The LG G Pro is a couple of years old, the Korean company's then flagship phablet has even been replaced by the G Pro 2 and the line is set to be discontinued in 2015. However, LG is still supporting its aging device it seems as the company has begun rolling out Android 5.0 Lollipop to the G Pro. Although, it is worth noting that at the moment the upgrade is exclusive to South Korea, but will almost certainly move to other regions in the coming weeks.
The recently launched LG G Watch Urbane, a wearable that may have a claim to being the best looking smartwatch yet. The Urbane will have some other calling cards too, including LTE and from what LG says, the best battery life we have seen before in such a wearable. There will be two versions of the G Watch Urbane, a regular one, and one that is packing LTE, allowing it to make calls.
Verizon subscribers should be feeling pretty happy this week if they are rocking the LG G3. The largest carrier in the United States is now rolling out Android 5.0.1 to LG's current flagship with the software version number VS98523A.
LG has signalled some of its mid-range intentions for 2015 by announcing four brand new smartphones that fit into the affordable and well spec'd category.
LG's fantastic G Flex 2 was launched last month and has already made its debut in the company's South Korean home market. The handset is definitely rolling out in other countries and LG has now confirmed when the G Flex 2 will arrive in the United States. The company says that the handset will be arriving in March.
Sprint has confirmed that it is currently sending out Android 5.0 Lollipop to its customers running the LG G3 flagship smartphone. The update is available OTA and comes with a slew of new features, such as the bunch of new additions in the Android Lollipop experience. Those include Android TV support, Lollipop Material Design, Project Volta improved battery life, and enhancements to notifications and a new "Recent Apps" menu.
LG's original G Watch smartwatch was a pretty basic affair and was designed to show off what Google's Android Wear platform could do. However, with the G Watch R, the Korean company pointed to a direction of trying to marry smartwatch tech with causal timepiece design, even if it did not quite pull it off. However, LG has announced the Watch Urbane luxury smartwatch, arguably the device that the G Watch R should have been.
LG announced the G Flex 2 at CES last month, and it is a different handset to the original. It is a flagship smartphone for a start and has been available in LG's South Korean homeland since January 30th. While the G Flex 2's world tour will take some time, the device is starting to spread, with Singapore the next confirmed destination. The country will get the G Flex 2 on February 27th for pre-order and will be available to buy from March 14th.
You may remember that we wrote last week that LG will be upping the screen ante again with the upcoming G4 flagship.
LG's G3 flagship smartphone has already received Android 5.0 Lollipop, at least the international variant, but another LG high end device is also getting the latest and greatest build of Google's platform. That handset is the G Pro 2, the phablet flagship that rolled out at the Mobile World Conference in 2013, it will also be the last of the G Pro range.