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  • LG G3 Could Arrive By May
    Posted on March 13, 2014 by keith holland


    While most think of phones like the Nexus 5, Samsung Galaxy S4, or Sony's line of phones when they think Android, LG changed the conversation with the launch of the LG G2. A true powerhouse, the G2 impressed with its elite processing power and even better battery. It was the souped up smartphone that converts IOS users to Android and other Android users to LG. With the pending launch of the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the All New HTC One just around the corner, it's inevitable that the follow up, the LG G3, will be discussed as well. Here is what we know about the LG G3.


    The new LG G3, first of all, is slated for a May release. This puts it in place to follow up both the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the All New HTC One, putting it in good stead to get ahead of the new Apple iPhone and not be too far away from the hot releases preceding it.


    The most prominent feature we know about is the device's reported screen size. At 2560x1440. This would make this phone one of the first 2K screens in a consumer handheld device and slightly nudge itself ahead of it's major competitor the Galaxy S5. It's expected that the G3 will feature a 64-bit processor, once again putting it ahead of the GS3 and entering the fray with Apple for 64-bit supremacy. Camera-wise, the rumoured 16-megapixel puts it the same category as its competitors but miles behind some of the camera offerings being dangled by Sony and Nokia. Other rumours suggest the G3 could feature a water and dust proof chassis, making it possible that this phone could also focus on appealing to the fitness crowd.


    The LG G3 should be another powerful offering from LG. We'll have to wait and see what else LG has in store over the coming weeks for the G3.



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  • Christmas is coming soon and PureMobile knows that. Because of that, PureMobile will be offering cases from many leading phones at 20% off over the course of the holiday season. The first phone on the docket is the LG G2. Right now on PureMobile, save 20% on all LG G2 cases including cases from LG, Otterbox, and Incipio. In addition to the savings available on PureMobile, we are offering free shipping until Christmas. That means we are saving you money both in the form of exclusive savings, and shipping costs. With that in mind, here are three LG G2 cases available in this promo.


    LG Folio Case



    Protect your LG G2 in style. This case is the perfect flip case for your LG G2. Made by LG for LG, this Folio Case protects your phone while making it even more useful thanks to the flip cover adding new features to your phone. This case is made with high quality materials and protects from dust and scratches.


    Otterbox Defender G2



    Protect your LG G2 with the legendary protection of Otterbox and the Defender Series. This case uses a multi-layered design to protect your phone from the elements and physical damage. This case features a built in screen protector, defending not just the body of the phone, but the screen as well.


    Puregear Slimshell



    Express yourself with our vividly colored slim shell line. Each case is incarnated with fresh flavors from smooth blueberry cream to juicy raspberry melon. Go ahead, pick your flavor for your LG G2 today. This case protects from daily wear and tear in style and combines rubber and flexible polycarbonate to protect your LG G2.


    This deal runs until Thursday, so check out PureMobile, pick up a case for your LG G2, and enjoy free shipping and great savings from PureMobile.



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  • The LG G2 Phone Review
    Posted on August 14, 2013 by keith holland

     


    A phone which isn’t scared to show some screen, the LG G2 uses its big screen and strong hardware to show you its potential, but lets its software and interface drag it down a bit. Call it a case of having all the tools, but lacking a tool box, this phone could do any job if it just knew how to put it all together. Unfortunately we are left with a hot mess of high-end hardware and unfulfilled promise.



    The LG G2 features a very pretty 5.2 inch full HD screen. Its looks are aided further by the fact that the screen takes up almost the entire front of the device. No dark areas around it, the front is pretty much all screen. The phone itself is built on a plastic chassis which leaves something to be desired. Additionally, the phone features hi-fi audio. While it doesn’t match the HTC One’s true stereo sound it certainly is a welcome addition that goes unnoticed by many phone makers.


    The G2 features some hefty specs. It comes loaded with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chip running at 2.26 GHz with 2 GB of RAM. In addition to this horsepower bump, this phone also ships with a massive 3,000 mAh battery that LG promises will give you 1.2 days of usage. If those claims hold up then hallelujah! Someone finally listening and put a 21st Century battery in a 21st Century device.


    Now, where it gets interesting. The G2 features a display that takes up the whole screen. This is made possible by moving the phones buttons to the back of the phone. While the attempt at innovation is admirable, it is nearly impossible to make something like this work for people with very different hand sizes. Not everyone is going to like this feature. Secondly, the Android 4.2. Jelly Bean OS is very cluttered thanks to LG’s special touches to the software. This leaves you wishing they would of just left it alone. It introduces some elements that work, but are overly complicated


    Bottom line, the LG G2 is a sports car, but a sports car with the pedals reversed and a steering wheel that turns the opposite way. This phone has so much power but evidently has no idea what to do with it. People who prefer a highly customized experience will enjoy the G2, but casual phones users who want a phone that works exactly like you want out of the box should steer away from this smartphone.


     


    Pros


    -Awesome screen


    -Powerful processor


    -Great battery


     


    Cons


    -Complicated interface


    -Plastic chassis


    -Interesting button placement


     


    Specs


    Weight : 143 grams


    Size : 138.5 x 70.9 x 8.9 mm


    Screen : 5.2 inches


    OS : Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean


    Camera : 13 megapixel rear-facing, 2.1 megapixel front-facing



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  • LG G2 To Be Announced August 7th
    Posted on August 5, 2013 by keith holland


    Apple, Samsung, and HTC better have August 7th circled on their calendars. This is the day that a new high-end smartphone is entering the market. LG's G2 is the new contender. Boasting some high-end components and performance, this phone is sure to add another dynamic layer to the phone market and further push tech as companies are forced to take notice.


    While we still don't know every feature of the LG G2, what we do know is already staggering. The LG G2 will be powered by a 2.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 SoC with 2 GB of RAM. The screen is huge, measuring in at 5.2 inches. The screen is of course full HD and will have a resolution of 1920x1080. It will house a 13 megapixel camera and will also feature dual speakers, taking on the HTC One as another smartphone with stereo sound. Lastly, this LTE phone will run on the Android 4.2.2 Operating System. Clearly this phone was built and designed to challenge the best of the best.


    There are some interesting factors to be determined when it comes to this phone. Firstly, while it is being unveiled on the 7th, we don't know when this phone will be on shelves. Secondly, a phone with the specs that the G2 has should be quite expensive. In order to catch attention LG will need to be competitive price wise. In fact, undercutting the current crop of phones would introduce some real mayhem to the market and make things very interesting for the big phone companies. Lastly, we don't know if these are the full specs for the phone. How much more can they cram in that chassis? We'll have to wait and see if LG stands pat or has any tricks up their sleeve. PureMobile will be on top of the announcement and we'll keep you updated on this new smartphone from LG.



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  • This week kicked off with a bonanza of Nexus news from Google

     


    Hurricane warnings mat have put an end to Google's plans for an October 29 event, but Android fans won't have been disappointed with what Googled offered up on Monday instead: a bonanza of news about their highly anticipated upcoming Nexus devices.


    In lieu of an event unveiling, Google has simply made an announcement online, confirming what most of us have been suspecting for some time – A Samsung-made Nexus 10 tablet, and an LG-made Nexus 4 smartphone.


    The rumors of an LG Nexus 4 smartphone have been confirmed by Google

     


    The fact that the new gadgets couldn't be revealed live didn't seem to lessen the impact of the announcement, as major news organizations and leading tech sites jumped onto the Nexus news en masse.


    Now, we're breaking down all the latest talk to give you the major points of this dual announcement.


    Release dates and pricing:


    Both the Nexus 10 tablet and Nexus 4 phone will be available as of November 13 in the U.S and Canada, as well as in several European countries and Japan for the Nexus 10.


    Google's pricing the unlocked LG Nexus 4 at 8GB for $299, and 16GB for $349 or $199 through T-Mobile with a 2-year contract.


    Specs and reviews:


    There's already been a lot of positive reactions to the Nexus 10.


    With a slightly more curved body than most of us had anticipated, the entirely Samsung-made tablet has a 10" display that Gizmodo's calling better than retina at 300 pixels per inch.


    Inside, it boasts a a dual-core 1.7GHz Samsung Exynos processor, 2 GB of RAm, and is available in either 16 GB or 32 GB models.


    Powered by Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean), it's also got front and back cameras and front-facing stereo speakers.


    The new Samsung Nexus 10 tablet

     


    As for the new LG smartphone, the Nexus 4 also runs on Android 4.2 and, like the Nexus 10 tablet, has gotten good reviews, with Gizmodo claiming "it might be the best Android phone yet."


    A collaboration between Google and LG, it bears a lot of resemblance to the LG Optimus G, but has a more rounded body, better software, and new features like PhotoSphere and Gesture typing.


    Behind its 4.7", 320 ppi screen, it's got a quad-core 1.5 GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, 2 GB of RAM, and comes in either 8 GB or 16 GB models.


    A couple of other strong points are its 8 megapixel rear-facing camera, and the fact that it supports wireless charging.


    If you're looking for detailed specs, TechCrunch has a pretty complete list for both devices here.


    Meanwhile, we'd like to know what you think about Google's new Nexus devices. Are you planning to get one? Both? How do you think they live up to all the hype? Leave your opinion in the comments section.




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  • Carphone Warehouse leaked, well, everything about the next Nexus smartphone

     


    As writer Ernest Hamlin Abbott once put it, "rumors are not news; but they sometimes foreshadow news."


    And, boy, have the rumors ever been stacking up concerning Google's next Nexus device, even though Google's expected to be saving any official news about it until their October 29 event.


    Still, between the speculation that the new Android phone will be LG-made, the pictures, and even a premature review, we've already learned quite a bit about the upcoming Nexus 4.


    And today, a new leak from retailer Carphone Warehouse revealed pretty much everything else, right down to the LG phone's specs, price and expected release date.


    Advertising pre-orders for the phone, Carphone Warehouse has listed a price of £389.95. And their description boasts that the new smartphone has a 4.7" LCD display, and "the fastest and smoothest version of Android yet," Android OS 4.2 Jelly Bean, as well as some new features:


    "Search gets smarter with Google Now. You ask. Google answers, instantly, and with all the detail you want... Stay in touch with Gesture Typing, a faster way of typing that lets you spell words by dragging your finger across the screen from letter to letter."


    Meanwhile, Carphone Warehouse sets October 30 as the start date for delivery, just one day after Google's event. Though, after this last and possibly most comprehensive leak, there isn't much Google could tell us about their latest smartphone that we don't already know.




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  • Leaked pictures of what appears to be an LG-made future Nexus device surfaced this week

     


    They usually stand for "life's good," but this week, LG's trademark letters stood for something else entirely – "leaks guaranteed."


    If you're building a new smartphone, as LG appears to be, you can pretty much assume someone's going to get a picture of it, and that before too long, the whole of the internet is going to see it.


    All that glitters is not yet to be sold: the sparkly backing of the new LG E960

     


    The leak in question this time is what appears to be an LG-made Nexus device. Judging by the leaked photos, which appeared in the XDA-Developers forum, Engaget says the LG E960 "appears to be a variant of the Optimus G – until you realize that it's using software navigation keys, doesn't quite resemble the international or AT&T Optimus G models and is oddly badged as the 'Full JellyBean on Mako.'"


    The "next Nexus," LG's E960, is shown running on Android 4.1.2

     


    Both Engaget and Mobile Syrup are hailing the new Android-powered LG smartphone as the future Nexus device, with the latter noting the similarities between the E960 and the LG Optimus G.


    It's apparently got the same "rather boxy design, a 1280×768 4.7-inch IPS screen, a 1.5Ghz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal storage and that awesome-sounding 13MP camera," says Mobile Syrup.


    The device also bears some resemblance to Samsung's Galaxy Nexus, though the E960's corners seem more rounded than those of of the LG Optimus G, and it's backing is flatter, with a sleeker design than that of the Galaxy Nexus.


    A shot of the new LG device, minus the spyproof backing

     


    Meanwhile, says Mobile Syrup, the fact that the E960 has recently passed through FCC  certification "showing off PCS and AWS bands for HSPA+ and AWS bands for LTE," hints that the new smartphone is likely to be available on a number of networks, potentially making it "one of the most multi-faceted unlocked phones on the market."


    Based on the assumption that LG is in fact producing the next Nexus device – which it probably is – there's talk that the LG E960 may be ready by early November.




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  • Battery life can make or break the popularity of a cell phone. Manufacturers make a lot of promises, but in real life testing their claims rarely hold true. CNET recently updated the results of their talk-time testing. Here are their results listed in talk-time hours.


    We hope your device is near the top of (or at least on) this list:


    1. Motorola Droid Razr Maxx – 19.78
    2. LG Optimus Vu (unlocked) – 16.08
    3. Apple iPhone 4 (with 3G off) – 14.55
    4. RIM BlackBerry Curve 9360 (on T-Mobile) – 12
    5. Kyocera DuraPlus (Sprint) - 11.47
    6. Samsung Captivate Glide (AT&T) – 10.3
    7. ZTE Fury (Sprint) – 10.02
    8. Samsung Galaxy S II (U.S. Cellular) - 9.47
    9. LG Optimus 3D Max (unlocked) – 9.35
    10. Huawei Mercury (Cricket Wireless) – 9.32
    11. Apple iPhone 4S (Sprint) – 9.2
    12. Kyocera Milano (Sprint) – 9.2
    13. Samsung Focus S (AT&T) – 9.01
    14. Kyocera DuraCore (Sprint) – 8.95
    15. Samsung Rugby Smart (AT&T) – 8.9
    16. LG Lucid (Verizon) – 8.47
    17. T-Mobile Prism – 8.32
    18. RIM BlackBerry Torch 9810 (AT&T) – 8.1
    19. Pantech Swift (AT&T) – 7.27
    20. Huawei Ascend II (U.S. Cellular) – 7.25


    Here are the bottom 20 and how miserably they performed:


    1. Motorola i412 (Boost Mobile) – 3
    2. ZTE Chorus (Cricket Wireless) – 3.35
    3. LG Encore (AT&T) – 3.6
    4. LG Saber (U.S. Cellular) – 3.9
    5. Huawei M835 Ideos (MetroPCS) – 4
    6. Nokia Lumia 800 (unlocked) – 4.12
    7. RIM BlackBerry Curve 3G 9330 (Verizon) – 4.18
    8. HTC 7 Pro (U.S. Cellular) – 4.5
    9. HTC Arrive (Sprint) – 4.5
    10. Huawei Ascend 1 (Cricket Wireless) – 4.72
    11. Huawei Ideos X5 (unlocked) – 4.75
    12. Samsung Zeal (Verizon) – 4.8
    13. HTC Trophy (Verizon) – 5
    14. HTC Thunderbolt (Verizon) – 5
    15. HTC Desire (U.S. Cellular) – 5
    16. Pantech Jest 2 (Verizon) – 5.3
    17. HTC MyTouch 4G Slide (T-Mobile) – 5.4
    18. HTC Inspire 4G (AT&T) – 5.5
    19. Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G (T-Mobile) – 5.63
    20. ZTE Score (Cricket) – 5.67


    It’s interesting that there's such a wide range of results on the talk-time for the 20 best batteries, and less than three hours difference from top to bottom of the 20 worst. Note that Verizon doesn’t appear on the best list but does have five placements on the worst. It looks like the equipment itself isn't the only determining factor for battery performance.




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  • By Aldo Panessidi


    National Weather Service to text weather warnings


    Smartphone users who find themselves in the vicinity of dangerous weather will get a text message from the National Weather Service. The NWS’s new Wireless Emergency Alerts system is designed to get weather warnings to those not plugged into television or radio. Warnings will be delivered for impending rough weather due to tornadoes, hurricanes, typhoons, tsunamis, flash floods, extreme winds, blizzards, and ice and dust storms.


    The free text messages will be less than 90 characters and sent to later-model smartphones including  the Apple iPhone 4S, Samsung Galaxy S3, Galaxy S2, HTC One S, HTC One X, HTC One V, LG Optimus L7 as well as the Optimus L5 . The message will sound a special alert and then vibrate. Exactly which phone models will have system access is not yet known.


    According to Amy Storey, spokeswoman for CTIA-The Wireless Association (the trade group that helped set up the system), “These alerts will make sure people are aware of any impending danger and provide them with the information needed so they can be safe until the threat is over.”


    Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile will offer the service nationwide. To start, AT&T will only offer it in New York City, Washington, D.C. and Portland, Oregon but plans to add additional markets soon. Apple will support the service this fall. It’s not yet certain if older iPhones will get the text warnings.




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  • By Aldo Panessidi


    While cell phones are evolving to become one of our most valuable devices in our mobile lifestyle ... more and more cell phones are being damaged by water than any other way.  To this end, user's have clamoring for a completely waterproof protective cell phone case.


    Otterbox  has responded to market needs with news of the June 24th release of their new Armor series cell phone case for iPhone 4S.  This new Armor cell phone case is designed to be dust proof, drop proof, waterproof and crush proof, thus offering topmost protection.


    Otterbox has built a solid reputation for providing the safest cell phone cases on the market, their Defender and Commuter series of cases have won wide acclaim for delivering superior protection against the elements of the daily hustle and bustle.  The Otterbox Armor series is the pinnacle of protection, as demonstrated in the following video:



    A strong competitor, Lifeproof also offers cell phone cases designed on their trademark 'Four Proofs' - that is waterproof, dirtproof, snowproof and shockproof.  You can rest assured that the Lifeproof cases are designed to be a total solution for protecting your iPhone 4S from the elements as can be seen in the following video:



    The race is now on... which of these two top brands will be first to market a waterproof/shockproof cell phone cases for the BlackBerry and Android smart phones such as:


    Samsung Galaxy S 3Galaxy S 2, Galaxy S2 X, Galaxy S 2 LTE


    HTC One SHTC One X, HTC One V and HTC EVO 3D


    Nokia Lumia 900 and Nokia Lumia 800


    Motorola Droid RAZR, Motorola Defy and Motoluxe


    Sony Xperia U, Sony Xperia ION, Sony Xperia Play


    LG Optimus L7, LG Optimus 4G LTE 


    Enhance your mobility and turn your device into a power tool!  Discover select accessories such as; stylus & pens, micro SD memory cards, batteries, docking stations, Bluetooth headsets, data cables, HTC Media Link and XMI Speakers all specifically designed to make your devices functionally efficient and performance rich.




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