Qualcomm X12 LTE 600Mbps modem, dual rear cameras and more
Today, LG President and CEO Juno Cho took the stage at Mobile World Congress and shook the audience for a moment with a slide titled “The era of smartphones is not over,” followed shortly by a full hardware announcement of its long-awaited 2016 flagship G5 smartphone and a variety of unexpected accessories.
Bendier than the iPhone
Ever since Apple came up with a smartphone that bent, everyone wants to copy them. Now a team of researchers have come up with ReFlex which they claims is the first true bendable smartphone.
In time for Mobile World Congress
In time for the Mobile World Congress LG has released an official teaser for the upcoming G5, which suggests the outfit is using its AMOLED display for an "always on" display.
Samsung and LG phasing it out
It is looking like 3D technology is dead in the water with both Samsung and LG phasing it out in new TVs.
Different sizes too
AU Optronics ,LG and Samung are planning to bring out more panels with different resolutions and specifications this year.
Flagship at Mobile World Congress 2016
Qualcomm and LG have started buzzing that something cool will happen on February 21 – the day before the Mobile World Congress starts in Barcelona. We just got a confirmation that LG plans to launch a new flagship phone.
Wants to compete with Galaxy S7
According to the latest report., it appears that LG plans to unveil its newest LG G5 flagship smartphone at MWC 2016 in order not to lag behind Samsung and it rumored Galaxy S7 flagship.
Ramping up manufacturing
LG has told the world that it will be ramping up production of OLED TV sets this year in a move which should establish the technology in the market place and drive down cost.
All feature "HDR Plus" technology, IPS panels
In an effort to attract more attention to its brand name just days before the opening day of the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the clever marketing team at LG has unveiled details of its premium LED TV lineup for 2016 with the nickname “Super UHD” (Ultra High Definition).
7680x4320p is now production-ready with High Dynamic Range
LG, the world’s largest panel maker, is set to make a splash at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas by unveiling its first production-ready 8K television set. Last September at IFA in Berlin, the company showed off the 98-inch prototype in all its 8K glory, but it was not ready for production.