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The Nexus 5 fills in a lot of the gaps left by its predecessor

The thing with spending just a few weeks with a loaner Nexus 5, Google and LG's Android 4.4 KitKat reference device, is that I'm not able to enjoy what's easily this phone's most attractive feature – the fact that it only costs $349 unlocked from the Google Play store in the US. That's not to say that there isn't plenty more to love about the Nexus 5. It comes with a great screen, quality software upgrades and plenty of hefty components that allow it to compete with any other flagship phone out there today.  Read More

Gizmag compares the features and specs of the new LG/Google Nexus 5 and the Samsung Galaxy...

Last year's Nexus 4 was a high-end phone that sold for a budget price. This year's Nexus 5 kicks it up another notch, offering the best specs a US$350 phone has ever offered. How does it compare to 2013's most popular Android flagship, the Galaxy S4?  Read More

The Nexus 5 comes in black or white with 16 or 32 GB

After what seemed like an interminable wait for many Android and Nexus fans, Google's Nexus 5 smartphone is finally official. The LG phone runs Android 4.4 KitKat and is available unlocked for $349.  Read More

LG's G Flex smartphone display follows the contour of the face

It looks like LG and Samsung are at it again. Both companies were vying for our attention at CES 2013 with simultaneous "world's first" curved OLED television announcements. LG consistently led in the race to the consumer space, and looked liked being first to move the screen format onto smartphones with the announcement earlier this month of its plans to mass produce flexible OLED phone displays. Samsung had other ideas, however, and the Galaxy Round was launched just a few days later. LG has now caught up with the forthcoming release of its slightly larger G Flex smartphone, featuring a curved display that follows the contour of the face.  Read More

The World's Largest Ultra HD Curved OLED TV from LG

Making it's debut at IFA 2013, LG's 77-inch TV is claimed to be the world's largest Ultra High Definition OLED TV. The massive panel with its IMAX-like curvature packs in around four times the resolution of a Full HD TV and delivers stunning picture quality.  Read More

The LG G Pad 8.3 at IFA 2013

Tired of waiting for that long-rumored iPad mini with Retina Display? Well, don't look now, but LG just introduced the LG G Pad 8.3. We don't know whether it will fare better than LG's last tablet, 2011's Optimus Pad, but the G Pad's status as the (supposed) first 8-inch tablet with a full HD display can't hurt its chances.  Read More

Moto X or Nexus 4? Let Gizmag help you make up your mind

The Moto X is, of course, a Motorola product. But as it's the first Motorola phone designed under Google ownership, many consider it to be an unofficial Google phone. How does it compare to the last official Google phone, the LG Nexus 4? And does the Nexus 4's recent US$100 price drop change anything? Read on, as Gizmag compares the specs and features of the Moto X and Nexus 4.  Read More

The Classic TV is for those who want a bit of retro with their digital

If you’re old enough to remember rabbit ears, you've probably told your kids how hard you had it because your old television had dials. Now LG Electronics is bringing back a whiff of those ancient days with its distinctly retro Classic TV (Model 32LN630R). The South Korean electronics firm didn't just swap out the ubiquitous black case for creamy white, the company also added real channel and volume knobs to appeal to those more interested in classic Scandinavian style rather than bleeding-edge design.  Read More

Gizmag compares the specs and features of LG's new G2, with its 'innovative' back buttons,...

The high-end of the smartphone market isn't an easy fortress to penetrate. LG has made some solid phones through the years, including the fraternal twins known as the Nexus 4 and Optimus G. But the company isn't usually mentioned in the same breath as Samsung or Apple. Will any amount of hardware or software features be able to change that? Let's try to find out, as we compare the new LG G2 to the Samsung Galaxy S4.  Read More

Today in New York, LG unveiled its latest flagship, the G2

In a crowded smartphone market full of Samsungs, Apples, HTCs, and even Motorolas, it's almost easy to forget about LG. But the company has a few ideas about how to get your attention, and it crammed them all into the design of its next flagship that it unveiled today, the LG G2.  Read More

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