LG has never been the best provider of on-time Android software updates over-the-air for its mobile devices. Reason being the company’s large collection of devices, all with different Android versions and varying software features. Not to mention, LG’s skin is also on the heavier side despite some refining over the years on flagship models. But to help all of that, LG announced ‘Software Upgrade Center’ this week.
We’ve finally received some confirmation perhaps regarding LG’s future smartphone plans and the supposed LG G7 or LG G7 Neo code-named ‘Judy.’ These details range from its possible appearance, specifications and features. Despite reports claiming LG would skip a flagship Android smartphone this year to conserve money, we’re now expecting one, one that looks a whole lot like the LG G7 Neo that popped up at MWC 2018 in Barcelona. LG did not announce a new flagship smartphone at the event, which [Read More]
A news source from Ynet discovered a mysterious device on display last week at MWC 2018 in Barcelona. Known as the LG G7 Neo, this device could have been what had originally been planned as the LG G7 is concerned, before the project was scrapped. LG did not announce a new flagship smartphone at the event, which it has done in years past, which may have been due to the level of competition. Instead, the South Korean company showed off new shades of LG G6 [Read More]
The standard version of LG V30 has been modified to make the LG V30S ThinQ and LG V30S+ ThinQ. Yeah, that’s the name of LG’s newest phones, and they debuted at MWC 2018 in Barcelona this week as we expected alongside many smartphones from other companies. Here’s a rundown.
Our guess is that most of you have a smartphone if you’re reading this. Being smartphone owners ourselves, we’re always interested in knowing when a smartphone gets updated. Wouldn’t it be convenient to have this all in one place? That’s why we created our ‘Droid Updates’ Weekly Series.
Google is adding a bunch of Android smartphones to its MVNO, Project Fi. The new phones will be compatible with the network and you’ll pay for text, call and data from Google through the Project Fi service via a mobile application.
LG G7 ThinQ has come out, this week we have Google I/O 2018, next week we have OnePlus 6, and the following Wednesday it appears we’ll get the ‘Imagine’ HTC U12+. Over on Twitter, HTC put out a teaser for an event to happen on May 23, and we think we know what the company is bringing. This lines up with earlier reports claiming the device would launch in May.