LG didn’t announce a flagship smartphone at CES 2018, and at MWC 2018 next week, the company will show off new shades of previous smartphones and introduce only a revamped LG V30 Considering all we know about LG including their struggling mobile division, this is definitely not a good sign to start the year.
LG has been all over the place in regards to an upcoming flagship smartphone. Due to losses obtained by the company’s mobile division, LG Electronics will change tactics and announce a new LG V30 for 2018 during MWC 2018 instead of an LG G6 successor. This was confirmed by LG earlier today. Here’s what we know about the upcoming device thus far.
LG just when on record to confirm via its newsroom blog that a new LG V30 smartphone will be unveiled later this month in Barcelona at MWC 2018. The LG V30 2018 Edition will bring AI functions including recommended camera settings and lots more.
LG phones had a share of boot-looping issues in the past, and over the last several months, we’ve reported a few stories regarding the boot-loop prone Nexus 5X. LG wants to make things right, and is now being forced to by a law firm that goes by Girard Gibbs LLC. Here’s what you need to know.
LG has reported its Q4 earnings and the most noticeable detail is the mobile division’s prolonged struggles. The department continues to report losses, and quite frankly we have no clue what they’re doing.
Last night LG announced new color options for two of its best smartphones via a press release. The LG G6, aka last year’s flagship, now comes in three additional shades. And the mid-range LG Q6 that was announced in July has added two new choices.
LG’s G line of flagship devices has a long history of being introduced during MWC each February, but apparently this year the company will skip the ritual and rethink from scratch its next flagship device.
As we were packing things up last week, a smartphone render leaked and was posted by a trusted source. That source believes that the render is of LG’s next flagship smartphone.