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LG's upcoming G4 flagship smartphone may not come with a metallic chassis though the Korean company has plans to release a metal-clad model before the end of this year.
AMD FreeSync promised open standards and more affordable monitors that would allow gamers to enjoy reduced input lag and the elimination of screen tearing. Fortunately, we've now gotten wind of more FreeSync-capable monitors and their prices from the likes of Acer, BenQ and LG.
Looking for a 4K LCD TV? There will be plenty of models to choose from come end March, courtesy of LG Electronics. More details after the jump.
Nowhereelse published a series of photo which are alleged to be the LG G4. Hit the link to find out more.
Tech News The LG Watch Urbane LTE doesn't run Android Wear, but it can make calls (Update: Hands-on photos!)
LG says its Watch Urbane LTE packs all the communication capabilities of a smartphone in a polished, metal wristwatch. That's not a hyperbole; as the smartwatch supports LTE, it can make and answer calls as well as send and receive text messages.
Tech News LG's first all-metal Android Wear device, the Watch Urbane to debut at MWC 2015 (Update: Hands-on photos!)
LG just announced that it will unveil its first all-metal smartwatch, the Watch Urbane at Mobile World Congress 2015. It is positioned as a luxury wearable for consumers looking to add both style and high-tech flare to their everyday lives.
LG just announced four new midrange smartphones for Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2015, which are the LG Magna, LG Spirit, LG Leon and LG Joy. The four Android 5.0-powered smartphones will be rolled out in select markets this week.
Video First Looks: LG G Flex2
Sporting a 5.5-inch, 1080p curved P-OLED screen, LG's new G Flex2 is also the first Snapdragon 810-powered device to land in Singapore. A better screen and a faster processor aside, how else is it different from the original G Flex? This video will tell you more.