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LG ice cream smart flip phone features a three-screen interface

Wednesday, January 28th, 2015

LG ice cream smart flip phone features a three-screen interface
News from Designboom:

jan 27, 2015

LG ice cream smart flip phone features a three-screen interface

LG ice cream smart flip phone features a three-screen interface
images courtesy of LG electronics

the LG ‘ice cream smart’ flip phone, available in pink or mint colors, enhances a 3.5-inch LCD display which is divided by horizontal lines to form an easy-to-use three-screen interface. weighing just 138grams and measuring 118.5 x 59.4 x 16.9mm, the clamshell designed mobile is marketed for young to middle aged consumers who also enjoyed the previous model, the ‘wine smart’. housing a 1,700 mAh battery and 8GB of internal memory, the phone can capably store all the photos captured and also many multimedia files. as well, it features a kakaotalk physical button at the top right of its keypad, which can be set to a different IM, SNS or to another frequently used application.

the kakaotalk physical button can be assigned to a different IM or SNS application

the ice cream smart is available in either pink or mint colors

the phone features an intuitive three-screen interface

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LG G Flex vs LG G Flex 2
News from TechRadar:

The LG G Flex impressed in a number of ways, not least because it was the world’s first curved smartphone, but ultimately it felt more like an over-priced oddity than anything that was likely to catch on.

LG is obviously serious about curves though, because it’s back with the LG G Flex 2, a smaller yet more powerful and still very much curved phone. So just what has changed? And is the G Flex 2 enough of an improvement to have mainstream appeal?

Read on for a run-down of how these two handsets compare when it comes to their design, screen, power, camera, interface, battery and storage.

LG G Flex vs LG G Flex 2: Design

The LG G Flex and LG G Flex 2 have largely similar designs as you might expect. Both phones have a curved body and buttons on the back, while the front of both phones is almost bezel free at either side of the screen.

But there are some differences. For one thing the LG G Flex 2 is quite a lot smaller and lighter,…………… continues on TechRadar

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LG G2 Mini 3G DUAL D618 8GB Unlocked GSM Dual-SIM Android 4.4 (KitKat) Quad-Core Smartphone – Luna White
The LG D618 G2 Mini Dual is a mini version of LG G2 with dual SIM support. It comes with a 4.7-inch qHD display, Snapdragno 400 ch…

LG G3 review: A fantastic device with a simple, logical interface

Thursday, June 26th, 2014

LG G3 review: A fantastic device with a simple, logical interface
News from Digital Spy UK:

LG‘s Android efforts of late have been nothing short of fantastic. The G2 was a beautiful bit of kit, more than the equal of Samsung’s offering at the time, the Galaxy S4.

Now comes the G3, the phone to end all phones – the turning point, LG no doubt hopes, that will put its mobile devices ahead of the competition.

But can it? Is LG’s latest enough to take on the might of Samsung marketing dollars? Could this be the ultimate Android phone thus far?

The Good

  • The screen
  • User interface
  • Camera

The Bad

  • Still too much plastic
  • Battery life has taken a hit

Hardware a…………… continues on Digital Spy UK

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LG G Watch hands-on: This is Android Wear
News from SlashGear:

Chris Davies

Android Wear is one of the big announcements of Google I/O today, and one of the first to ship will be LG’s G Watch. Set to go up for preorder on Google Play today, priced at $ 229.99 and expected to ship on July 7th, we grabbed some early hands-on time and caught up on some of the design decisions with LG.

The G Watch hardware is perhaps the most discrete of the three Android Wear designs we’ve seen so far, eschewing the obvious metal of the Samsung Gear Live or the circular display of the MOTO 360. LG has used metal too, though its’s a discrete black- or gold-coated stainless steel, cut from a single block. On the wrist, it’s fairly compact, though the 9.95mm thick body does stand a little proud of the arm.

The standard bands are…………… continues on SlashGear

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