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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.

Google will kill Play Movies and TV app on Roku and several smart TVs

Google is sunsetting the Google Play Movies and TV app on several platforms. The move comes after Google renamed the Google Play Movies and TV app on Android to Google TV last year. In an email sent out to users (via The Verge), Google has announced the Google Play Movies and TV app will no longer...

Here are all the LG phones that will receive Android 12 and Android 13 updates

After denying several rumors, LG finally announced its exit from the smartphone market earlier this month. This raised concern among many LG smartphone users regarding software support for their devices. To address these concerns, LG recently assured that it will continue to deliver three Android OS updates for all premium phones launched in 2019 and...

Despite quitting phones, LG reassures customers it’ll continue to deliver Android OS updates

After months of rumors, finally, the inevitable happened as LG officially declared itself out of the smartphone market for once and for all. While the smartphone community was busy mourning the loss of a key innovator, many existing LG phone owners were worried about what would happen to their smartphones. LG promised to provide service...

This is our first look at LG’s never-to-be-released Rollable and V70 phones

Before LG announced it was pulling out of the mobile market, the company was expected to launch the V70 and a rollable smartphone. While these devices will never officially reach consumer hands, new leaks have revealed they’re very much real products. https://twitter.com/FrontTron/status/1379289404624101376 Twitter user FrontTron shared images of what are allegedly the LG V70 and LG Rollable....

With LG gone, which smartphone are you looking at next?

The smartphone industry has just lost a key player. Last night, LG confirmed it's closing the doors on its mobile division. The Korean electronics company was one of the first brands to sell an Android smartphone, releasing the Android 1.5 Cupcake-running LG GW620 back in 2009. Since then, the company has released hundreds of phones...

7 smartphone trends that LG pioneered and others copied

After weeks of rumors, LG Electronics has officially announced it is shutting down its mobile phone business. While the writing has been on the wall for a while -- LG's mobile business has been a money-loser for the otherwise very profitable South Korean tech giant -- it still leaves many of us phone enthusiasts sad. For me,...

LG may still deliver Android 12 updates to some devices

LG's smartphone business hasn't been doing too hot these last few years, so it came as no surprise earlier tonight when the company announced it's shutting down its mobile division. For distant observers and those of us in the media, we recognize how much the company has brought to the table and how the industry...

It’s official: LG Electronics is exiting the smartphone business

LG has officially pulled out of the smartphone business. There have been multiple reports in the last two weeks hinting at LG bidding adieu to the smartphone space once and for all, and that has indeed turned out to be the case. In a public statement, LG confirmed the closure of its mobile division, stating that...

Would you be sad if LG no longer makes phones?

With piling losses, Korean company LG is set to exit the smartphone business. While many of the people aware of the financial state of the company's smartphone business predicted this for a while, a recent report suggests the company will formally announce its departure from the smartphone industry on April 5th. As a pillar of...

LG will reportedly announce closure of smartphone business on April 5

LG has struggled to maintain prominence in the competitive mobile market. As a result, the company is reportedly preparing to announce that it will shutter its smartphone business. According to The Korea Times, LG will announce that it will pull out of the smartphone market on April 5 after failing to turn a profit these past...

Motorola One Hyper and LG G7 One receive stable Android 11 update

Ever since Google rolled out the first stable Android 11 build for its Pixel devices back in September last year, several OEMs have followed suit and released the update to some of their flagship and mid-range devices. However, there are still many devices for which the update hasn’t rolled out yet — particularly some legacy...

LG may shut down its smartphone business since it can’t find a buyer

The history of LG's smartphone division has been one of constant failure and tragedy in the last few years. Despite their constant attempts to innovate and shake things up, they have failed to really make a profit off their smartphone business. While they often make headlines and do their best at keeping things fresh with...