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LG G3 Smart Phone Launches At T-Mobile In July; Price And Pre-Order Details …

Tuesday, July 1st, 2014

LG G3 Smart Phone Launches At T-Mobile In July; Price And Pre-Order Details …
News from International Business Times:

The LG G3 smartphone is finally on its way to America, and T-Mobile US Inc. (NYSE:TMUS) is the first big U.S. carrier to announce details about the phone’s cost and availability.

T-Mobile’s full retail price for the L3 G3  is $ 598.80. Customers on the T-Mobile “Simple Choice” plan can get the G3 for $ 0 down and $ 24.95 per month for 24 months. The phone should be in stores starting July 16.

The handset’s maker, LG Electronics Inc. (KRX:066570), said in March that the G3 would be available in two variants, one with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage and another with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. T-Mobile’s G3 has 3GB of RAM.

Smartphone enthusiasts have been hoping that U.S. carriers would offer a G3 variant with versatile storage capa…………… continues on International Business Times

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LG G3 review by TechRadar
News from Telegraph.co.uk:

The LG G3 smartphone has been tried and tested by TechRadar.

Featuring a micro SD slot, metallic frame design and QHD screen, the G3 is initially an “impressive” new phone. Regarding the screen however, TechRadar noted “it doesn’t feel like LG is offering a huge deal more” than its predecessor, the LG G2.

Highlights include the phone’s updated interface, “a visual triumph”, and 3,000mAh battery power, making it one of the most powerful phones on the market.

G3′s camera also boasts a laser auto-focus that is “blisteringly fast”.

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LG G3 T-Mobile release date tipped, plus more devices

Sunday, June 29th, 2014

LG G3 T-Mobile release date tipped, plus more devices
News from Phones Review:

The LG G3 is a hotly anticipated flagship smartphone, but although LG recently gave some official news on when it would be available for some regions, there was nothing concrete on its US release. However, the LG G3 T-Mobile release date has now been tipped, along with another possible arrival date for two other devices.

Earlier this month we reported on leaked info that LG G3 pre-orders would be available on Verizon on July 10th with a release touted for July 17th. Although this has not been officially announced it did come from a very reliable source, and now it looks as though T-Mobile could pip Verizon to the post.

A release date has now been leaked by apparent inside sources for the LG G3 on T-Mobile, and it’s claimed that it will be available to customers on July 16th. No price for the phone has been given yet but it’s expected to be around $ 199 on contract or around $ 600 unlocked.

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Kit Kat Update D80120A Available for Flashing on T-Mobile LG G2

Saturday, March 1st, 2014

Kit Kat Update D80120A Available for Flashing on T-Mobile LG G2
News from Droid Life:

LG G2 owners on T-Mobile who can’t bear to wait for the Kit Kat OTA update any longer are in luck, as it is now available for download and flashing via LG’s PC Utility. Users are also able to download the update (D80120A.kdz) from a direct download on LG’s servers, and then manually flash via the LG Mobile Support Tool. 

After flashing, users are reporting a more responsive device, full white icons in the notification bar, and the Knock Knock feature being even faster than before.

If you have LG’s PC Utility installed on your computer, download the file (about 1.5GB), and then update your device. Again, you can also download the update via the direct download link below.

Let us know how it goes and how much you are loving Kit Kat.

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3 Things I Like About LG’s G Flex
News from PhoneDog:

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LG Optimus L3 E400 Unlocked GSM Phone with Android 2.3 OS, Touchscreen, 3.15MP Camera, GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and microSD
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LG G Flex (T-Mobile): Full Review – LAPTOP Magazine

Friday, February 7th, 2014

LG G Flex (T-Mobile): Full Review – LAPTOP Magazine
News from LG G Flex (T-Mobile): Full Review – LAPTOP Magazine:

Who says curved displays are only for TVs? With its G Flex smartphone, LG wants to put rounded displays right in the palm of your hand. The handset features a 6-inch 720p screen that’s curved along its horizontal axis, which LG says can boost viewing angles while making the phone more comfortable to hold. The G Flex also sports a “self-healing” polymer back panel capable of resisting scratches and scrapes. T-Mobile is selling the G Flex for $ 28 per month for 24 months, which is slightly cheaper than the 5.7-inch Galaxy Note 3 ($ 29 per month). But is the G Flex’s curvy design worth the price?

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LG G Flex curved phone in shops today
News from CNET UK:

The LG G Flex is flaunting its curves and finally slinking into shops today. The curved smart phone has been available to order for a while, and it’s available from today to take home.

Unlocked Mobiles is selling the bendy, flexy G Flex to take home now, if you have a spare £635 for the SIM-free phone. 

Meanwhile high street phone shop Carphone Warehouse is offering the Flex with a contract from Orange, T-Mobile, O2 or 4G EE. It starts at £49, as long as you’re willing to cough up a whopping £59 per month.

The cheapest monthly fee is £16.99 from Orange, but that involves paying out a still eye-watering £449 for the phone.

Unusually, EE has had samples of the phone for you to play with in selected EE shops since before Christmas, which is an interesting way to promote a phone as flat-out weird as the G Flex.

The Flex phone is curved so it curls intriguingly around your face as you chat. That’s in contrast to the

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LG T375-BLK Cookie Smart Dual Sim Unlocked Phone with 3.2-Inch Touchscreen and 240 x 380 Pixels Screen Resolution – No Warranty – Black
The LG T375 Cookie Smart is Dual SIM Simple Smart looking Touchscreen Cell phone with average features, The LG Cookie smart has a …

T-Mobile LG G2 Receiving Update D80110g, Start Checking Your Phones Now

Wednesday, January 8th, 2014

T-Mobile LG G2 Receiving Update D80110g, Start Checking Your Phones Now
News from Droid Life:

If you are the owner of an LG G2 on T-Mobile, you should start checking your device for an update. T-Mobile is rolling out a tiny OTA update to these devices on their network starting today and running through the next few weeks. The build number will be updated to D80110g, but other than that not too much will change. 

In fact, the only hint of change that we are receiving from T-Mobile is that this OTA will be “improvements to software stability.” No new features or anything more specific than that, but T-Mobile and LG figured that this 147MB update was important enough to rollout on its own. As long as the phone is better off after the update we are happy.

To check for the update, head into Settings>About device>Software update >Update Now. If you do not see it already or after checking, keep looking over the next week.

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CES 2014: Hands-on preview with the LG Fireweb Firefox phone
News from ITProPortal:

Mozilla is aiming its line of Firefox phones at emerging markets, promising smartphone power at sub-smartphone prices. The latest entry, the LG Fireweb, is a bigger, faster Firefox handset, but still keeps prices down. We had the chance to go hands-on with the phone at CES.

The LG Fireweb is a boxy, squarish phone, with a 1GHz processor, 4in, 320 x 480 screen and 5-megapixel camera. That gives it a leg up on the earlier ZTE Open, but it’s still a lower-resolution screen than I’m used to seeing at this size. It’s a 3G phone, and it has GPS and a built-in FM radio.

The major feature here, of course, is Firefox OS, and that works similarly to other Firefox phones I’ve seen. The 1GHz processor definitely helped; while I wouldn’t call the phone completely snappy, it was less sluggish than previous Firefox phones were. Like the ZTE Open which we tested in September, the phone has a full web browser and a range of apps which are either web bookmarks or locally stored HTML5 apps. I clicked on the Wikipedia app, and scrolled through a page finding the experience much like a basic Android phone or an older iPhone…………… continues on ITProPortal

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Press Renders for LG G Flex on AT&T and T-Mobile Leaked

Saturday, January 4th, 2014

Press Renders for LG G Flex on AT&T and T-Mobile Leaked
News from Droid Life:

Last night, @evleaks posted a couple of press renders for the LG G Flex; one for T-Mobile’s 4G LTE network and the other for AT&T’s network. There were no dates given along with the images, so we still don’t know when to exactly expect these devices to hit the States, except for one source who stated February. When they do, we will more than likely be looking to pick one up, given the uniqueness of their design. 

The G Flex features a quad-core processor, 6″ HD display, 2GB of RAM, a 13MP back-facing camera, and plenty of other great top-tier specs. If a curved device was on your wishlist for 2014, you aren’t too far away.

Thoughts on the G Flex? Are we hoping it also makes an appearance for Verizon’s network?

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LG proves the QWERTY isn’t dead as F3Q leaks for T-Mobile

Sunday, December 8th, 2013

LG proves the QWERTY isn’t dead as F3Q leaks for T-Mobile
News from Phandroid.com:

The physical QWERTY keyboard will live to see another day thanks to LG. Their upcoming F3Q handset for T-Mobile has leaked, revealing what looks to be a midrange handset along the lines of the LG Optimus F3. That device landed with the carrier earlier this year.

The Optimus F3 features a 4-inch display at 800×480 resolution, dual-core processor, and 5MP camera. The F3Q looks to be more of the same, save for the addition of a five-row QWERTY keyboard.

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A closer look at LG’s curved G Flex smartphone
News from The Verge:

We got a chance to check out LG’s first-ever curved smartphone, the G Flex, last month at an event in South Korea, but LG has now brought the phone to the US for us to see it. It’s the same Korean model we saw earlier, with its massive 6-inch, 720p display, but LG also showed off some of the individual components broken down so we could see what goes into the phone’s construction. We got to see the bendable display, which can flex quite a bit more on its own than it can once encased inside the phone. We were also able to see the non-removable battery, which is both curved and can flex just like the display. LG’s Dr. Ramchan Woo also told us that the glass on the front is made quite thin to allow it to bend along with the rest of the phone. LG said that the phone was tested and could stand 88 pounds of pressure repeated 100 times without deforming.

Dr. Woo also gave a few details on…………… continues on The Verge

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T-Mobile LG Nexus 4 Available On Wirefly for $149.99

Tuesday, January 29th, 2013

T-Mobile LG Nexus 4 Available On Wirefly for $ 149.99
News from The Droid Guy:

We’re all pretty sad about the availability issues that the LG Nexus 4 is seeing, but it seems like Google anticipated that beforehand as it partnered with American carrier T-Mobile to bring the device to interested buyers with a two year contract. However, even T-Mo’s version of the Nexus 4 was sold out within days if not in minutes like the Google Play Store. But the device is back in stock and interested customers can rush to T-Mobile stores to get the smartphone again. It will require a two year contract as you all know but will require you to only spend $ 199.99 initially, with monthly plans to choose from. But if your luck doesn’t favor you, you might find that the Nexus 4 is sold out even in T-Mobile or Best Buy stores. Which is why we recommend you have a look at this listing on Wirefly.com which is offering the Nexus 4 with a decent $ 50 discount off the original contract pricing. And yes, shipping is free.

It seems like LG hasn’t quite figured out a way to keep the Nexus 4 in stock. With so much on LG’s plate right now especially with the MWC 2013 event coming up next month, we shouldn’t expect the Nexus 4 stock issues to improve anytime soon. We spoke about this in det…………… continues on The Droid Guy

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LG DoublePlay 4G Android Phone offer by T-Mobile only

Wednesday, January 9th, 2013

LG DoublePlay 4G Android Phone offer by T-Mobile only
News from PC-Tablet:

Just go through the mobile marketplace, and you will find that most of the devices getting launched nowadays either come with touchscreen or QWERTY keyboard. Rare ones come with both. If you are interested in those ‘rare ones’ only, then you possibly be interested in ‘LG DoublePlay 4G Android Phone. Why don’t buy the same and make the perfect these early days of 2013, never forgettable?

You can get it from AmazonWireless at a cheap price of $ 349.99 with two-year service contract of T-Mobile. Be fast, it’s ‘Now or Never’ kinda deal.

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LG Optimus L9 Review for T-Mobile

Thursday, December 13th, 2012

LG Optimus L9 Review for T-Mobile
News from IntoMobile:

It should be pretty easy to see that LG has been on a tear with its latest Android devices this year. From its newest flagship phones like the Optimus G, and the slightly more recent Nexus 4, LG has produced some of the best high-end devices of the year. That said, LG hasn’t forgotten the mid-range market. With high success with the budget LG Optimus One, the company introduced a whole new line of new Optimus handsets this year : The L-Series.

LG’s sales of the L-Series (L3, L5, L7) line of handsets

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LG Optimus Vu review: Odd shape the biggest drawback
News from IBNLive:

New Delhi: LG which is lagging behind rivals such as Apple and Samsung is fighting hard to get a fair bite out of the smartphone market pie. Samsung set the trend of the mammoth phones with the Galaxy Note and LG followed with its large-screened phone named Optimus Vu.

In the first look, I was a bit excited with its slightly different squarish design, but after using for only a while, I realised that this shape is not meant for a smartphone. The phone, however, is sleek and light in weight, but it’s width makes it uncomfortable to hold. The screen is too wide for a phone. While other 5-inch phones may also seem bulky but many of them are not as difficult to hold and carry. Any rectangular 5-inch phone is better than what LG came up with – a shape that lies in between square and rectangle. The only good advantage of it being wide is that it is comfortable to type on this phone. Because of its weird shape, it’s difficult to operate the phone. You cannot use this phone with a single hand.

Those who are in the habit of taking notes, there is a button on the top left that directly takes you to Quick memo. Also, the phone comes with a Rubidium pen (stylus), but strangely the phone has no slot to hold that the stylus.

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