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Articles tagged with: LG

Verizon Rolling Out Optimus LTE II In US?

LG recently launched a smartphone named LG Optimus LTE II in their home country Korea. You might get to see the phone sooner than you expected. Apparently Verizon is planning on rolling it out next month. Freshly a new version of the Optimus LTE 2 with the VS930 model number was discovered at the FCC and led to the rumors that the phone is headed to the United States…

LG To Make It’s Own-In-House Processor

LG clearly is not one of the most wanted Android manufacturers in the United States or even across the globe. The problem is not with their software theme but their hardware is quite tasteless and lifeless. Samsung, Nokia, HTC and Motorola have far better hardware than the LG.

Quadcore Galaxy Note 2, A Monster!

After rocking the Smartphone’s market with its Galaxy S series, Samsung is now setting up for introducing another phone in its Galaxy Note series i.e. Galaxy Note 2. The phone apparently will have a gigantic 5.5 inch display. At first it was believed to feature an unbreakable plane (UBP) display; however some unofficial reports from Samsung denied that and stated, it might be feature of the Samsung product after Galaxy Note 2…

Forget iMacs, Get A LGV300 Instead

When we think of LG, we normally think TVs or cellphones, but LG has just launched it’s prize-winning V300 AIO (all in one) PC in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. The computer was built for those who need a solid computer without taking too much space with a clunky desktop.

The LG V300-DE10K is the model name and is packed with the latest Intel Sandy Bridge Core i7 processor, and has AMD-powered graphics (a Radeon HD 6650M to be specific).

LG Goes Wireless, Announces Global Remote Call Service

LG has just announced a global release of its new Remote Call services, that allow smartphone users to enjoy remote maintenance and software upgrades. The service was first launched in Korea, but soon, the rest of the world can enjoy it too.

The Remote Call services essentially let LG diagnose software issues in a mobile device without forcing a customer to visit the support center (thank god!). This lets LG technicians connect to the phone directly via the Internet and troubleshoot the phone.

The New Samsung Galaxy R

Samsung’s Galaxy lineup is expanding really fast, and there has been another addition to the row with the launching of Galaxy R. The phone is shipped to the UK and it has many matching functions with the well-liked Samsung Galay S II.

The Samsung Galaxy, features a smaller display than the Galaxy S II. Although the display measures 4.2 inches, it features the same 480 x 800 pixel resolution as Galaxy S II. The Display is also said to be a Super LCD display rather than a Super AMOLED display on the S II.
The Samsung Galaxy features faintly smaller display than the Galaxy S II.

LG New Comers Get Leaked On G+

On one hand, the Internet gives us Google+ with its awe-inspiring privacy settings and on the other it threatens us with forth coming product leakage and piracy.

LG, the Asian giants had bad luck and got the bad end of it. The upcoming smartphones of LG lined up to finish of their year in a fabulous fashion were leaked.

Is Samsung Planning A 3D Phone?

3D technology offers you an ultimate experience of reality and is widely adopted by the entertainment industry because everyone wants to feel realness in virtual.

Following the footsteps of 3D LED TV vendors, many smartphone companies like HTC and LG are also developing handsets with 3D screens. Now, Samsung has also jumped into the pool.

Good Technology Report Says iPad Preferred Over Android Tablets

Good Technology is an enterprise mobile stalwart. It is a large technological company which has partnership with industry leading companies including LG, HTC, Nokia, Microsoft, who support the widest range of mobile devices and applications.

Good Technology has started deploying iPhone and Android smartphones in the recent years. It can manage many devices along with other mobiles, applications and platforms. It is also capable of managing both IT-deployed devices and the devices owned by customers.

LG Slide Concept Phone With Rollout Tablet Screen

Jason Betty designed the LG Slide Phone as a concept design that basically combines your small cell phone with a larger sized netbook computer. Although this has done before, I have to admit that this concept looks a lot cooler than what we have seen in the past.

The LG Slide phone is not only sleek and lightweight, but it’s so thin it can fit in an ordinary wallet. If this concept ever made it to production, it would allow users to seamlessly use and send documents that have already been stored to their cellphone, but with the ability to roll out a paper thin keyboard.