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Korea Times: LG will start shipping flexible displays this year, way before Samsung

Korea Times: LG will start shipping flexible displays this year, way before Samsung

According to a report published in The Korea Times, LG is on track to ship flexible displays before their archnemesis Samsung. Said displays should hit the market this year, but the report doesn’t say how big they’ll be or for which applications their best suited. LG could very well be planning on introducing 1.5 inch flexible displays for smart watches for all I know.

LG to open 600 stores in emerging markets to increase phone sales, chances are they’ll fail

LG to open 600 stores in emerging markets to increase phone sales, chances are they’ll fail

According to The Wall Street Journal, LG Executive Vice President Kim Ki-wan says the company will open 600 new stores in emerging countries in an attempt to increase sales of their phones, televisions, and home appliances.

Does LG’s 500,000 Optimus G Pro sales in Korea mean phablets are actually cool?

Does LG’s 500,000 Optimus G Pro sales in Korea mean phablets are actually cool?

When I purchased a Samsung Galaxy Note II in Malaysia, and then proceeded to take it with me across South East Asia, no one said anything to me about it. It was just another phone.

The Korea Times: Not to feel left out, LG is also reportedly working on a smart watch

The Korea Times: Not to feel left out, LG is also reportedly working on a smart watch

First came the Apple iWatch rumors. Then came the Samsung statement that a watch is being worked on. Earlier today there was the Google smart watch rumor from The Financial Times. And now, according to The Korea Times, LG is working on a watch of their own.

LG’s attempt to troll Samsung is an incredible waste of money

LG’s attempt to troll Samsung is an incredible waste of money

LG is a company that I have a hard time trying to understand. Samsung’s strategy is to copy Apple, and they sometimes even add a little bit of their own innovation on top. Sony’s strategy is to look at what they’ve done in the past and try to bring back some of that classic industrial design. Even the Chinese companies are doing their own thing.