The modern smartphone era is a tough one for fans of phones with a keyboard, but it's not completely hopeless. QWERTY aficionados will soon have a new option in the LG Optimus F3Q, heading to T-Mobile.
LG is gung-ho about devices like the G Flex that are capable of bending or curving to accommodate different features. LG is so confident in the form factor that it estimates 4 out of 10 smartphones will have similar features in the next seven years.
The LG G Pad 8.3 is the first Android tablet that LG has made in a long time, and anyone thinking of giving the device a chance should head over to Newegg to purchase it. Newegg has the tablet available for a limited time with a $100 discount.
When we first saw the LG G Flex, it was believed that the curved smartphone would probably not see an official release outside of Asia and the UK, the same fate expected for the similar Samsung Galaxy Round. It now appears that the G flex could end up being released in the US.
LG had no problem letting the world know that it doesn't think much of the Samsung Galaxy Round, a curved phone made by its chief rival. Announcing its new G Flex Android phone, LG laid claim to the title of first "real" curved phone.
The number of smartphones that LG shipped in the last three months is down compared to how many the company peddled last year, but the manufacturer has plans to finish the year strong with its flagship product.
LG seems committed to designing smartphones that place the power and volume buttons on the back of the device rather than the side. Following the successful implementation on the G2, LG is poised to repeat its button placement on the upcoming G Flex, a smartphone with a curved display.
LG's return to the tablet market is official now that the company has launched its G Pad 8.3 in the United States. The Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean tablet is available today and may have the specs to raise more interest than previous LG devices.
Not content to let Samsung have all the fun with its recently announced curved smartphone, LG will soon introduce the G Flex, its own smartphone with a curved display that has appeared in leaked photographs
Rarely does a phone like the LG G2 arrive. It's faster than most, has a great camera, and features a design unlike anything else on the market. Does that make the G2 the best phone or just another Android smartphone?