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LG G Flex 2 Is The World’s Fastest Phone, Annihilates Samsung’s Note 4 and …

Friday, February 20th, 2015

LG G Flex 2 Is The World’s Fastest Phone, Annihilates Samsung’s Note 4 and …
News from Forbes:

On Wednesday I picked up my review sample of the LG G Flex 2. This is the second time I’ve used the phone, the first was at a pre-brief meeting in Las Vegas for CES. My initial reaction to the phone was “wow”. The reason for that was because I had used the original G Flex, and really liked it, despite it being somewhat impractical in size. But the new phone, it’s much improved, and it has far wider consumer appeal too.

But I’m not here today to fully review the phone, I need to spend longer with it first. What I have done is spend a little time with benchmarking app to see just how fast this phone is. I am, it has to be said, rather against benchmarks because I think they don’t express any real-world facts. But the G Flex 2 is the first phone with the controversial Snapdragon 810 system-on-a-chip, and I wanted to have a look into the overheating issue, and see how well it performs.

From what I’ve seen,  according to the benchmarking tools I used. In every test (with one minor 64bit hiccup) the phone beats both the Note 4 and Galaxy S5 as well as, with 3DMark, the iPhone 6.

LG G Flex 2, officially the fastest phone on the market. For no.w. Image credit: Ian Morris

The model LG UK has given me is the

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LG G Flex2 review: This is what the original should have been – Engadget
News from LG G Flex2 review: This is what the original should have been – Engadget:

“They’re a gimmick. They’re a terrible idea. They’re not going anywhere.”

Naysayers have been doing their thing since the notion of a curved smartphone made the leap from a nutty concept to bona fide market fad, and they’re not going to stop any time soon. Neither are LG and Samsung, for that matter, who squared off in late 2013 with — what else? — a pair of curved phones. Neither the G Flex nor the Galaxy Round were critical or commercial hits, but they made great stepping stones as both companies tried to convince the world that curved phones were the next big thing. Now LG’s back for another shot at flexible-phone glory. The new

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Phone makers rush to cash in on Samsung’s phablet craze

Thursday, November 8th, 2012

Phone makers rush to cash in on Samsung’s phablet craze
News from PCWorld:

Jared Newman, TechHive

Jared writes for PCWorld and TechHive from his remote outpost in Cincinnati.
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Now that Samsung has been successful with its Galaxy Note phone-tablet crossover, other phone makers are joining in on the phablet craze.

LG, HTC, ZTE, Sharp and Sony have all either announced phones with 5-inch or larger displays, or are believed to be working on them. Only one of these Galaxy Note alternatives, LG’s Intuition, is currently available in the U.S., but that may change as gigantic smartphones gain traction.

Here’s a rundown of rumor…………… continues on PCWorld

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LG Nexus 4: Should It Be Your Next Phone Or Skip It?
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The world of smartphones is overwhelming at the moment as new phones come onto the market each month. Some of them do make an impression that sticks while others are just lost in the confusion of plastic, metal, glass and silicone. However one handset that stands out as not just any other Android handset is the recently unveiled LG Nexus 4.

LG Nexus 4: it’s right for me but how about you?

The LG Nexus 4 is the new flagship device of Google and LG and it is in a league of its own and more than likely will still be relevant 10 months from now. The device comes with some of the best hardware from Google to date and happens to arguably be the best smartphone in the Android line up as well. The device does come with some drawbacks, however when it comes to user experience nothing can match it.

LG have delivered some devices that have been under par in the past so some will be skeptical about the Nexus 4. However these individuals should look at the LG Nexus 4 with an open mind. Most of the issues with LG devices in the past have been with their integration of software and lack of upgrades. However when it comes to the Nexus 4 all of this will be handled by Google.

LG have shown that they have what it takes with their Optimus G, which is the handset that the Nexus 4 is based on. This device stands out when it comes t…………… continues on Auto-o-Mobile

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LG: Samsung’s Galaxy series phones infringe our patents

Friday, September 28th, 2012

LG: Samsung’s Galaxy series phones infringe our patents
News from Hindustan Times:

A shop assistant poses with the new Samsung Galaxy S III after it’s launch at the Westfield shopping centre in west London. Credit: Reuters/Olivia Harris

South Korea’s LG Display, one of the world’s top flat-screen TV makers, said Thursday it had filed a patent infringement suit against Samsung Electronics over the use of advanced displays. LG Display, a sister firm of LG Electronics, accused Samsung Electronics and Samsung Display of

infringing seven of its patents on organic light-emitting diode (OLED) technology.

The company claimed that five of Samsung’s products, including its global hit Galaxy S-series smartphones and tablet computer Galaxy Tab 7.7, infringed its patents.

“This lawsuit has been filed both to enforce LG Display’s intellectual property rights and promote fair competition,” it said in a statement.

LG Display said it would seek an unspecified amount of damages and a permanent injunction against the sale of infringing devices.

There was no immediate comment from Samsung, which in July accused LG Display employees of stealing its OLED technology.

Samsung and LG, respectively the world’s largest and second largest flat-screen TV makers, each claim their technology offers more vivid images and wider viewing angles.

The suit comes as Samsung is embroiled in a long-running pate…………… continues on Hindustan Times

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LG Unveils New Optimus Phone
News from The Chosun Ilbo:

LG Electronics on Thursday started selling its new Optimus Vu 2 smartphone through the three major mobile providers here. The Optimus Vu 2 is the perennial No. 2′s attempt to rival Samsung’s Galaxy Note 2.

The Optimus Vu 2 has a 5-inch display with a 4:3 aspect ratio and 2GB RAM, double the capacity of the previous model. It has a slot to connect an external memory device, making it easier to transfer files.

Users can also connect their household appliances on the phone and use it as a remote control for their TVs, radios and air conditioners.

“We hope the Optimus Vu 2 along with the Optimus G sweeps the market amid heated competitions,” a press release said. The phone costs W966,000 (US$ 1=W1,117).

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LG’s Quick Voice Aims to Out-Blab Apple’s Siri and Samsung’s S Voice

Wednesday, June 20th, 2012

LG’s Quick Voice Aims to Out-Blab Apple’s Siri and Samsung’s S Voice
News from Wired News:

LG is launching a Siri competitor called Quick Voice. Photo: LG Electronics

Having conversations with our mobile devices is going to become much more commonplace.

First on the built-in, voice-activated personal-assistant scene was Siri, currently found in the iPhone 4S and now destined for the latest iPad. Next came S Voice, a Siri rival (that we still can’t get to work correctly) on the Android-powered Samsung Galaxy S III. Then on Wednesday, Microsoft announced that it’s working to build conversational voice technology into Windows Phone 8.

And now we have a fresh development from LG. Sometime in the next few weeks, the company’s Android phones will join the talking-gadget party too. LG is launching

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LG India mobile biz sees sixth head in 6 years
News from Economic Times:

KOLKATA: LG Electronics India has appointed Sanjay Maheshwary as the business head of its mobile phone division, replacing Vishal Chopra who will join the leadership team for the company’s durables section.

The change of guard at the company’s handsets division is the sixth in as many years. LG India, which entered the handsets business in 2003, holds less than 2% market share.

The company spokesman declined comment on the appointment. This is Maheshwary’s second year in the company. He had moved from Nokia to LG India at the end of 2010 as marketing head of mobile phones division.

Chopra was a senior executive in the company’s electronics business before being appointed business head. A senior executive said, on condition of anonymity, that the handsets division’s poor performance has started weighing on the Korean company’s main electronics business in the country, pulling down overall revenue and profitability. LG India’s revenues in 2011 grew marginally to Rs 16,200 crore, against Rs 16,000 crore in the previous year and…………… continues on Economic Times

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