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LG Optimus G Pro 5-inch phone is real, Optimus G UK-bound

Saturday, January 26th, 2013

LG Optimus G Pro 5-inch phone is real, Optimus G UK-bound
News from CNET UK:

LG’s rumoured 5-inch monster smart phone has been made official. The LG Optimus G Pro (rolls off the tongue and into the heart) is a 1080p palm-wrecker powered by a mighty 1.7GHz quad-core processor.

The existence of the mammoth mobile was confirmed by Japanese network NTT Docomo, with an April release date for our pals in Japan. Discerning details through the fog of Google translate is tricky, but Japanese site Ktai Watch has a little more information.

There’s currently no word on a worldwide release, but I wouldn’t be surprised to see this gigantic phone rocking up in Europe, especially as LG has confirmed the 4.7-inch LG Optimu…………… continues on CNET UK

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LG Display’s new five-inch 1080p smartphone display: it’s real, and we’ve got …

Wednesday, June 6th, 2012

LG Display’s new five-inch 1080p smartphone display: it’s real, and we’ve got …
News from Engadget:

We stopped by the The Society for Information Display’s (SID) 2012 convention in not-so-sunny Boston, Massachusetts to feast our eyes upon LG Display’s latest creation: a five-inch display panel with Retina-smashing specs. We’re talking about a screen that sports a 1920 x 1080 full HD (FHD) resolution, 16:9 aspect ratio and 440ppi density — not to mention the Advanced High Performance In-Plane Switching (AH-IPS) technology. The Life’s Good arm states that the window, which has not yet been paired with a smartphone, will provide “Full HDTV quality” on a phone for the first time. Seeing is believing, though, so have a look at our gallery then saunter past the break to read what the company’s VP of IT and Mobile Development had to say about the future of screens.

As we noted above, LG Display was kind enough to provide us face-time with Dr. Byeong-Koo Kim, its VP of IT and Mobile Development. Although our time was short, we tried to gather as much information as we could from Dr. Kim. Here are some of the takeaways:

  • The new five-inch FHD di…………… continues on Engadget

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OnLive cloud-based gaming to be pre-loaded on LG’s Google TV
News from BGR:

OnLive on Tuesday during the E3 conference in Los Angeles demonstrated its cloud-based gaming service on LG’s G2 Google TV sets. The company announced OnLive social features for Google TV called OnLive Viewer at the Consumer Electronic Show in January, and promised that full console quality gaming would be coming soon. “It’s always been our mission to make top-quality gaming accessible to everyone, everywhere,” said Steve Perlman, founder and CEO of OnLive. “OnLive adds no cost to LG Smart TVs, but delivers a full console-class experience. We’re excited to make on-demand top-tier gaming an integral part of the living room entertainment system on LG’s state-of-the-art TVs.” The LG G2 Series of smart TVs are powered by Google TV and equipped with LG’s new L9 dual-core chipset, along with a custom “user-friendly interface.” The LG Smart TV with Google TV will be the first Google-powered television to come preloaded with OnLive’s on-demand cloud-based video game software. OnLive’s press release follows below.

OnLive Cloud Gaming Demonstrated on LG Smart TVs with Google TV

Hundreds of Top-tier…………… continues on BGR

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LG Miracle appears in real life, we start to believe

Sunday, February 12th, 2012

LG Miracle appears in real life, we start to believe
News from Engadget:

LG’s smartphone workshop is keeping itself busy. Alongside the manufacturer’s attempt to out-Note Samsung, its latest Windows Phone has resurfaced. A kindly mole has offered some better focused (but unfortunately watermarked to heck) shots of LG’s first Mango-laced Windows Phone. Skinnier that we expected, we can now make out a front-facing camera, paired up with a rear-facing five-megapixel primary shooter on the back. It’s still a prototype, judging by that not-so-subtle “not for sale” etching on the back, but expect the Miracle — when it does go official — to match those middleweight credentials leaked so far.

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The Android conundrum
News from India Today:

Froyo, Gingerbread or Ice-Cream Sandwich? Dual-core or single-core? Keyboard or no keyboard? Motorola, LG, HTC, Samsung or Sony Ericsson?

Out in the market to buy a phone running Google’s Android mobile operating system? Welcome to the club of the largest mobile operating systems, but with over 200 devices running one version of Android or the other, choosing the right phone is hardly an enviable task. Let’s look at the two important things you have to keep in mind while buying an Android phone and the best devices at every Android price point.

Quad-core worth the wait:
Processors will only get faster every few months. Most of the fastest (and thus most expensive) Android devices are powered by either Qualcomm Snapdragon or Nvidia Tegra dual-core processors. But a greater number of cores does not make a processor that much faster; it just makes it more efficient at handling data.

Android devices can have multiple processes on at one time, but multi-core processors could prevent phones from hanging, which is a constant issue with early Android models.

Buying a multi-core processor is expensive, so getting a dualcore device such as the HTC Sensation with a dual-core Nvidia Tegra processor can be an expensive proposition. Sure, the Sensation has ‘Augmented Reality’ applications, great video processing and what not. But is…………… continues on India Today

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