We sort of expected it to happen, with all the rumors flying around last week. But Apple fans and tablet enthusiasts should still get excited with everything that the tech giant has announced at its recent “field trip” event held at the Lane Technical College Preparatory High School in the city of Chicago in Illinois.
Here is some piece of news that should interest those looking to purchase a new phablet that comes with a stylus -- LG showcased a new phablet offering called the LG Stylo 3 (outside the United States, the handset is called the LG Stylus 3) during this year’s Consumer Electronics Show being held in the city of Las Vegas in Nevada. The South Korean tech giant had actually already announced five new smartphone devices even before the CES 2017 officially started, and the Stylo 3 appears to be one of the more interesting handsets.
Three weeks. This is the length of time that Android fans will have to wait before the biggest seller of smartphones in the world officially unveils its newest phablet offering. Yup, Samsung has started mailing invitations to an Unpacked event happening on August 2nd this year in New York City, and everybody is expecting the South Korean tech giant to formally introduce the highly awaited Galaxy Note 7 device.
Just this week, LG officially unveiled its latest phablet offering -- the Stylus 2 Plus. For those closely following the South Korean mobile giant’s smartphone releases, they will easily and correctly surmise the Stylus 2 Plus as a sort of improved version of the Stylus 2 device that LG had announced in February early this year.
Everybody expectsLG to unveil its newest flagship device, the LG G5 smartphone, one day before the start of this year’s Mobile World Congress to be held in the beautiful city of Barcelona in Spain a few days from now. But surprise, surprise -- the South Korean tech giant has decided to introduce yet another device recently, specifically the LG Stylus 2, its latest addition to its phablet offerings.
This week, the blog Android Police reported that there appears to be a design flaw in Samsung’s newest phablet, the Galaxy Note 5. According to Android Police, they discovered that owners of the handset could permanently damage the smartphone if they insert its S-Pen stylus into the device’s storage slot backwards.
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