LG’s follow up to last year’s generally well received V20 phablet could make its debut in the latter part of next month. The South Korean tech giant has actually started sending out save the date invites for something that will happen on August 31st in the city of Berlin in Germany.
When LG first introduced its G6 flagship device back in February early this year, it also debuted a phablet with an extra tall display screen, specifically one that sports an aspect ratio of 18:9. Previous flagship offerings from the South Korean tech giant had featured a 16:9 aspect ratio, so the 18:9 ratio of the G6 phablet was considered by some as a welcome change.
Comcast’s wireless service, Xfinity Mobile, will be the only mobile operator based in the United States that will be selling LG’s new smartphone offering, the X Charge. The LG X Charge is the latest fairly sized handset to come from the South Korean tech giant, and has the distinction of having the biggest battery of any LG smartphone to date.
It became clear Verizon Wireless had also been planning to get rid of its CDMA phone service after it had successfully deployed its LTE network for voice calls around three years ago. This time around, the Big Red is now moving on to offering its first LTE only device to its customers.
LG has done well with the release of its current flagship device, the LG G6, back in April earlier this year, after a rather less than stellar sales showing from the previous offering, the LG G5, whose modular design did not quite translate to solid sales.
Just in time for Father’s Day weekend, the third biggest wireless carrier in America has decided to launch yet again another new buy one, get one special offer. This latest promotional deal from T-Mobile not only involves the hottest Android mobile devices right now (i.e.
With industry leaders Samsung and Apple fully busy with trying to convince their customers to use their respective brands of contactless modes of payment, another tech giant is looking to join in on the fun.
LG is now releasing unlocked versions of its latest flagship device, the G6 phablet. These unlocked editions can be purchased from online retailers or preordered directly from the South Korean tech giant’s official website. With regards to pricing, Amazon currently offers an unlocked LG G6 unit at a price of $630, while B&H and LG itself are selling the smartphone for $700.
Samsung probably can argue that it is responsible for making curved, edge to edge displays fashionable, especially with its more recent Galaxy lineup of smartphone devices. But soon, it will not be able to boast of being the only one phone maker to offer such stylish screens. Another South Korean mobile giant, LG, is also looking to join in on the curvy fun.
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