Pretty much every flagship smartphone released over the past few years could be described very succinctly as a "glass sandwich." Sure, there are some cool design trends happening and each OEM brings its own flavor to its lines, but they are all very similar.
LG trademarked a whopping 13 Q-series phone names back in May. Now it becomes clear that some of them will be 5G-enabled as more naming details have surfaced. Specifically, the LG Q92 5G (LM-Q920N), which will likely be a lower cost alternative to the LG Velvet 5G.
While it's having none of that foldable action, at least so far, LG is apparently working on a rollable smartphone, that was pictured in 3D renders in August last year.
LG's latest duo of TWS earbuds arrive with model numbers HBS-FN4 and HBS-FN6. The latter features an industry-first self-cleaning charging case that uses LG's UVnano to kill bacteria as the earbuds recharge.
We've seen Huawei, Motorola, and Samsung all launch foldable phones in the last 12 months, but LG has been curiously absent in this regard. Nevertheless, a new patent points to the firm working on a rather interesting foldable solution.
LG announced its latest midrange phone in its home market of South Korea dubbed LG Q61. It brings a 6.5-inch FHD+ display with a 16MP punch hole camera and a 19.5:9 aspect ratio.
A report from My LG Phones points out that the South Korean phone maker has applied for 13 new device names in the Q-series of midrange LG devices.
A new LG smartphone has surfaced in reports, and a (questionable) image gives us an idea of what the this phone could look like. The new LG device is codenamed: WING, whose form-factor resembles the letter "T".
LG announced the Stylo 5 last June and it seems the company will soon unveil its successor Stylo 6 that has appeared in a press render shared by reliable leakster Evan Blass.
The LG Velvet has finally officially launched in South Korea, following weeks of teases and announcements.
LG Electronics has unveiled the full specifications for its new flagship smartphone, the LG Velvet, ahead of its launch next week.
While we are mostly looking forward to get more details on the LG Velvet the Korean company surprised us by announcing a new flip phone, dubbed LG Folder 2.
LG is rebooting its smartphone strategy, and, in true LG fashion, the company is drip-feeding us details about it.
LG Electronics' (LG) new minimalistic design language for its upcoming smartphone is a nod to the natural world with a visual form factor that differs from the industry trend and features a "Raindrop" camera and front-back symmetrical curves, among other evolutionary design departures from previous LG mobile devices.
The megapixel wars have returned in the last few years, as smartphone manufacturers deliver 48MP, 64MP, and even 108MP cameras on their devices. But it looks like brands aren't content with these resolutions.
Last week we came across a report that LG is preparing to launch a new premium smartphone series, in place of the current G-series. Now a new rumor from Korean news outlet Naver News claims that the G-series replacement series will be unveiled on April 15.
LG has announced its UltraGear 27GN750 monitor which features a 27-inch size, a 3-side virtually borderless panel, and a 240 Hz refresh rate.
If you were holding out for a folding phone from LG in the near future, you may be waiting a while. According to the company's head of mobile communications and home entertainment divisions Brian Kwon, LG thinks it's too soon for a such a release.