LG at CES 2015 unveiled its second-generation smartphone with a flexible display, a powerful Android handset, but the G Flex 2 won’t be the company’s main phone this year. That spot is reserved for the LG G4, and a report from Greek publication TechManiacs, has revealed more details about the upcoming monster Android device. More →
After seeing the eye-widening collection of 4K, 8K and quantum dot televisions at CES 2015, you’re probably resisting the urge to upgrade your own living room display, but we’re going to make it even harder. We’ve combed through Amazon for some of the best 4K TVs that you can buy right now, in case you’re too impatient to wait for the new hotness to launch.
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LG made a splash at CES 2015, announcing a brand new flagship device that happens to be its most powerful Android smartphone to date. In addition to offering users a different kind of smartphone shape than they might be used to, the G Flex 2 also packs top hardware, which means it should offer buyers a terrific experience. More →
Samsung has already released a smartphone with a strange display — the Galaxy Note Edge that has an “Edge” screen on the right side — and it’s rumored to place two such touchscreen displays on either side of a special version of the Galaxy S6’s main screen. But the company isn’t the only handset maker looking to sell buyers on the idea of buying such smartphones with three-sided displays. More →
Welcome to the biggest day of the biggest consumer electronics show of the year. The news has already started pouring out of CES 2015 in Las Vegas, and things will really kick into high gear now that press day is here. The three biggest events of the day are undoubtedly LG, Samsung and Sony’s press conferences, and LG is about to get things started with the first big event of the day. More →
The Consumer Electronics Show is just days away and we’re starting to get a nice stream of leaks about what devices will get unveiled there. Phone Probe’s sources say that LG is planning to unveil its G Flex 2 smartphone in Las Vegas next week, which will be a sequel to the original G Flex device launched last year. More →
LG might be discontinuing its phablet line next year, but that doesn’t mean the Android handset maker will not be ready to meet the needs of phablet buyers. In fact, a new report from Chinese publication IT Home seems to suggest the next top Android flagship from LG will pack a certain special feature to better compete against the best-selling Android phablet in the world. More →