Wi-Fi Calling allows users to make and receive phone calls, send and receive text messages, while connected to a Wi-Fi network, instead of the cellular network.
LG just unveiled the G5, its flagship phone for 2016, and the successor to the G4. From outside, the G5 features a radically different design and features that were not found on its predecessors. If you want the full nitty-gritty details of how different these two phones, have a look at our comparison chart below.
If you frequent any LG G4 specific forum on the Internet, you must be aware of quite a handful of owners of the handset complaining about the handset suddenly entering into a bootloop, which cannot be fixed no matter what.
Compared to all the other major flagship Android devices released last year, the LG G4 felt lacking in many areas. While it was the only flagship Android smartphone to offer a removable battery and a microSD card slot, it was also the only one that still featured a plastic build.
With hundreds of smartphones running Android right now (at least), picking a top 10 was never going to be easy. But you won’t believe the devices that didn’t make the cut – the latest Nexus 5X, the HTC One (M9), to name but two. Also not here are announced devices that we haven’t played with yet – the extremely interesting Moto X Force, the LG V10 and the OnePlus X might otherwise all be contenders. Also absent from the top 10 are any of the multitude of Chinese designs (including Xiaomi) flooding the East and sub-continent – most simply never appear in Europe and the West in any quantity – and we don’t apologise for only picking smartphones that we can personally vouch for in one way or another.
In South Korea, LG has officially introduced another variant of its G4 flagship, this time focusing solely on the color scheme.
Earlier this month, LG proudly announced that its flagship handset, the LG G4, will be the first non-Nexus smartphone to receive the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update. The update was scheduled to start rolling out in Poland first from the third week of October followed by Europe, Asia, and other markets over the course of the next few weeks and months.
LG today announced that the G4 will be the “first in the world” to receive the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update. The Korean company will start rolling out the update for LG G4 owners in Poland from next week.
Apple today unveiled its new iPhones: the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. Both new devices come with an array of new features, though the highlight has to be 3D Touch that adds a new way to interact with them.
The LG G4 is easily one of the most underrated flagship handsets of this year. Unlike other flagship devices, the G4 does not suffer from any serious overheating issues or poor battery performance, and also comes with a microSD card slot and a removable battery — features that are becoming hard to find in premium smartphones nowadays.