Although LG has shut shop as an Android OEM, its devices continue to live in scores of users’ hands. Understandably software issues could wreak havoc on the daily lives of these surviving users. Several T-Mobile customers using LG smartphones were recently left without a functioning smartphone and an error saying, “LG IMS has stopped.” Thankfully, there seems to be a fix that could help you out while LG and the carrier work together to fix the issue.
A creator on the Chinese streaming site Bilibili has successfully made an entire phone out of the LG Wing’s smaller secondary display. Here’s a look at this innovative project.
LG has launched the K42 in India with the ‘Made in India’ tag. The device was previously spotted on BIS certification and has finally launched. The military grade LG K42 with quad camera comes at a rather attractive price tag of Rs 10,990 ($151) in India.
This year we have seen a bunch of new foldable smartphones from Samsung and other companies. LG is taking the game to the next level with a rollable smartphone that might be called Slide. Yes, as futuristic as it might sound, the new device from LG will feature a display that can be rolled. The South Korean company has filed a trademark for the name LG Rollable.
LG Wing has been leaked extensively and was finally announced in September in South Korea. The company has launched the LG Wing in India, and it will be available from November 9. The LG Wing boasts a unique swivel dual-screen arrangement that allows you to rotate the screen by 90-degrees.
LG has unveiled the LG Q52 with a large display and mid-range specifications. The LG Q52 arrives with a 48MP quad rear camera setup and offers a generous 4000mAh battery.
LG is scheduled to launch the “LG Wing” on September 14th. The latest from LG is an outlandish smartphone featuring a display that swivels into T-Shape. Now a new video showing off LG’s Wing phone in action has surfaced. The video is only 8-seconds, but still, it’s long enough to give us an idea of what to expect from the LG Wing.
LG launched a brand new smartphone series, Velvet, a few days ago. It features an excellent design language and colors, but it wasn’t the high-end smartphone that we were expecting from the South Korean brand. Instead, the LG Velvet turned out to be a premium mid-range 5G smartphone that misses out on the Snapdragon 865 processor. The company is working on one more Velvet smartphone and it lacks 5G.
Smartphone manufacturers dropping hints about their upcoming device has almost become a norm. Recently LG joined the bandwagon and had revealed certain specifications about the upcoming LG Velvet. Now a new hands-on picture shows LG Velvet in a retail setup in South Korea.
Back in February, LG announced its newest flagship smartphone, the G8 ThinQ (along with other handsets).