LG G6 Now Available in 8 Colour Variants, LG Q6 in 7 Colour Variants

LG G6 Now Available in 8 Colour Variants, LG Q6 in 7 Colour Variants

HIGHLIGHTS LG G6 will get Moroccan Blue, Lavender Violet, and Raspberry Rose options LG Q6 will get Moroccan Blue and Lavender Violet variants Raspberry Rose has been reserved only for the LG V30 and LG G6 LG on Tuesday announced that the LG G6 and LG Q6 will receive new colour variants in South Korea, added from LG V30’s lineup of colours. The LG G6 will get the Moroccan Blue, Lavender Violet, and Raspberry Rose variants. The LG Q6, on the other hand, will get only the Moroccan Blue and Lavender Violet variants. This takes…

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LG K7 LTE, K10 LTE Launched in India: Price, Specifications, and More

LG K7 LTE, K10 LTE Launched in India: Price, Specifications, and More

LG has launched the K7 LTE and K10 LTE in India, the company’s “first Made in India smartphones”. While the K7 LTE is priced at Rs. 9,500, the K10 LTE is priced at Rs. 13,500. The K-series of smartphones are touted by LG to sport photography capabilities as well as the ‘premium UX’ features they bring from higher-end devices. Some of the other features of the LG K10 LTE and LG K7 LTE smartphones include 2.5D Arc Glass design along with Gesture Shot, Tap and Shot, and Gesture Interval shot…

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LG K-Series Smartphones India Launch Set for April 14

LG K-Series Smartphones India Launch Set for April 14

LG has started sending media invites for a launch event on April 14 where the company will launch the K-Series of smartphones in India. The invite says, “Kinetic two new smartphones made by LG for 4G.” The company is anticipated to launch the K10 and K7 smartphones first from the lineup. Considering LG in press invite is teasing 4G connectivity for the new K-series handsets, we can expect both the LG K7 and LG K10 smartphones to support 4G in India. Both the LG K7 and K10 smartphones were launched…

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LG G5 Teardown Gives the Modular Smartphone a High Repairability Score

LG G5 Teardown Gives the Modular Smartphone a High Repairability Score

LG’s latest flagship G5 smartphone has received its first proper teardown where it scores well due to its easily repairability. Teardown experts at iFixit cracked open the LG G5 to reveal its innards as well as see how easy was it to repair the handset. Unlike the Samsung Galaxy S7, the LG G5 scored a repairability score of 8 out of 10. To recall, Samsung’s flagship poor repairability score of 3 out of 10. The teardown suggested that many components in the LG G5 were modular “making for easier, cheaper…

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LG Innotek Unveils 15-Watt Wireless Charging Module for Smartphones

LG Innotek Unveils 15-Watt Wireless Charging Module for Smartphones

LG Innotek, the materials manufacturing subsidiary of the LG group, last week announced a new 15-watt wireless transmission modules for smartphones. The company says wireless chargers with the technology can supply the same amount of electric power supplied by wired chargers. LG Innotek says that it has plans to start mass production this year. It adds that the new modules decreases the entire charging time and enhances user convenience since it is compatible with diverse charger specifications. The company details that the wireless power charger consists of transmitter, which supplies…

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All-Metal LG G5 Features ‘Primer’ not ‘Plastic’, Claims Company

All-Metal LG G5 Features ‘Primer’ not ‘Plastic’, Claims Company

LG has responded to the allegations that it has stuffed a lot of plastic instead of metal into the LG G5 flagship smartphone. The South Korean smartphone manufacturer says that it’s not plastic but primer it has used in its “all-metal” smartphone. Last week, a gadget reviewer on YouTube claimed that the LG G5, which was launched at Mobile World Congress in February, has a significant amount of plastic on its body. Addressing the growing uproar from the community, LG says that the material it has used in some parts…

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LG G5 ‘Lite’ Variant Hits Certification Site With Images, Specifications

LG G5 ‘Lite’ Variant Hits Certification Site With Images, Specifications

LG G5, the South Korean tech giant’s flagship modular smartphone, might soon have a less-powerful variant entering the market. Tipped as the LG G5 Lite, the handset has passed Tenaa, the Chinese telecommunications certification authority, revealing partial specifications and its design. As per the listing (via 9to5Google) of the LG H848 (speculated to be called the LG G5 Lite), the smartphone looks very similar to the LG G5. It has the same dual rear cameras along with a fingerprint sensor and a modular design. It is likely that the device…

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LG UX 5.0 UI Unveiled for LG G5, Upcoming Smartphones

LG UX 5.0 UI Unveiled for LG G5, Upcoming Smartphones

LG has already announced it will roll out of the flagship LG G5 handset worldwide starting Thursday. The South Korean tech company on Monday also unveiled its LG UX 5.0 custom UI for Android. The new Android 6.0 Marshmallow-based UX 5.0 software will not only be arriving with the LG G5 but on “upcoming smartphone models as well.” LG says LG UX 5.0 is user-centric and supports easy connection for optimal control of LG Friends, the modules (CAM Plus, Hi-Fi Plus, and 360 CAM) introduced for the LG G5 smartphone….

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iPhone SE Is ‘Same Old Technology’, Says LG Mobile Chief

iPhone SE Is ‘Same Old Technology’, Says LG Mobile Chief

Apple’s new iPhone SE, unveiled on Monday, promises to meet the demand for a smaller iPhone, and by sticking to the smaller size of the iPhone 5s, it also means that people who didn’t like the larger screen size of the new models now have a smaller option to choose. Not everybody is impressed with Apple’s iPhone SE though, as an LG executive said it was no threat. During an event in South Korea, LG Mobile CEO Cho Juno, wass asked about the new iPhone SE and he said, “Rolling…

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LG X cam, X screen Start Rolling Out Globally

LG X cam, X screen Start Rolling Out Globally

LG as promised last month, on Tuesday announced it has started rolling out its LG X series smartphones globally. To recall LG introduced its X series smartphones, namely the X cam and the X screen, ahead of its MWC 2016 event last month. The South Korean tech giant says the handsets will first be made available in its home turf South Korea followed by other key markets including Europe, Latin America, and Asia. India-specific availability details of the devices are not yet known. “What’s appealing about the X screen and…

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