Posts tagged with: Optimus UI 3.0
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    I’ve learned that there are two things about being a mobile-phone reviewer. The first thing: you get to handle awesome gadgetry days or weeks ahead of its official release date, and you’re not just allowed to use the heck out of it; you need to, in order to do your job. That’s the awesome thing. The other, less-awesome thing: you eventually have to give it all back. “Empty Nest” is a recurring column discussing what I miss -and what I don’t- about the devices I’ve had to return. ___ The Optimus G for AT&T was a surprise to me in nearly every respect. It was my first ...

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    "The Nexus 4." "The Nexus G." "The New Nexus." "The phone that kind of looks like the Galaxy Nexus, except built by aliens." Whatever special name you have for it, it's finally been confirmed that this year's headlining Google smartphone bearing the "pure Android experience" is coming from the company that we've reluctantly gotten used to calling the perennial also-ran, LG. At first, we weren't exactly bowled over by the news. The device's spec sheet is respectable: it offers a boost over the current Galaxy Nexus, trading that device's poor PenTile-hobbled AMOLED display for a ...

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    For the past few years, most new-product announcements from South Korea's LG have been greeted in America with a heaping helping of "who cares?" The company has spent so long in the shadow of its more-successful rival Samsung that its smartphones, particularly in the United States, have struggled for even moderate mind share. That struggle is also a product of the widely held conception that LG devices just aren't that good, a conception that devices like the LG Intuition have only reinforced. But recently, LG has caught a glimpse of light at the end of the tunnel. We had the opportunity ...

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    The LG Optimus 4X HD is the company's first quad-core smartphone. It was introduced this year at the MWC in Barcelona where we also had the chance to check it out and LG later announced a June availability for the Samsung Galaxy S III and HTC One X competitor. Now the South Korean manufacturer is glad to announce that the Optimus 4X HD is starting to roll out across Europe. The first ones go get it will be future customers from Germany, followed by the Netherlands, Sweden, United Kingdom and Italy. "The rest of the region, along with Asia, CIS, South and Central America will receive ...

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