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LG’s HomeChat technology, combined with the popular mobile messenger Line, will let users send simple messages to their appliances – provided these are smart devices – from a variety of mobile devices and computers. Line is available on Android, iOS, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, Nokia Asha, Windows and OS X, while the HomeChat service will take advantage of a Natural Language Processing (NLP) technology.
Smart Refrigerators, Smart Ovens, Smart Vacuums and Washing Machines would be supported.
Multiple reports came from South Korea that suggest that bot only is the company LG working on bringing a new G3 this upcoming MWC but two wearable techs too!
For the G3 we expect a better processor, a better sharper 2k display and a better faster camera – again, all of this from rumours. Alongwith it, the company is rumoured to bring a G Health which is a fitness tracking device and apparently LG’s take on the existing Nike Fuelband. The other wearable tech being a galaxy gear like wearable watch with an alleged flexible display.
If we are lucky, we will get to learn some during CES in January!
It’s holiday season again and that time of the year when there are a lot of gifts being wrapped. Let’s take a look back and see what this year meant for the smartphone industry and which one’s made it big. Here is a list of Top 5 Smartphones for 2013!
1. Apple iPhone 5s
While Apple would not have won a medal in redesigning this much similar-looking iPhone, it surely won all the attention, primarily because of it’s neatly tucked fingerprint scanner – a first on any commercially available mobile phone.
The 64-bit A7 processor is logically a major upgrade over the predecessor, but the bigger change is the M7 co-processor, which picks up data from various sensors even while the phone may be asleep. The iPhone 5s is everything you love, only much better.
2. Samsung Galaxy Note 3
The Galaxy Note 3 is the pinnacle of Samsung’s line of large phones. It’s Samsung’s best effort by far. The Note line of devices brought phablets (i.e., large-screened phones) to the masses, and none is more accessible than the Note 3.
Samsung managed to reduce the device’s footprint while increasing the size of the screen to a whopping 5.7 inches. The Note 3 is also thinner, lighter, and classier than ever, thanks to the faux leather back and tasteful chrome accents.
3. Google Nexus 5
Google bought a treat and well needed upgrade to it’s Nexus 4 and man does this phone offer the best bang for the buck! Historically the Nexus devices bring flagship level hardware at rock bottom prices but with the Nexus 5 you get even better.
he Nexus 5 packs in a bigger screen this time around – 5-inch Full HD IPS+, with Gorilla Glass 3.And yes, how can we forget Google’s promise of instant OS updates being rolled out for Nexus smartphones and tablets?
4. LG G2
The LG G2 is by far one of the best effort devices in terms of hardware and innovation throughout. The 5.2-inch display is by far one of the best that’s currently available on any available smartphone at 424 ppi.
The power key sits just below the camera at the back, with the designers assuming that a finger will naturally reach that spot when you hold the phone conventionally.
5. Nokia Lumia 1020
If you are extremely concerned about picture quality on your phone and need a camera replacement then here is a great option. Although you need to be a quick adapter to a new and quite-friendly operating system, the Lumia 1020 snaps photos like a boss!
With a 41 MP sensor with OIS, It offers full manual control over every aspect of creating a photograph such as shutter speed, ISO, exposure compensation, white balance and even offers the ability to manually focus the lens.
Do you have another best that we have missed? Comment below.
The LG GX packs a 5.5-inch IPS display with Full HD resolution, a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 SoC, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, 13-megapixel camera, and a 3,140 mAh battery.
That is high-end specs with the exception of a so called mid-range processor which again is no slouch. These specs are taken from the Optimus G Pro and hence sound so similar.The GX packs LTE Support too so incase this phone hits the US, it shouldn’t be a surprise.
While the LG G2 may be the big bulky brother of the Nexus 5 but it’s users still have to wait till Q1 2014 – LG Canada Quoted. That said, it is now not a rare phenomenon to see OEMs delaying updates. Now that consumers are getting used to this, social media too is no longer flooded with complaints.
Android has come a long way in terms of usability, but the updates need work. Bottom line, if you want a phone that is pretty easy to use and guaranteed updates for at least 2 years, get a Nexus. Only devices that come close are the Play edition phones and (lately) unlocked Motorola phones.
Although quite weird considering it’s current positioning in the Android Market, we accepted it with reasoning of a temporary shift of focus for better profits. LG says blames the rumor on “non-credible sources and uninformed speculation.” A spokesperson asserted, “we are more committed than ever in making the LG brand a major player in the mobile space,” continuing, “and we think our products this year speak for themselves.”
We really would like to see what LG brings in 2014 considering it’s on an innovative front with it’s latest LG G Flex.
LG has always been lurking around in the background, trying to steal the spotlight from an unsuspecting competitor, such as their Time Square ad stating “LG Optimus G is here 4 you now” right next to Samsung’s ad teasing the Galaxy S4 launch, happening below the ad just days later. Now they have a new one.
No, it isn’t another meteor video on their new OLED TV screens. This time LG has decided to target users of competitors’ devices directly with targetted mobile ads in Scandinavia. If users using an iPhone access a site with the ad embedded, they are met with a screen stating “Hard to read this on your iPhone? Get the LG G2 with a 5.2″ FHD IPS Display”. They do something similar with HTC One and Galaxy S4 users stating “Tired of charging your HTC One? Get the LG G2 with 30% longer battery life” for the former and “Waiting for your Galaxy to catch up? Get the LG G2 with 20% faster processor” for the latter, both valid points and shown in a clever way.
Does LG have what it takes to become the third largest smartphone manufacturer in the world or better? Do you think they have some pizzaz? They were met with a huge outcry from global BlackBerry users today after trying to poke fun at the ailing smartphone maker.
Meet the LG G Flex, LG’s curved smartphone and their answer to the new Samsung Galaxy Round. The LG G Flex, also known as the LG Z, is expected to make its debut next month as the world’s second commercial flexible smartphone.
The LG G Flex, unlike the Galaxy Round, will have a vertically curved shape making viewing angles better as well as improving screen protection. The LG G Flex is still quite a mystery, but it will apparently feature a 6-inch 1080p display and its pretty safe to assume that it will also carry a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 SoC, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of expandable storage and a 13MP rear camera in addition to the company’s new curved battery. Sadly, I feel that it will be more uncomfortable to hold and use than the Galaxy Round which is horizontally curved in order to fit the coutures of your palm.
I would be going out on a limb here when I say that the LG G Flex will be limited to South Korea, much like the Galaxy Round, for the foreseeable future, considering the scarcity of flexible displays…
Batteries. Batteries. Batteries. The biggest problem in modern tech, and the biggest necessity has just gotten a lot more interesting hanks to the guys over at LG Chem, who today showed off their new batteries, including a Cable Battery.
LG Chem’s Cable Battery is a battery that acts pretty much the same as your standard charger cable; it’s bendable, foldable and pretty darn strong. The battery is of course still in developmental phase, meaning it will be a few years until we see it in actual products, but when it hits, it will be implemented in loads of smart devices including phones, glasses and watches.
LG Chem also showed the Stacked Battery which is able to hold a much larger charge in a more compact housing, and is currently featured inside the LG G2. Their Curved Battery was also shown off and is set to be implemented in the company’s upcoming curved smartphone.
LG seems to have done it once again, the company has made a clucking awesome viral video to show off exactly what the concept of optical image stabilization is about, using a weird camera fanatic called Dave and a chicken of all things.
You’ve got to hand it to LG, their marketing team is pretty good, one viral advertisement after the other. LG recently made a new video to show off just how important stabilization is when taking a photo or recording a video, so they had a funny bloke and a chicken partner up to make a hilarious video. Dave, the camera man, discovers the best way to get his camera stable during action shots, by strapping it to a chicken. The results are pretty funny and you’re sure to laugh yourself halfway to the floor, gravity will of course do the rest.
Optical Image Stabilization, or OIS, seems to be the next IT thing in mobile cameras. Nokia has it. HTC has it. And the new LG G2 has it!