The Android smart phone wars have been heating up as of late, with most OEMs offering great products as of late. Last night HTC however was awarded with the ‘Hottest Phone of 2013’ award at the Mobile Awards, leaving HTC UK to gloat and poke fun at Samsung on Twitter, until things started heating up….
What is White, runs stock Android, has a pretty amazing price tag and does not feature LTE? If you guessed the LG Nexus 4, you would be correct. The South Koreans today officially unveiled the white version of the Google Nexus 4 that has leaked before, but nothing definitive to date.
The LG Nexus 4 seems to be getting more and popular around the rumoursphere nowadays; the device is said to relaunch at this year’s Google I/O with a lower price tag, official LTE support and now in a white variant.
Life’s not all that good over at LG with their latest project finding its way into the wild to show the world what’s coming. What you see above may very well be the upcoming LG Optimus G2.
LG is reportedly getting ready to manufacture the Google Nexus 5 after Google inked a deal that sees the Koreans making yet another Nexus device for Google, at least that’s what The Korea Times is reporting.
The wait is almost over for those of you in the US that want to get your hands on some LG Optimus G Pro goodness. The full HD capable smart phone’s pre-orders have gone live over at AT&T, with the device shipping on May 7 to reach you in time for the 10th.
The LG Google Nexus 4 has had LTE ever since it was first launched in 2012, but the feature was never officially available, but that didn’t stop hacks from enabling the feature. Well, the feature may just become officially available soon.
LG has been on the war path against the likes of HTC and more specifically Samsung with its latest line of Android smart phones, their flagship for the year has everyone’s tongues hanging in anticipation, but until now little information has been available on when the LG Optimus G Pro will be coming to the…
A mysterious LG smart phone has popped up in a benchmarking test, many believe that it may be a successor to the LG Optimus G, but could it be the LG Nexus 5? Either way, it packs quite a punch.
Now that the Samsung Galaxy S4 has been launched, the thing on everyone’s minds is what Google has in store for us for this year’s Nexus smart phone. With that in mind, the rumors have kicked off, let’s take a look at what they say.