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LG Optimus G Pro market expanded, more please

Thursday, February 7th, 2013

LG Optimus G Pro market expanded, more please
News from Phones Review:

The LG Optimus G Pro has impressed us with notable specs and a decent design and although we recently told how it was heading for a release in Japan on NTT DoCoMo, we have also hoped that it will launch in other regions too. We now have good news that the LG Optimus G Pro market has been expanded as it is also being released in Korea. We’d very much like to see it in more regions please and wonder if you want it to hit the shelves where you are?

We think there are plenty of people who’d like to see the sale of the Optimus G Pro in their region and news that it is to release in Korea is promising. It will be available on all of the major South Korean carriers as slightly different variants over the next few months. For SK Telecom it’s model number LG F240S, for KT it’s LG F240K and for LG U+ it’s LG 240L.

This Android smartphone could be a big hit for LG if they release it more widely, especially if it is competitively priced. The Optimus G Pro specs include a 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon quad…………… continues on Phones Review

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Google-LG Nexus 4 on T-Mobile Sells at Online Seller ‘Let’s Talk’ at $ US76.49
News from International Business Times AU:

Want the LG Nexus 4 for roughly $ US77? For those able to access T-Mobile’s network the Google handset is up for grabs courtesy of online retailer Let’s Talk, which offers the deal to new and existing subscribers of the U.S. telco.

Going through the normal route, Nexus 4 on T-Mobile can be had by plunking down $ US199 with a two-year contract. Let’s Talk whipped out some magic and now it is able to dispense the hot Android smartphone with significant price cuts.

The whole deal, exclusive for new T-Mobile customers, actually costs $ US84.99 but when signing up you make use of the coupon code ‘TALK4TEN’ Let’s Talk will gladly shear off another $ US8.50 from the original price.

The arrangement is also available for existing T-Mobile clients but they will have to pay up $ US154.99 to get the Nexus 4 upgrade.

Getting a second T-Mobile line via Let’s Talk is cheaper though as the gadget seller will charge you the same fees intended for new recruits.

The best thing about the offer, according to Talk

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LG Tone Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Headset – Retail Packaging – Black/Orange
With the LG Tone’s premium sound quality, conversations and music live in perfect harmony. Headset battery – Rechargeable (Char…
LG Optimus GT540 Unlocked GSM Quad-Band Phone with 3 MP Camera, Android OS, Touchscreen, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth–No Warranty (Black)
The LG Optimus (LG GT540) is a smart choice for the first-time Smartphone users with access to the exciting world of Android apps …

LG Optimus G 4.1.2 Jelly Bean Update, Release G2 please

Friday, January 11th, 2013

LG Optimus G 4.1.2 Jelly Bean Update, Release G2 please
News from Phones Review:

As you know we like to keep our readers here on Phones Review right up to date with all the latest news regarding the various Android firmware updates. Recently a growing number of handsets are beginning to see later versions of the Android JB update, and today we now have news that the LG Optimus G has begun receiving the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update, but we still have no solid information on the release date for the Optimus G2.

LG is looking to make more of a presence in the Android world lately, as besides the Nexus 4 the company released its flagship Optimus G smartphone towards the end of last year. Now if you are the owner of the handset we have some good news for you as according to the Android Authority the company has announced the release of the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update for the Optimus G.

The update has kicked off in South Korea and should see the software rolling out to other regions in the coming days and weeks, but just like any new software release on the platform certain carriers can hold the firmware up.

So far the LG…………… continues on Phones Review

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LG Reportedly Halts Nexus 4 Production, Perhaps to Make Way for New Product …
News from Droid Life:

After LG’s James Fisher took the stage during their CES press event and mentioned that the Nexus 4 was the “first of many” products that they are working on with Google, the tech world immediately started trying to figure out exactly what he meant. Are there really going to be multiple LG Nexus device in the near future? If so, when? At Mobile World Congress in February? Later in the year? 

Also, what about the Nexus 4? It has now been completely sold out for almost a month with no signs of a return. The phone is new enough that we can’t actually see Google deciding to push the phone aside for something newer. However, the IBTimes is reporting that LG has alleged halted production on the device to make way for upcoming handsets. MWC is always a popular spot for phone manufacturers to show off their latest goodies, but LG’s Fisher also mentioned they have other “tier-one premium” handsets in various screen sizes to release throughout the year.

Tough to tell what’s going on. Clearly something, as the Nexus 4 has been un…………… continues on Droid Life

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Please Do Not Buy Cheap Android Phones

Wednesday, March 28th, 2012

Please Do Not Buy Cheap Android Phones
News from TechCrunch:

Listen, I understand the pain that comes with not being able to afford nice things. I really do. But for the love of everything mighty, do not waste your money, or stand by as your loved ones waste their money, on cheap Android phones.

Thanks to generous subsidies in the U.S., often only a few dollars separates a cheap Android phone from a top-tier model. With the exception of handsets like the Galaxy Note tabletphone, Droid Razr MAXX and Galaxy Nexus, all of which cost $ 299, there are a lot of quality Android phones to be had for just $ 199. Why get something like this lump, the $ 80 (after rebate) LG Lucid, and live with a bargain phone that will likely be shortly abandoned and destined to live without proper updates. You’re setting yourself up for a bucket of fail.

Here in the U.S., most of our smartphones are relatively affordable. Carriers provide generous upfront discounts, which they recoup over a pricy 2-year voice-and-data contract. Good or bad, this structure gives consumers easy access to top-tier devices — devices such as the Galaxy S II line and the Droid RAZR that are the very best companies can come up with to battle the iPhone. These are the phones you need to buy.

The thing is, these companies don’t just want to beat the iPhone — they want to try an…………… continues on TechCrunch

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