LG has officially announced their latest Android smartphone – the LG V50 ThinQ 5G will hit shelves in South Korea on May 10.
LG has reported a poor Q4 2018 after its mobile division has failed to post a profit over the last two years and smartphone sales continue to tumble.
Recent rumors suggest that LG is preparing to launch the LG V50 ThinQ, its first 5G smartphone, alongside the LG G8 ThinQ at MWC 2019.
According to a recent report by CNET, LG may announce the LG G8 smartphone with a second-screen add-on at MWC next month.
A new Wear OS smartwatch from LG has been spotted in the FCC. The model number of this device is LM-W315, and the FCC E-Label shows that it is running Wear OS.
The T-Mobile version of the LG V30 has finally received the Android Oreo update, marking it as the last major carrier variant in the United States to do so.
According to a recent report, Samsung may soon face increased competition from LG and Sharp as the sole OLED panel supplier for Apple iPhones this year.
Two of the biggest Android phone makers – Samsung and LG – have just confirmed that unlike Apple they do not slow down phones with older batteries.
According to a recent report, LG is rolling out the beta of Android 8.0 Oreo Update to LG G6 and G6 Plus users in China.
T-Mobile customers can now get Samsung Galaxy S8 Active, LG V30+, and Revvl Plus from their favorite carrier starting today.
LG has started rolling out Android 7.0 Nougat update to LG V10. The update is currently limited to South Korea, but other regions should also get it soon.
The LG X Power 2 announced at MWC was expected to go on sale in March, although now it would appear that it will go on sale in June.