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LG V40 ThinQ [Mini] Review: More Cameras, Same Problems

October was a jamboree of new phone announcements from major Android OEMs. The month was kicked off with the LG V40 ThinQ, a device that grabbed headlines for having five cameras in total. The V Series started with the unique Second Screen, but it has slowly become more like the 'safer' G Series. That change...

Sony Xperia XZ3 Review: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

Sony is on a wicked update track with its Xperia XZ line of flagship phones. Just three months ago, I took a look at and reviewed the Sony Xperia XZ2, a phone I felt was overpriced but also offered an incredibly compelling alternative to the modern flagship. It had a portly but comfortable high-quality body,...

LG V40 ThinQ and LG Watch W7 officially announced: what you need to know

LG phones are rarely the most popular of the bunch, but the company is still a veteran in the Android industry. They're definitely not afraid to innovate with their G and V device lines. The LG V30, in particular, was an outstanding device with certain flaws, carrying top of the line specs as well as...

[Update: Hands-on] Sony Xperia XZ3 has an OLED panel and launches with Android 9 Pie

Sony Mobile might not be the juggernaut in the industry that Samsung, Apple, and Huawei are, but the company still manages to produce top-tier Android flagships with excellent displays and cameras. Plus, their commitment to open source and AOSP is truly commendable. Unfortunately, we wish we could say the same about their support, pricing, or release strategy....

LG V40 leaked render shows off triple rear cameras and notch

The LG V40 has popped up a few times this Summer. First, in June, we heard the device would feature 3 cameras on the back and a Google Assistant button. In July, a rumor claimed the V40 would launch a month after the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Then earlier this month, the POLED display was confirmed...

Google is Actively Investigating Reports of Pixel 2 XL Display Burn-in

The first reviews of the Google Pixel 2 and the Pixel 2 XL were posted on October 17, and we have seen questions being raised over the display quality of the Pixel 2 XL. The Pixel 2 XL display is a 6-inch WQHD+ (2880x1440) 18:9 aspect ratio P-OLED display made by LG. Google has stated that...