LG has been been busy creating hype around the LG G6, and so far has revealed details about its Full Vision Display, Quad DACs, UX 6.0, and the device’s water and dust resistance. Yes, they’ve confirmed it all. And now the South Korean company has revealed details about the camera on the LG G6 ahead of its MWC launch. The device will feature dual 13 mega pixel cameras, the same as can be found on the LG V20 and LG G5 (with different resolutions). Continue reading
LG usually drops hints regarding its product as and how it nears the launch date and the promotions for LG G6 are not much different. The company already notified that it will be holding a press event on February 26th and today the sent out another teaser image confirming that the LG G6 will indeed be a big part of the announcement if not the only part. The invite places the LG G6 as having a “Big Screen That Fits.” Continue reading
Last year, in 2016, deciding between flagships came down to the software features, camera, and other stuff and not the specs. That was because almost every flagship had the same processors, RAM, storage, etc. This however might not be the case this year according to a report by Forbes. LG’s upcoming G6 will instead use the Snapdragon 821, which is what Google’s Pixel and Pixel XL launched with in the fall. Continue reading
LG said earlier this month that it was thinking about announcing its G6 flagship at Mobile World Congress in February, and it looks like the company has decided to move ahead with the plan. LG has begun sending early invitations or ‘save-the-dates’ to the media for its press event at MWC 2017 event in Barcelona on February 26th. The invite has caption “See More, Play More” along with the event date. Continue reading
LG Display today announced the world’s first 5.7-inch QHD+ LCD panel with a 18:9 aspect ratio. However, the company has not released an image of the panel, like they usually do. LG says that it has developed this display with 18:9 aspect ratio to provide more immersive viewing experiences and due to consumer demands for bigger screens. The display ratio has evolved from 4:3, 3:2, 5:3, 16:9 and 17:9, reflecting demand for larger displays to consume multimedia content.
The 18:9 ratio will, according to the company, also allow consumers to multi-task by using the dual-screen feature. Continue reading
The Nexus 5X manufactured by LG is one of the two, very last Nexus devices, at least right now. It is still going to be supported by Google for one more year or so through regular software updates. But what about the hardware, what happens if your phone starts suffering from various internal issues that makes it inoperable?
Contact the manufacturer of the device of course. Usually, even when the device is under warranty, you’d have to send in the device for repairs or the manufacturer replaces your unit with a refurbished one. According to some users, however, LG is issuing full refunds for Nexus 5X units that are suffering from a certain defect. Continue reading
Got a Sprint LG G5? You may want to check for system updates in settings. LG G5 devices in South Korea started receiving the Android Nougat update a couple of weeks ago and now the version of the G5 sold by Sprint in the US are starting to receive the Android upgrade as well.
Sprint and LG are both good with updates, so it’s not a huge surprise that the Sprint G5 is one of the first flagships in the US to get a taste of Nougat-y goodness. Continue reading