The leather-bound smartphone you never knew you wanted begins shipping this week. LG announced on its website on Monday that the G4 will roll out to consumers in key markets in the coming days, including Hong Kong, Turkey and Russia, with rollouts coming to the rest of Europe, North America and other territories throughout the month of June. More →
LG last week unveiled its 2015 flagship handset that’s supposed to take on the Galaxy S6, HTC One M9 and iPhone 6. Unlike competitors, LG is ready to let early buyers in the U.S. try its newest device well ahead of its official launch. The company has kicked off a special G4 Trial Program for the handset, posting a registration page on its website. More →
LG has just unveiled the G4, a device that’s going to compete against the Galaxy S6 family and the HTC One M9 in the high-end Android smartphone category. But LG apparently knows that the rival to beat is the iPhone 6, because the company has taken particular care on its website in pointing out exactly why its new G4 is better than any iPhone. More →
LG on Tuesday finally unveiled the G4, its flagship device that’s supposed to take on the iPhone 6 and top Android handsets from competitors, including the Galaxy S6 and the HTC One M9 that launched in stores a few weeks ago. The first comparisons between these three Android monster phones have now been published, and they cover specs as well as performance tests. More →
When Samsung announced the Galaxy S6 last month, it looked like every other Android smartphone vendor had missed the boat. After years of stagnation, the king of Android devices was returning with its sleekest, coolest, fastest smartphone ever, and other new phones paled in comparison.
All the while, LG was quiet — waiting for the right moment to pounce with one of the most technologically advanced smartphones the world has ever seen.
With the LG G4, it’s all about percentages. The F1.8 aperture lens allows 80% more light to reach the camera sensor. LG’s new 5.5-inch IPS Quantum Display brings 20 percent greater color reproduction, 25 percent improvement in brightness and 50 percent greater contrast than its closest competition.
LG on Tuesday finally unveiled the G4, its newest Android flagship handset that’s supposed to fight against some impressive rivals, including the iPhone 6, the Galaxy S6 and the HTC One M9. The phone has been featured in many leaks recently, including some major ones that revealed most of its specs and features, but LG finally made it official. More →
LG on Tuesday took the wraps off its new G4 flagship smartphone that’s set to go head-to-head with the Galaxy S6 and HTC One M9. As expected, the new device features a 5.5-inch display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, a 16-megapixel camera, 3GB of RAM, a removable 3,000 mAh battery and a microSD card slot. In this way, LG has kept two of the features that some Android fans have complained about Samsung removing from the Galaxy S6. More →
The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge are Samsung’s best phones to date, and they’re also the company’s most expensive phones to date. In fact, they’re priced even higher than the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. If you thought LG’s upcoming flagship device would beat the Galaxy S6 on price, then you might be surprised. At least that’s what a new report from South Korean publication ETNews claims. More →
After a massive LG G4 leak revealed almost everything there is to know about the device, new details about the upcoming Android flagship smartphone have been unearthed, including a collection of stunning pictures that were taken with the new phone, as well as some unexpected tidbits about the phone’s gorgeous 2K display. More →
LG in a few days will take the wraps off the LG G4, its 2015 flagship handset designed to fight against Samsung’s Galaxy S6 models and HTC’s One M9. The device is hardly a secret anymore, as not only has LG started to tease various features of the handset, but a consistent leak earlier this week revealed many details about the smartphone. While the leaks so far revealed the phone will indeed be one of the best handsets of the year, it’ll also disappoint certain fans, G for Games has found out. More →