we wore around our wrists. Original versions just kept track of time, but other features were added in: day of the week, day of the month, and even moon phases eventually came to wrist watches. Some got barometers, stopwatches, countdown times, calculators, even simple calendars. When Microsoft released its SPOT technology, and began ...

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  • by | February 27, 2014 5:36 PM

    Samsung's Galaxy NotePRO 12.2 may be a serious tablet heavyweight, but it's also got a premium sticker price to match, selling for $750 on up. If you've been hoping that a carrier subsidy might be a nice way to bring that figure down a little you're in luck, as we've already seen evidence of a Verizon-branded NotePRO 12.2 leak. But when might such a device actually arrive? If we're to believe a new leak, it could be just one week away, with launch dates revealed for both the NotePRO 12.2, as well as LG's Android tablet. As you can see below, this message indicates that Verizon's preparing ...

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  • by | February 25, 2014 3:59 PM

    There are plenty of miniature things in this world that are great. Love or hate it, the Mini Cooper S is an incredibly fun car to drive. The iPad mini is a smaller, more affordable version of the iPad Air with just as much power and prowess. Even mini golf is one of my favorite time wasters to partake in when I'm on vacation. If my opinion on "mini" were instead based on the mobile industry's meaning of the word, I would hate practically everything with the mini tag. We all would. Samsung has been doing it for a few years now – throwing the mini tag on the end of its popular Galaxy S ...

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