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With LG having remained mum on the subject of wireless charging when they launched the LG G2 last week, Verizon has stepped up and claim that the Verizon-branded LG G2 features wireless charging exclusively to them, most likely only in the US.
The LG G2 pre-order page on Verizon’s website shows off their own branded LG G2 and mentions that it features wireless charging exclusively, it also shows a redesigned rear for the Verizon LG G2 which is more than likely a confirmation to their claim. It remains to be seen whether this exclusivity extends only to the US or globally, especially since wireless charging is yet to catch on in the mass market. The LG G2 features a speedy 2.2GHz quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage and a 13MP camera with OIS, to name but a few and aims to steal some market share away from the likes of Samsung.
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Are you a Verizon customer? Whether or not, you are still going to feel quite violated. According to some leaked documents, Verizon has been ordered to provide the NSA with some detailed call logs of its customers until July 19 of this year.
It seems that Nokia and Verizon has gotten tired of teasing all of the Lumia 928’s features including showing off the device after the device was officially announced today with all previous leaks proving to be spot on, but the price has caught everyone off guard.
The Nokia Lumia 928 is undoubtedly Nokia’s worst kept secret of all time. Last week the device leaked in a large ad used on a billboard, then this morning it leaked in a two-page spread in Vanity Fair magazine with a detailed image and a link to an official teaser page hinting the device’s impending arrival in the near future.
It seems that Verizon knows something we don’t as the red giant is preparing to cut its prices for the Apple iPhone 5 in what may be an effort to get rid of unwanted stock in preparation for something new.
Nokia’s worst kept secret since the Nokia Lumia 900 has gotten a bit more difficult to hide after a billboard seems to have sprung up overnight showing off the device and touting it as having “The best low-light smartphone camera.”