The LG Optimus G didn't launch with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, but the AT&T version of the phone is upgrading to the newer version of Android. AT&T announced that the Optimus G is updating beginning today.
The LG Lucid was launched on Verizon around this time last year as a unique 4G LTE Android device on the biggest LTE network in the U.S. Verizon today announced the same will happen with the LG Lucid 2, a sequel device with a 4.3-inch display and a new Starter Mode meant to simplify Android.
Google and LG partnered to release the Nexus 4 Android phone last November, and that collaboration is the primary reason that LG saw gains in its share of recent smartphone sales in Great Britain.
LG has announced a number of Optimus Android smartphones in recent weeks, and based on its Mobile World Congress teasers, the Korean manufacturer is far from done. LG today announced a pair of Optimus devices set to debut at MWC.
LG has reportedly been developing an updated Optimus G to rival the Samsung Galaxy Note, and the company has now confirmed that its Optimus G Pro will debut in North America in the second quarter of 2012.
MetroPCS is pushing the boundaries of the type of smartphone people expect to find on the budget carrier, especially when one considers that the newly announced LG Spirit 4G Android smartphone costs only $199.
On the same day that LG confirmed that it has moved more than 1 million units of its Optimus G since the phone was released in September, leaked details on a new and improved Optimus have emerged.
LG may not have the same level of notoriety as the flagship smartphones from its Korean rival Samsung, but the company today announced that it has sold millions of its L-Series smartphones.
After months of promising that an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update would arrive for its Optimus 2X smartphone, only to change its mind later, LG appears to finally be rolling out Android 4.0 to unlocked handsets in Europe.
Google has announced that Canadian customers will once again be able to purchase an LG Nexus 4 from Google Play in a few minutes. Beginning at 12 noon PST/3PM ET, the Google Play Canada website will resume accepting orders for the 8GB and 16GB unlocked models of the Nexus 4. Heavy traffic and high demand kept many buyers from purchasing the phone when it launched in mid November, so Google has resorted to limiting sales periods by country. Anyone interested in buying a Nexus 4 can visit the Google Play devices section.