LG announced that it's actually bringing the handset to more markets around the world, with Hong Kong being the first to get it.
The LG G Flex 2 is now officially available to buy in both the US and the UK. Before today, the curved phone was up for grabs in LG's native South Korea.
After yesterday's early glimpse at what's said to be a non final LG G4 press render, now we can take a look at more renders, this time showing the upcoming handset from the front and sides.
Alleged press render of the unannounced LG G4 made the rounds on Twitter. The image showcases the back of the smartphone in what appears to be a gray color scheme.
LG announced a quartet of mid-range smartphones ahead of MWC. LG Magna, Spirit, Leon and Joy will be showcased in Barcelona next week alongside the LG Watch Urbane smartwatch.
Android 5.1 5.1 got an odd half official introduction a couple of weeks ago, when Google let slip that some new Android One handsets were running this version from day one.
Sprint has started seeding Android 5.0 to its own LG G3 units. This is definitely good news for eager US users, as Lollipop has been around for the handset in Europe since December last year.
The LG G4 was very much unlikely to be unveiled at the MWC a few weeks from now, and recent reports in Korean media leave no doubt about that. An LG insider is quoted saying that the successor to the QHD-packing G3 flagship.
LG took the wraps off the high-end Watch Urbane timepiece. The smartwatch will be showcased during the upcoming MWC 2015 in Barcelona.
AT&T has started rolling out the update to Android 5.0 Lollipop for the LG G3 units that it's sold. This follows the rollout of the new software for G3 models from other parts of the world, which started last year.
Indian import tracking website Zauba shows that LG Y70 has entered the country. In fact, LG has imported 22 units on February 5. The phone sports a 4.7-inch display and runs Android 5.0 Lollipop out of the box.
LG G3 buyers will receive a free VR for G3 accessory. Made out of plastic, VR for G3 is based on the design of Google Cardboard with some changes to accommodate the rear volume controls on LG's phone.