We have seen the LG G3 Prime before as it was leaked a few weeks back and has been discussed since the normal G3 was released at the start of June.
We were a little angry when Verizon showed its LG G3 variant and some of the individual design touches of the international version had been removed. However, Big Red is very much back in our good books after revealing the date it will roll out the handset and how much it will cost.
LG's G3 Mini has been the subject of plenty of speculation of late. The launch of the G3 Beat in Asia (that device will go global soon) led to many thinking that it was the G3 Mini under a different name.
The specific carrier variants for the LG G3 in the US market have been revealed, and as usual Verizon seems to be doing things its own way. The G3 launched at the start of June and has been rolling out globally since, but people in the United States have had to wait to get their hands on arguably the best smartphone currently on the market
The LG G3 has really taken off, and LG's plans for the device stretch beyond the flagship that launched last month to critical acclaim. As is now the norm, the Korean company is going to release a mini version of the G3, while a Prime superphone version is also reported to be in the works.
There are plenty of people around the world now boasting the LG G3 and loving what is arguably the best smartphone currently available. Those of us in the US are still waiting (im)patiently to get our hands on one of the most talked about handsets of the year, but we will not have to wait too much longer. T-Mobile has opened its pre-order doors
The G2 ended LG's stereotype as a Samsung copycat, thanks mostly to its truly unique form factor that has become a standard of LG's premium smartphones. In its game of oneupmanship with Samsung, LG may have finally managed to get ahead with the LG G3. Maybe.
The LG G3 finally has some clarity on its release schedule. Though LG managed to quickly distribute the device in its home market following last month's global unveiling, only users in South Korea were able to actually purchase the device. Now the LG G3 has a start date.
LG has been responsible for the two most recent Nexus smartphones, but if you were hoping that a trilogy pairing between the two companies might happen with the Nexus 6, don't. LG's head of communications has pretty much said it's not happening.
The word Prime has been one that has cropped up plenty of times in the smartphone world over the last year. It has become a word that is used by the tech press when speculating about a handset that will be a better version of one that already exists, and LG is said to be following that direction.