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LG is an electronics company from South Korea. The company’s first Android smartphone was released in 2009. They have released many Android phones, but also tablets and Chrome OS devices. LG also worked with Google on the Nexus program. Visit the LG forums.

LG may be leaving the smartphone business in 2021

Last week, Korean publication The Elec published an article claiming that LG Electronics notified its employees that it was shutting down its smartphone business. That allegedly included halting development on the company's rollable smartphone which they previously said will be launching later this year. However, LG's Head of Global Corporate Communications, Ken Hong, told XDA...

Android 11 Custom ROM List – Unofficially Update Your Android Phone!

As you may be well aware by now, the stable version of Android 11 has now been released to the masses. Google's Pixel series of phones and a handful of Xiaomi devices have joined the update train so far, while official beta builds are available for the OnePlus 8 lineup, the Samsung Galaxy S20 series,...

Best of CES 2021: The tech that caught our attention!

The dust has settled on another showcase in Vegas, except this year's Consumer Electronics Show took place virtually thanks to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. There were a lot of announcements, both directly related to the show or — in the case of Samsung with the Galaxy S21 series announcement — timed for the few days...

LG isn’t shutting down its smartphone business: Spokesperson

LG's mobile business hasn't turned a profit for a couple of years now, despite several attempts from the company to restructure its approach and bring innovative products to the market. Its devices just don't get any love from the masses unless they're available at massive discounts, which is reason enough for the company to shut...

LG’s rollable phone is a real product launching this year

During the LG Wing launch event in September last year, LG teased an upcoming device with a rollable display. Soon after that, we saw reports suggesting that the company had already started work on a prototype called Project B. At CES just a few days ago, LG then showcased the device, giving us our first...

LG’s 2021 TVs will support Google Stadia and GeForce NOW, run webOS 6.0

LG has announced a partnership with Google that will see Google Stadia come to webOS smart TVs later this year. The company will be the first TV manufacturer to natively support Stadia gameplay via webOS, LG said. GeForce Now will also make its way to webOS TVs later this year. “LG plans to have the new...

This could be our first look at LG’s rollable smartphone

The foldable phone is becoming a more prominent part of the smartphone conversation. But we may soon start seeing what comes after. LG has once again teased its rollable smartphone, a device that we could see arrive sometime later this year. At CES 2021 on Monday, via Android Authority, the company gave us a better glimpse...

Android 11 Update Tracker: List of major phones getting the latest release!

It’s that time of year again when Google releases the new version of its mobile operating system, and after a long few months of beta testing, the American tech giant is finally rolling out the stable version of Android 11. But of course, it’s not just Pixel users who are getting this update. A range...

LG announces new LG Gram 2021 notebooks at CES with 16:10 displays, 11th-gen Intel processors

The all-new LG Gram 2021 series of laptops has been officially announced. Continuing the super-light and ultra-slim design, the new update is said to bring in long battery life, improved performance thanks to the new 11th-gen Intel processors, as well as new 16:10 aspect ratio screens. The new LG Gram 2021 includes a total of...

XDA Awards – The Best Tech of 2020

Despite all the notable events this year, 2020 has been incredible for consumer tech, and more specifically, smartphones. A lot of companies went all out with their devices, flooding the market with great options catering to a wide variety of needs and wants. We at XDA have used a lot of these gadgets throughout the...

These are the best phones for AT&T available right now!

There's no getting around this: carrier compatibility can make your choice of a phone harder if you're in the U.S. Often, you're forced to buy your phone directly through a carrier or jump through hoops to activate it on your carrier, which can introduce several complicated variants. If you import a phone from overseas, it...

Xiaomi Mi 11, OPPO Reno 5 4G, Vivo X60, and LG Stylo 7 forums are open

Last week we opened up XDA forums for the POCO M3, Redmi 9 Power, Moto E7, and Nokia 5.4. Now we are opening forums for four new smartphones, namely, the Xiaomi Mi 11, the OPPO Reno 5 4G, the Vivo X60, and the upcoming LG Stylo 5G, allowing device owners and potential buyers to share...