Back at the beginning of September, LG made its newest flagship smartphone, the V20, officially official.
The infrared blaster made its return on smartphones in 2013/2014, but since late last year, companies like Samsung and HTC have started removing it from their devices. Samsung has completely abandoned the IR blaster from its flagship devices this year, and so has HTC. LG, however, continues to be the sole OEM to offer its flagship devices with an IR blaster.
Earlier today, LG unveiled its latest flagship handset: the V20. Successor to the V10 from last year, the V20 fixes a lot of mistakes that LG made with the G5 earlier this year.
LG has just unveiled the V20, its latest flagship handset and multimedia powerhouse. Coming with a 5.7-inch screen, the V20 sports plenty of unique features that makes it stand out from other devices in the market.
LG today unveiled the V20, successor to its surprise hit from last year the V10. The handset is the company’s new flagship handset after the terrible failure of the modular G5.
Google today introduced a new search mode for its Google Search app for Android devices called In Apps. As the name indicates, the feature will allow one to quickly search for content from within their installed apps on their device.
After revealing earlier this month that the LG V20 will be the first smartphone to come with a 32-bit quad DAC, the company has now announced that it has partnered with B&O Play to optimise the audio capabilities of the smartphone.