Hate ads? Download Brave web browser. Fast, secure, built in ad-blocking.
On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about information on the possible launch of the Samsung Galaxy Fold, Huawei's new foldable design and more
Nice discounts are coming to the unlocked version of the LG G7 ThinQ for all those LG fans that don't have a problem with the notch
Currently available exclusively in an AT&T-specific variant, the LG V35 ThinQ is to be released soon with unlocked GSM and LTE support as well.
Starting today, the AI-infused LG G7 ThinQ is officially available from a slew of authorized US retailers and carriers, including Amazon, Best Buy, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon.
Almost identical to the V30 and V30S ThinQ in terms of design, and similar to the G7 ThinQ when it comes to specs, the LG V35 ThinQ is pricier than all its siblings and cousins.
The LG v35 ThinQ for AT&T was just announced. Check out our quick hands-on look at this new LG flagship phone that's comparable to the LG G7.
Both rendered and purportedly photographed, the fast-approaching LG V35 ThinQ looks an awful lot like last year's V30, with thin screen bezels, rounded corners and no notch.
The LG V35 ThinQ could be right around the corner, despite the recent launches of the V30S ThinQ and G7 ThinQ. And no, the spec sheet doesn't look very special.
T-Mobile is just about ready to accept LG G7 ThinQ pre-orders in exchange for a $30 down payment and $30 monthly installments, with offline inventory set to arrive on June 1.
For those of you owning one on T-Mobile, the LG V30 finally gets its just desserts. But you'll have to jump a few hoops to get a fork in.
The LG G7 ThinQ has been unveiled a full eight months after Apple's iPhone X, but apparently, the notch (or second display) was long in the works.
Notch haters will be ecstatic to see the LG V35 ThinQ rendered without any iPhone X-inspired screen cutouts, although that doesn't make the unreleased handset original.
There's still a great deal we don't know about LG G7 ThinQ availability and pricing in the US, but here's everything we do know.
Drawing inspiration from Samsung's last couple of flagship phone designs, the fast-approaching LG G7 ThinQ will let you press a side-mounted button to launch Google Assistant.
Evan Blass is talking about the LG V40 while other people are talking about the V35 ThinQ. Are they one phone? Separate phones? Phones of different times?
That iPhone X-inspired notch is almost unnoticeable in the latest ev-leaked LG G7 ThinQ render, but look carefully and you'll see it's not that small.
There's new intel on what will come after LG's late spring smartphone and, for the most part, it will just be a smartening of the last V-series phone.
Yes, it's definitely called LG G7 ThinQ, it's coming to New York on May 2, and depending on the region you live in, you may be able to buy it in up to five different hues.
New speculative renders show the upcoming device to feature four buttons on it siderails. Now, if two of those buttons control volume, what do the other two do?
But details still remain thin for both Google Assistant mediums. No dates for delivery, no specifications, not even a picture. Just a few bare words on a retailer's site.
It's not enough that LG tells us more about what more it put into turning a V30 into a V30S ThinQ. We have to show AND tell.
More RAM, more megapixel power and more artificial intelligence. The V30S ThinQ and V30S+ ThinQ are just so much more than a V30.
Whether you choose to call it a Google Assistant touch screen speaker or smart display, the CES 2018-showcased LG WK9 is yet another major Amazon Echo Show threat.