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Gizmag compares the specs (and other features) of the LG Optimus G Pro and Samsung Galaxy ...

During the past year, the phablet has gone from object of ridicule to legit new product category. You can give all the credit to Samsung, and its surprisingly successful marketing of the Galaxy Note. Like any successful product, the Note has rivals – eager to take a piece of its pie. Let’s see how the most significant non-Samsung phablet, the LG Optimus G Pro, compares to the Galaxy Note 2.  Read More

Gizmag compares the top smartphones on the market in early 2013.

Shopping for a new smartphone can be overwhelming. Even after you’ve chosen a wireless carrier, there are so many phones – many of which look almost the same – that you might not know where to begin. The choice is made even more difficult by the constantly shifting sands of the smartphone marketplace and this year has already seen a number of major new players enter the fray. So how do you sort through it all? Look no further, as Gizmag breaks down the top smartphones of (early) 2013.  Read More

LG's Optimus G Pro is heading to Japanese carrier NTT Docomo

LG's high-end Optimus G has sold over one million units, and LG passed Apple as the number two phone maker (including feature phones) in the U.S. Its next move? If the Japanese market is any indication, it will be an upgraded version of its flagship, the Optimus G Pro.  Read More

Though it's huge, the Optimus G's display is gorgeous

After toiling in obscurity with low to mid-grade smartphones, LG has returned to the high-end. The new Optimus G is a powerhouse flagship designed to make geeks drool. Is this beast of a phone right for you? Or are you better off with its sibling, the Nexus 4? We put it through the paces, in our review of the LG Optimus G.  Read More

The LG Optimus G is AT&T's first quad-core smartphone

AT&T is bringing its first quad-core smartphone to market starting November 2. With claims on being one of the most powerful Android devices on the market, the LG Optimus G is powered by a 1.5 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor supported by an Adreno 320 GPU that allows it to run LG's split-screen mode called QSlide. With this feature, users can run two apps simultaneously.  Read More

LG has announced that its 5-inch, 4:3 aspect Optimus Vu smartphone/tablet will be released...

LG has announced that its 5-inch, 4:3 aspect Optimus Vu smartphone/tablet will be released in worldwide this September. LG says that healthy sales figures for the Optimus Vu since its March debut in South Korea and recent launch in Japan through NTT DoCoMo demonstrate widespread acceptance of the not-quite-a-tablet-but-bigger-than-a-smartphone form factor.  Read More

LG Optimus Elite

LG and Sprint are using Earth Day (April 22) to launch the green-credentialed LG Optimus Elite smartphone. The successor to the LG Optimus S, the new handset features Android 2.3, a 3.5-inch capacitive touch-screen, 800 MHz processor, plus a 5 MP rear-facing camera and camcorder with flash.  Read More

LG has announced the Korean launch of the Optimus LTE Android smartphone with super high r...

Electronics giant LG has announced the Korean launch of what is claimed to be the highest resolution IPS (in-plane switching) display available on any smartphone. The Optimus LTE has a 4.5-inch, 329 pixels per inch resolution "True HD IPS" screen which is said to offer crisp, clear visuals and render colors in their most natural tones. Beneath the display, the smartphone is powered by a dual-core processor, runs on Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) and benefits from a large capacity battery.  Read More

LG's Optimus Pad will be available for pre-order on March 15 in Japan, in cooperation with...

If the 7-inch display on HTC's Flyer is not quite big enough, but Samsung's 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab is just a little too big, then LG's Optimus Pad could just fit the bill. Said to offer more comfortable one-handed portability, the Tegra 2-powered tablet with stereoscopic cameras is about to make its public debut in Japan.  Read More

LG Optimus 3D smartphone - records, displays and shares glasses-less 3D content

As we suggested it would a few weeks back, LG finally pulled the wraps off its 3D smartphone at Mobile World Congress 2011 today. The LG Optimus 3D has a dual-core, dual-channel and dual-memory architecture – all firsts for a smartphone – but it’s the phone’s recording, viewing and sharing of 3D content without glasses that will draw the most attention. The LG Optimus 3D’s dual 5MP lens camera captures still and moving images in 3D and the 4.3-inch WVGA display recreates 2D (up to 1080p) and 3D (up to 720p) without the use of glasses. The big question the phone is likely to answer is “who cares?” and there are a lot of people in press rooms around the world who are betting that the answer is “not many people.”  Read More

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