The LG G3 is still doing well and sits among the current crop of flagships as a true competitor with some of the best specs and a slick design too. However, the smartphone world is always looking forward and so LG knows that it needs to build on the G3's momentum. The G4 is obviously still in development, but it was now be met with huge expectations when it lands next year, and seems LG is upping the ante again.
The LG G3 propelled the Korean company to the top piled of smartphone manufacturers, but some people still think it is the sole reason LG made it to the dance. In fact, the company had been building up a head of steam for nearly two years, improving its flagship offerings and trying to be interesting at the budget and mid-range price points. The company is getting its rewards for the hard work it seems as its smartphone sales have soared over the last quarter.
LG's G Watch R caused quite a stir when it was first unveiled. This was a smartwatch that also had a round face, a competitor to Motorola's impressive Moto 360 perhaps and possibly the best smartwatch ever made. However, the reality was somewhat different as the G Watch R is a little bit of a compromise; good looking yes, but certainly not the definitive smartwatch release.
Virgin Mobile may not be up there with the big four of Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile, but it is trying to make itself a bit sexier to the budget minded. With consumers spoilt for choice across the flagship, the budget end of the market is the next war to be fought and won, and Virgin Mobile has today detailed some new plans.
LG's recent good flagship output culminated in June with the utterly fantastic G3, a device that has given the company more wind than it has ever had in its sails. The South Korean brand is now a bon-a-fide major player in the smartphone market and you can just see that the confidence is growing. It also seems that LG is slowly becoming a company like compatriot Samsung, the sort that has a device for everything.
LG hit its flagship stride with the G3 that was released a few months ago, but the company has been building solidly to the point of having arguably the best handset available for about two years.
LG has a new smartwatch in the works that will follow in Samsung's footsteps by having a 3G modem built in. The device showed up online today after it passed through the FCC for approval.
How do you know that LG has a hit flagship on its hands? Well, every device after the G3 has either been a variant or has been heavily styled to look like the admittedly amazing tier one device. Oh, sorry, the Wine Smart flip phone from yesterday is not a G3 variant and does not look like the flagship either. However, the latest LG device is all of those things and it is arriving on AT&T in the United States.
Old feature phone design with a splash of smartphone functionality, not a combination you see a lot of these days, but LG has a new flip phone on the market that fits the bill. Yes, the good old flip phone is back and has never really been away because of Samsung, but now LG is joining the party with the Wine Smart.
LG officially unveiled the G Watch R a couple of days ago, the company's second smartwatch and one of the first wearable products in its niche to have a round face. On design alone, the G Watch R instantly became one of the most desirable smartwatches (alongside Motorola's also round Moto 360). However, LG did not reveal the release details for the device, and more importantly kept the price quiet too. Several reports today are changing that as the price and availability of the G Watch R has leaked.