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LG F70 Review | First Impressions from MWC 2014

Saturday, March 1st, 2014

LG F70 Review | First Impressions from MWC 2014
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The cheapest 4G phone?

4G internet connectivity has become the norm in expensive, top-end phones. However, we almost never see it in phones like the LG F70. This is an entry-level mobile that offers super-fast 4G internet. And it’s the sort of device that has the potential to bring 4G to the masses. We had a play with it at MWC 2014, where the phone was launched.

LG F70 – Design and Features

The LG F70 is a simple-looking, inoffensive phone. It comes in black or white, has a textured plastic back and is slightly chunky. It’s not going to turn heads, but it’s not likely to turn many off either.

The black and white versions

Its styling is very similar to the higher-end LG F90, but there are a few design cuts…………… continues on TrustedReviews

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LG G Flex 30 Day Challenge, Day 8: The Display
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MYBAT T-Clear Phone Case Cover for LG GT365 Neon


This is a MYBAT T-clear phone protector cover for LG GT365 (Neon). Protect your device against bumps and scratches with this accessory.

  • Keeps the original look of your phone
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LG G Pro 2 Review | First Impressions from MWC 2014

Wednesday, February 26th, 2014

LG G Pro 2 Review | First Impressions from MWC 2014
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Big Screen, Big Phone: Big ambitions?

The LG G Pro 2 is a large-screen phone. Its display is 5.9 inches across, slightly larger than the Samsung Galaxy Note 3′s one and a good half inch bigger than its predecessor the LG Optimus G Pro’s display. We took a look at this giant mobile at MWC 2014, where it was first shown off.

LG G Pro 2 – Design and Screen

The ‘Pro’ title may make you assume the LG G Pro 2 has some professional applications the LG G2 lacks, but they’re fundamentally quite similar phones. This one is simply bigger.

A key thing to note is that the LG G Pro 2 does no…………… continues on TrustedReviews

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AT&T LG G Flex Review – Gotta Be Mobile
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In a crowded space dominated by black, white, and silver boxes, LG is showing that there is still innovation left in the smartphone world in the form of the G Flex. Touting a curved display, and one that could bend and handle a little bit of abusive force, along with a self-healing back cover that whisks away small scratches, is the G Flex just another pretty face with some nice curves or does LG have enough muscle to flex?

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The G Flex is a large phablet. With a curved screen housing a flexible 720…………… continues on AT&T LG G Flex Review – Gotta Be Mobile

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LG G Flex review: first impressions of the flexi phone from LG

Thursday, December 19th, 2013

LG G Flex review: first impressions of the flexi phone from LG
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What is the LG G Flex

The LG G Flex is a new 6-inch smartphone and the first to benefit from a curved plastic OLED display that is capable of bending under pressure. Built around the foundations of the flagship LG G2, this phablet-sized phone has a powerful quad-core processor and 13-megapixel camera, but it’s the flexible body that’s the real eye-catching feature.

It’s the first flexible phone to enter mass production and although the LG G Flex is currently only available in Korea, it will be in the UK in early 2014. It’s a damn exciting and genuinley interesting phone, so we were keen to see how this curved phone compared to more standard phones.

Editor’s note: This isn’t a full review but our first impressions based on initial time with the product. We will publish a full review when it’s available on sale in the UK.

LG G Flex: Design

First things first, the LG G Flex has a very noticeable and pronounced curve to its design. With both the phone’s body and screen featuring a vertically concave bend, the G Flex’…………… continues on TrustedReviews

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LG GB230 Car Charger


LG GB230 Car Charger – The cell phone car charger is an ideal travel companion for those long drives. Easy-to-use plug-in cigarette lighter adapter powers your cell phone during calls, conserving your Cell Phone battery life. While the phone is not in use, the adapter works as a charger, rapidly replenishing power to the Cell Phone battery. Designed to protect your phone, the adapter is equipped with a smart IC chip to protect against overcharging. Compatible with NiCD, NiMH, Li-ion and polymer equipped phones.

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First Impressions: LG Nexus 4 (E960)

Sunday, December 30th, 2012

First Impressions: LG Nexus 4 (E960)
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Just like Apple’s annual ritual, Google has also begun refreshing their Nexus handsets on a yearly basis. The Nexus smartphone is a platform for Google to showcase what their latest OS can do at its absolute best. The purpose of this handset was a reference point for developers who could build and perfect apps around it and then tweak it to work on lower-end hardware. Due to that, Nexus devices have never had the best hardware specifications compared to other phones but just enough for it to handle the current OS to its fullest. However, after seeing the wild success of the Galaxy Nexus, which despite its poor camera and battery life sold by the dozen, Google has decided to create a much better package this time around and has turned to LG for the task. 

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Design and Build

The Nexus 4 looks remarkably similar to the Galaxy Nexus and perhaps that was a deliberate design choice made by Google rather than LG. Starting with the Nexus S, all the (two) handsets till date have shared the same iconic rounded edges and curved body design and it continues with the Nexus 4. The display on the new one isn’t curved but one look at it and there’s no mistaking it’s a Nexus. The front is dominated by a massive 4.7-inch screen with a resolution of 1280 x 720 which gives it an effective pixe…………… continues on Tech2

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LG Optimus 3D Max: First Impressions

Wednesday, July 4th, 2012

LG Optimus 3D Max: First Impressions
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Another Optimus 3D? And here we thought 3D wasn’t really catching on, as far as smartphones were concerned.

The likes of the LG Optimus 3D and the HTC Evo 3D were launched last year amidst much fanfare, but the excitement did die down rather quickly. Maybe you could blame the premium being charged for the 3D feature, or heada…………… continues on Digit

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LG Xenon GR500 RED Unlocked Phone with QWERTY Keyboard, 2MP Camera, GPS and Touch Screen
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LG Viper: First Impressions of Sprint’s New LTE Phone

Friday, April 13th, 2012

LG Viper: First Impressions of Sprint’s New LTE Phone
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The LG Viper has an eco-friendly design.Sprint’s very first 4G LTE phone, the LG Viper, is here in our offices in San Francisco! But sadly, Sprint LTE isn’t. Sprint recently announced that it would roll out its LTE in a handful of cities in mid-year 2012, but San Francisco sadly isn’t one of them for the time being. The affordable LG Viper ($ 100 with a new two year contract from Sprint; price as of 4/12/12) will hit shelves on Earth Day (April 22), but you can preorder it today.

The Viper has a “platinum” rating by UL Environment for its sustainable build and packaging. According to Sprint, the phone’s body is 50 percent recycled plastic. Earth-friendly phones aren’t generally the most stylish-looking phones, but the Viper is an exception. Th…………… continues on PCWorld

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Nokia: A Blow to the Head; a Blow to the Gut
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While Nokia (NYS: NOK) was taking a jab to the chin with the recent embarrassing and expensive software “glitch” in its flagship Microsoft (NAS: MSFT) Windows Phone-powered smartphone, the Lumia 900, the real damage to its bottom line has been to its core cell-phone business. That would be the cheap feature phones that have been Nokia’s bread and butter.

The battle for Nokia’s survival has lately been seen as a fight to wrest away smartphone market share from Apple‘s (NAS: AAPL) iPhone and the various smartphones made by Samsung, LG, and all the others that run Google‘s (NAS:

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