Will start flogging iPhones
LG will start selling iPhones and iPads in its South Korean stores this August -- mere months after the company quit making Android devices.
OLED is better
Samsung today has denied the months long rumours that it was planning to buy OLEDs with LG that have been circulating around the web.
Stepping away from manufacturing and sales
LG has sent a press release and informed its belloved fans and customers that it plans to close its mobile business unit. The company wants to focus on growth sectors, including EVs, IoT, and B2B Solutions.
Rumours that LG Electronics may shutter its mobile communication business rather than sell it are gathering momentum.
Considering US and European production sites
LG's battery division is planning to build advanced battery cells for Tesla's electric vehicles in 2023 and is considering potential production sites in the US and Europe.
Not been put on hold
LG Electronics has told The Verge that the company’s phone with a resizable screen, the LG Rollable, has not been put on hold.
Competition too much
After losing around $4.5 billion over the past five years, LG is considering exiting the smartphone market in 2021.
Analysis: General Motors, Renault, Bosh, Continental, and co.
Automotive plays a vital role in the Nuvia deal. Nuvia has a data center chip that will tape out first, but what works in a data center can quickly be turned into an automotive chip. An Automotive/self-driving chip is nothing but a data center on wheels designed to be power-aware and process tremendous amounts of data from multiple sensors.
LG Gram gets Intel Evo certification
LG has kicked off its CES 2021 announcement with updated thin-and-light Gram laptop series, which will now be getting the Intel Evo badge, and we are looking at a total of five new Gram laptops, coming in various screen sizes and configurations.