Android 6.0 Marshmallow is out in the wild, available on the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X, while Google's other Nexus devices will be next in line for the software. After that third party Android manufacturers will begin rolling out Marshmallow, with Motorola and HTC already confirming their devices that will get the upgrade. The latest company to issue its Android 6.0 roadmap is LG, although no specific dates have been released.
Forget the G4 Pro, LG has rolled out a new flagship that stands as a unique addition to the market with blazing specs and a standout killer feature you won't find anywhere else. The LG V10 comes with a second ticker style screen that sits atop the main panel, while elsewhere the device pushes boundaries with its high end specs and cameras. However, the big news really is that screen, so we will start there as we get up close and personal with the V10.
The LG G4 is already midway through its life cycle which inevitably means reports about its replacement are starting to creep out. That's hardly a surprise actually as LG is already deep into the development process for its next flagship and we are really hoping for a lot from this device.
The LG G Pad 10.1 has been launched in South Korea today, a few weeks after it was unveiled prior to the IFA trade show in Berlin. The flagship slate will not be staying in LG's homeland exclusively for long though as its launch in the United States and other regions should happen at the end of this month.
We have heard plenty about the LG Class over the last couple of weeks, suggesting the mid-range handset was close to launching. Now the South Korean company has officially unveiled the new smartphone, however some of the specs are not what was previously reported.
Yesterday we told you about the LG Class, a new smartphone that will arrive later in this month with some mid-range specs. The handset will be aimed at LG's own South Korean market and was teased briefly yesterday with its hardware and design barely seen in a render. The leak gods do like to keep given though and wouldn't you know it, today we are being treated to a genuine hands on look at the LG Class.
It is well known by this point that LG is building a renewed version of its Nexus 5 that will be launched in the fourth quarter and will be running Google's new Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system. The handset's specs have already leaked numerous times and it has passed through benchmark software, but now we are seeing what seems to be an accurate 2015 Nexus 5 in the wild.
LG has sent out a teaser for a new smartphone with the handset in question due to be launched on September 21st, which is under one week away. However, while we would love this to be the company's expected G4 Pro and will stead be called the "LG Class".
LG announced at an earnings call early this year that it would be debuting another flagship smartphone in 2015, a phablet heavyweight to go alongside the current G4. The company went as far as calling the device super-premium, so since then we have been expecting a lot from the so-called LG G4 Pro. Today we have another round of specs to sink our teeth into and they prove that the device certainly will be a beast.
The secret is out there by now, LG will be making a new Nexus devices for Google in the shape of a revamped version of its Nexus 5 smartphone from 2013. The image you see above is reported to be that new device, and as you can see one of the differences is the inclusion of a circular fingerprint sensor on the rear of the handset.