LG is preparing to reveal some new devices in Las Vegas CES 2013 event, the new devices will include a 5.5-inch phablet Smartphone and a 7-inch Tablet.
The 5.5-inch full HD phablet could be the Optimus G2 we've been talking about in the past. It's apparently going to be LG's flagship device for 2013, competing with Samsung's Galaxy Note II.
Finally, we may see a 7-inch tablet from LG. What will make this device unique is its screen with 1920×1200 pixels resolution. That's 324ppi pixel density that will effectively make it the most reader-friendly 7-inch tablet out there.
LG Optimus 2X owners in Europe can finally breath a sigh of relief! After nearly half a year of unconfirmed info about the update, the former LG flagship finally started receiving its ICS 4.0 update.
The firmware version of the update ROM is V30a. It brings the Ice Cream Sandwich sweetness, garnished with the latest LG launcher. You can get it from the LG update tool right away. It seems, though, that the carrier-locked Optimus 2X versions will have to wait a while longer to join the fun.
According to the Korean Media, LG electronics has started the development of LG Optimus G2. The device release date set to May,2013 and it will pack a 5" Full HD LCD panel with 440ppi pixel density.
Optimus G2 Specifications:
• Android 5.0 Key lime
• 2.0Ghz Quad Core MSM8974 Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Prime CPU
• 5-inch Full HD LCD developed by LG Display with 440 pixel Density andresolution of 1920*1080
• 4G LTE Supported
• Camera with backlight prevention technology
The latest image of the LG Nexus 4 has been released, along with the specs that we have been expecting for the latest Nexus phone have been confirmed. The information leaked confirms the Quad-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro APQ8064 processor, the 4.7 inch 768 x 1280 screen with 2GB of RAM.
There will be an 8GB and 16GB model of the LG Nexus 4. The rear Camera is 8MP and and front facing camera is 1.3MP, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is pre-installed but the device is expected to updated to Android 4.2 very soon. A 2100mAh battery keeps the lights on and the whole shebang is 9.1mm thick.
The LG Nexus 4 is on longer a rumor, One thing that we do know for sure is that thanks to those meddling kids at the FCC, the next 'Google Experience' stock Android Nexus phone will have wireless charging. That confirms a report from a French media outlet that we told you about the other day, passing along the news that the phone would offer such a feature.
The FCC documentation also shows that the LG Nexus 4 will use a special back cover to allow the phone to charge sans wires. The same cover also will also include support for NFC.