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Mobile Security: Knock-On Code or Fingerprint Protection?

When it comes to the precious - our mobile phone - we tend to seek ultimate security; and with the new options at hand, we could have a fingerprint sensor or have the revolutionary knock-on code that LG currently offers. What do we prefer? Well both! Each one has its pros and cons, but with the NSA "issues", sometimes you need to reconsider your options. When the fingerprint scanner was released along side the iPhone 5s, everybody was mind-blown ...
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Bendy: LG G Flex Review

We said it before: the age of the curved is upon us. But does LG's take on it bring something solid to the table? We've had the chance to test the LG G Flex for a few days. First of all, there's more to the G Flex than just a curved display. It also is a 6-inch monster, which practically makes of it the very first LG phablet. We should also mention that it runs on the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chip as all of Android's current flagships. It also ...
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Almost There: Nexus 5 Review

One year ago, the Nexus 4 rocked the smartphone boat, when it was released with top-of-the-line feature pack for a ridiculously low $299 USD price tag. But we also still remember its shortfalls: lack of LTE, underwhelming camera and poor battery life. The Nexus 5 is now here. What is noticeable at first encounter is that it is slightly more expensive. That could have been good news, because it also could mean that it may be better equipped than its ...
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Can LG’s G2 Beat The iPhone 5s?

Let us start with form. The iPhone 5, and hence the 5s is the most stylish and elegant smartphone out there. Aluminum-built, slim, sleek are the keywords to look for. HTC’s One was the only Android smartphone to come close to these standards. Our first days with the G2 did involve a lot of fumbling around the back of the device, searching for the power and volume buttons. The G2 is all-plastic, but nevertheless, does feel solid and well built. Then ...
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Google’s Nexus 5 Is Here

Google has just made the Nexus 5 official. As expected, the latest Nexus smartphone is manufactured by LG. It rocks a 4.95" LCD display with 1080p resolution, which adds up to a pixel density of 445 ppi and Gorilla Glass 3 for enhanced screen protection. Inside the Nexus 5 is a 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset with four Krait 400 cores and Adreno 330 GPU, 2GB of RAM and Android 4.4 KitKat. Internal storage options are either 16GB or 32GB ...
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Soon: Nexus 5 Rumor Roundup

Google's Nexus 5 is coming soon. Any day now. All leaks lead to a Friday release. Yes... this coming friday, 48 hours from now. Rumors are all over the place, and as the probable target date approaches, things go even crazier. Launch Date Predictions for its rollout date have so far missed, with predictions for a release date falling short on October 15, October 18, and last Monday, October 28. Design All leaks converge towards the strong belief ...
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LG G2 Review: A New Beast Is In Town

One thing is clear: LG are doing a great job with their latest mobile releases, and year after year we are being blown away by this company in terms of personal computing. Their latest mobile flagship, the G2 is nothing short of a Tech beast that will rock the whole competition. Thanks to our friends at LG Lebanon, we were able to get our hands on this device and test it. And LG nailed it in every department. Technical Specs BODY Dimensions 138.5 ...
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LG G2: Nexus 4, Revisited

We only had the chance to get a glimpse of the LG G2 a few days back. One thing I'd like to personally express is that I'm happy LG finally found its design language. And what is obvious is that it did find it after Google had asked the company to build its Nexus phone last year. And it did great. So now, LG is building on this success, releasing phones that will somewhat look like the Nexus 4, except bigger, and more powerful. Really powerful ...
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My Month With Nexus 4’s Jelly Bean

Having been an avid iOS supporter for just over 2 years, I was both excited and cautious when I got my first Android phone, the Sony Xperia TX 2 months ago. I have to say that I was not disappointed with this Operating System and back then, I was still running Ice Cream Sandwich. So imagine my excitement when I was told that LG would generously be giving us a Nexus 4, Google's flagship Jelly Bean device, to try out. Keep in mind that this review ...
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LG Is Reportedly Building the Next Nexus Phone – [Rumor]

Google's I/O event is just a few days away and rumors keep hitting us all over the place. After several leaks of what might be the upcoming Android iteration (pushed up to version 4.3 with no change log appearing anywhere, yet), we are now getting several rumors about the upcoming Google's own next Nexus phone. The Nexus 4 (our review here) was manufactured by LG and, despite some shipment issues at the beginning, proved to be a successful contender ...
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LG Launches its 84” Ultra HD 3D TV in Lebanon

Last Wednesday marked the launch of LG’s 84” Ultra HD 3D TV in Lebanon. At an event hosted by The Hangout – Gemmayze, the regional marketing manager of LG introduced LG’s first Ultra HD 3D Smart TV, which features an elegant 84” display in stunning 4K, the next generation of TV resolution. Display The announcement featured a presentation about the product’s display that boasts pixel resolution 4 times higher than Full HD (3840 X 2160), ...
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Nexus 4 Review

I have been a Nexus user for quite some time now; having owned both the Samsung Nexus S and the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, I could not describe my excitement when Google announced the LG Nexus 4 on October 29th of this year. Getting the Nexus 4 was a hassle, with a scarce and limited supply of the device, I had to fight many eBayers before I was able to win one through a bid. So, how does the LG Nexus 4 stand among its predecessors and the fierce competition ...
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LG Optimus Vu (Finally) Announced for the Levant

We just finished our roundly visit to LG Beirut Headquarters. And the least we can say is that it went well. We got two major news - or announcements, even though "news" make it sound less dramatic - that will please most of you, especially those who hold Android rather high up in their love scale. Optimus Vu Launch The first major news is that LG is launching in the Levant region its Optimus Vu. The iteration of the Vu that will be launched ...
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