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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 Wing update brings much-needed improvements to the Second Screen experience

The release of the LG Wing has been nothing short of a spectacle for LG. LG's smartphone business needed some changes, and we're seeing that in the complete revamp of their lineup throughout 2020 with phones like the LG Velvet. But it's not enough to just make decent phones — they need to innovate if...

LG Stylo 7 5G leaked renders show LG is sticking with the stylus and 3.5mm headphone jack

As we near the end of 2020, we’re starting to get a glimpse of what companies have planned for 2021. One of the devices seemingly on the horizon is the LG Stylo 7 5G which, as the name suggests, will feature stylus support. The new intel comes courtesy of Steve Hemmerstoffer on Voice, who shared a...

A New Year’s Resolution for OEMs: Please fix your smartphone branding

A phone's branding is essential. Potential smartphone buyers don't usually have the time to go through a spec sheet to see how one particular phone is better than the other. We're drifting back into the era where almost all smartphones look exactly the same: glass and metal sandwiches (or sometimes glass on plastic) with two,...

LG announces Android 11 Beta Preview for the LG Velvet

In a perfect world, Android 11 would already be available for every phone released in the last 18 months. But it’s a slow process, and if you’re an LG Velvet owner, your patience will soon be rewarded. LG announced that an Android 11 beta preview for the LG Velvet will soon be available in South Korea....

These are the best 5G phones you can buy right now in December 2020

5G in 2020 left a lot to be desired -- reception areas for high-band or mmWave (the speedy type) were hard to find, and mid and low-band (the slower, sub-6 type 5G) didn't quite reach true game-changing speeds. But with Apple officially on board the 5G train, this should push carriers into stepping up their...

LG to outsource budget phone production and shift focus to flagships

In an attempt to bring its struggling smartphone business back on track, LG started 2020 with a new strategy. As detailed in LG's 2019 financial report, this strategy aimed to shift focus from premium flagships, like the LG G-series, to "mass-premium and mass-tier 5G products," like the LG Velvet. The report also revealed that the...

These are the Best Android Phones to buy in 2020

As 2020 comes to a close — thank God! — we have a more finalized idea of the entire Android landscape for this year. And it’s been a good one, with slab phones arguably reaching the apex in fluidity and screen-to-body ratio, while brands also pushed out adventurous new form factors that bend or swivel. No...

Save $300 on LG’s 65″ 4K LED TV with 120Hz refresh rate this Cyber Monday

This Black Friday, we have witnessed massive rate-cuts with TVs getting up to $1,000 in discount. If you're still looking for one and want a crisp overview of all the options in front of you, we have compiled a list of the best Cyber Monday TV deals. But, if you are looking for something specific...

Save $300 on LG 55-inch OLED TV with gaming features this Black Friday, also get a $149 TWS free

Black Friday shopping is almost incomplete without a new TV. This Black Friday, we've seen a lot of great deals on TVs from brands like Samsung, Sony, TCL, etc. offering up to $1000 in discount. LG, which is another leading TV brand, also has some great discounts to offer on premium models during this season....

LG’s UN6970 75-inch 4K LED TV is $200 off during Best Buy’s Black Friday sale!

If you're in the market for a 4K TV right now, you can get a bunch of great Black Friday deals on various platforms. If you want a budget 4K TV, you can go with the 50-inch Insignia Smart Fire TV for just $150 on Best Buy. In case you want a more premium panel,...

Save over $50 on a 34-inch LG Ultrawide FreeSync monitor and enjoy the view

You know, I used to think ultrawide monitors were a bit silly. Do you really need that much desktop real estate, and for your field of vision in games to be that wide? Of course, I have two normal sized-monitors mounted side by side, so it became obvious that I was being a little hypocritical....

Best Android Phones under $300: Motorola, Samsung, Nokia, TCL, & more

The year 2020 has been a rough one for many working class consumers as the ongoing pandemic has wrecked havoc on many industries. For those who have seen their income take a dive, the thought of spending nearly $1,000 on a flagship phone sounds downright absurd. Fortunately, smartphone brands have grown skilled at making entry...