Posts tagged with: G2

[Full G2 Review] The T-Mobile G2 is an Android 2.2 Froyo powered smartphone that was released in October 2010. It features a physical landscape QWERTY keyboard with a unique hinge mechanism. The G2 is sporting a 3.7-inch Super LCD screen with a 480x800 WVGA resolution. Inside is an 800MHz Qualcomm MSM7230 processor with 512MB of RAM and 3.7GB of ROM. The G2 smartphone also features a five-megapixel camera with LED flash and autofocus. Read on for the latest G2 news, reviews and videos:

  • by | September 17, 2013 6:59 AM

    If you're on the hunt for a top-of-the-line Android smartphone in the latter half of 2013, you've got a solid set of options. For fans of lightweight, fully-featured pocket computers, the Galaxy S 4 from Samsung is probably a solid bet. For those who prize build quality and aesthetics more highly than expandability, the HTC One is a better fit. And for those who value a feature-loaded experience on one-of-a-kind (but not at all outlandish) hardware, we're quickly learning that the LG G2 serves that niche pretty well. Our full review of the G2 will be up shortly to further examine its ...

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  • by | September 13, 2013 6:45 PM

    There's one fewer Romanian on this week's podcast, and we're no longer hovering over a precarious microphone stand made of empty shoeboxes and trash cans in a European hotel room - but that doesn't mean this latest episode of the Pocketnow Weekly is lacking in charm. On the contrary, we've called in a silver-tongued devil from Honduras and a smooth-talking geocacher from middle America to provide two very different perspectives on some very high-visibility smartphones. That's right: it's Apple week. That special time of year where iOS makes its way to the top of our rundown and instigates ...

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  • by | September 13, 2013 4:27 PM

    The LG G2 has arrived, and we've been spending the past several days bringing you some unboxings and hands-on comparisons featuring the new phone. This afternoon, we have a couple interesting bits of news to bring you about the Verizon edition of this phone in specific. First up, we've heard about a really great price for the Verizon G2, if you've been thinking about picking one up. If you go through the carrier directly, that would mean shelling out about $200 for the phone on-contract. That's by no means excessive for the launch price of a new flagship, but there's a better deal out ...

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  • by | September 13, 2013 1:58 PM

    There was once a time where I knew exactly what my next smartphone would be at any given time. Back in the day, I was a huge fan of BlackBerry, and although there were much better options around the time the BlackBerry Tour 9630 hit Verizon shelves in July 2009, I didn't want anything drastically different from before. My last smartphone purchase at the time was the BlackBerry Curve 8330, which I had nearly carried for two years. Not long after I purchased the Tour, however, the smartphone market expanded, accelerated, and matured. It was as if it all happened overnight. New Android phones ...

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  • by | September 13, 2013 7:03 AM

    We've taken the wraps off LG's newest Android flagship, the brand-new G2, and we're already well on the way to getting a full review to your eager eyeballs. But before that drops, we thought you'd like to take a gander at how the G2 compares to an Android flagship from another manufacturer. You know, just for kicks. This time around, the role of The Other will be played by the familiar faces at HTC, whose One smartphone captured our hearts earlier this year with its excellent build quality and rock-solid software. How will the more-than-a-smartphone, not-quite-a-phablet G2 fare against ...

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  • by | September 11, 2013 5:29 PM

    We've already shown you what taking the LG G2 out of its packaging looks like, and we've long since pressed that review unit into service generating the features, comparisons, and full review you've anxiously awaited since we first laid hands on the G2 last month. But it's one thing to unbox a device that's come straight from the manufacturer, and quite another to do the same with its carrier-branded variants. From branding to UI to bloatware to what comes bundled in the box, carriers hold a lot of sway when it comes to customizing their smartphones - and it's rare that we get to see those ...

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  • by | September 11, 2013 6:59 AM

    Yes, we know - we're late on this one. And while we'd love to delve into the details on why it took us nigh-on a week to catch up to the rest of the unboxing squad on this one, suffice it to say that we had a few other things going on last week. Hopefully, you can forgive us. The good news: we're excited as ever to give this Snapdragon 800-powered, 13MP OIS-rocking, 5.2-inch-screen-packing flagship its proper run on the review racetrack. That'll be happening this week and next (along with the usual bevy of features and comparisons), but first we need to take it out of its box. So join us ...

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  • by | September 10, 2013 7:15 AM

    The days of Summer are waning, and here in the United States the trees are beginning to turn lovely shades of red and yellow. You know what that means? Time for a new Nexus phone! Luckily the rumor mill has been running in high-gear for quite some time now and many think they've got the specs of the "new Nexus" pretty nailed down. That is, if the Nexus 5 rumors hold true. I had a whole article in mind following the FCC releases and subsequent renders of what many are calling the "Nexus 5"... then @evleaks had to go and rain on everyone's parade and conclude that the device in the FCC ...

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  • by | September 9, 2013 10:55 AM

    Beyond the IFA, and all the new hardware that brought to light, last week also marked the arrival of some new information possibly pertaining to the release of the next Nexus smartphone, with the publication of some FCC certification paperwork that might just be for an LG-made Nexus 5. While that Nexus name itself didn't pop up, there was a whole lot of circumstantial evidence, not the least of which were some case images that sure seemed to match the camera placement we saw in the image of the possible Nexus 5 candidate from a video shot on Google's campus. This week, however, we hearing ...

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  • by | September 9, 2013 7:30 AM

    We've been begging for it for quite some time: screens that span the entire front of our phones. The hated "bezel" used to be a place where we could hold on to our devices without accidentally touching the screen, and there was a point in time when the bezel was a necessary component to actually hold our screens in place, with the screen and digitizer both recessed behind it. Fast-forward to today and our phones have a single slab of glass that occupies most of the front of the device. The bezel is now an area of black around the screen that taunts us. We want that area filled with pixels. ...

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  • by | September 6, 2013 9:00 PM

    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the pre-orders for the Galaxy Note 3 in most of the major US carriers, and even the LG G2 reached the same luck on AT&T. We then talk about the Nokia Lumia 1520, as we finally have leaked press renders of the device. Then we talk about the rumors of an Amazon smartphone that might be free for their customers. We later talk about Android 4.4 KitKat, even though it's odd that everything currently focuses on selling us KitKat bars. We end today's show talking about the LG Nexus 5, which is apparently at the FCC right now. All this and more ...

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  • by | September 6, 2013 8:30 AM

    There's no denying that LG is doing everything they can to become a top-tier smartphone player in today's world. Their exposure with the LG Nexus 4 has been quite positive, and our experience with the Optimus G was also quite pleasing. Their recent announcement of the LG G2 did leave us with an interesting device that we're very eager to test, and as it turns out, this should happen very soon. AT&T has just begun their pre-orders for the new LG G2, and you can get it for $199 after a two-year contract, $575 without a subsidy, or $27 a month if you use their AT&T Next plans. You can ...

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  • by | August 22, 2013 3:14 AM

    According to the latest reports, LG's flagship, the G2, is expected to land on America's largest carriers, Verizon and AT&T soon. Sources cited by AndroidCentral claim a September 12 date for Verizon, and, one day later, a September 13 date for AT&T. The report mentions that the phone will also be available on Sprint, as well as T-Mobile, but there are no rumored dates at the moment for the other two carriers. Being available mid-September, the LG G2 can have a jump start and beat phones to the market, like the next iPhone, HTC's and Samsung's upcoming phablets, the rumored One Max ...

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  • by | August 16, 2013 10:54 AM

    Somebody's making a new Nexus smartphone, but who? After a recent rumor threw Motorola's name back in the running, we're back to mainly focusing on the idea of an LG Nexus 5. Some rumors from earlier this week talked about some downgrades the phone would see from LG's G2, like running a Snapdragon 600 instead of the G2's 800. This morning, however, the latest batch of rumors to arrive claims that a Snapdragon 800 is still happening, and makes an attempt to describe the Nexus 5's design a little. This source explains that the Nexus 5 will also keep the G2's 5.2-inch screen, as well as its ...

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  • by | August 15, 2013 6:36 PM

    The Nexus 4 is starting to show it's age. HTC, Samsung, and even Sony are releasing phones that have noticeably better specs than the flagship phone from Google. Then again, Google isn't showing off hardware in its Nexus lineup, instead, Google is showing off the latest and greatest version of Android... and perhaps showing us that it can run quite well on hardware that's one step down from the "best of the best" in terms of speed. Even still, it's time for a new Nexus, and most of us are referring to it as the "Nexus 5". Who will make it, and will I be happy if the Nexus 5 is based on the ...

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