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LG G Flex AT&T Review

LG G Flex AT&T Review

With the AT&T version of the LG G Flex, we're getting another look at what it means to work with what this manufacturer calls the world's first curved, flexible display. While we did get a rather healthy look with our LG G Flex Review back in December, our US-based review here and now gives us the states-based vision. The carrier-based vision, that is, and from a slightly different reviewer's perspective as well.

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LG tablet redux in 2013 tip sources

LG tablet redux in 2013 tip sources

LG is mulling a return to the tablet market, Korean sources claim, with a new model tipped for release sometime in the second half of 2013, and potentially as early as Q3. Details of the speculated slate are in short supply, and according to Munhwa it's uncertain whether LG will opt for Windows or Android to power its renewed attempt on the big-screen mobility ecosystem.

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SlashGear 2012 Holiday Gift Guide: Smartphones

SlashGear 2012 Holiday Gift Guide: Smartphones

In the smartphone universe you're going to have some sorting to do starting with the carrier your gift receiver is working with. More than likely you're a parent or a significant other if you're purchasing a smartphone on-contract for that special someone, this meaning you've got a fair understanding of which carrier they'll be working with. After that, it's all about finding the best device for them based on their specific wants and needs.

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HTC DLX phablet teased in photoshopped forgeries [UPDATE]

HTC DLX phablet teased in photoshopped forgeries [UPDATE]

You may be having a freak-out session right this minute over a set of "spy shots" released to the press via Android Central - if you'll have a closer look, you'll see some photoshop magic. [UPDATE: not so fast!*] These images show the HTC DLX with a 5-inch display, 4G LTE from Verizon, Beats Audio integrated, back-facing camera with single LED flash, and a rather thin/tall body overall. All of this photoshopped nonsense doesn't disprove, on the other hand, that Verizon could be planning their next big DROID Incredible device.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: October 12, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: October 12, 2012

Welcome to Friday, folks. The weekend is here once again, and what better way to kick off the festivities than with a Windows 8 purchase? The new OS went up for pre-order today, while a number of other Windows 8-related stories were popping up all over the place. For instance, we found out that the marketing campaign for Windows 8 cost Microsoft a whopping $1.5 billion, and a collection of HP computers were spotted running Windows 8 on the show floor of one Best Buy store in Minnesota.

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LG Nexus G tipped for late October reveal

LG Nexus G tipped for late October reveal

With more than a year having passed since the last time Google revealed a brand new Nexus smartphone - yes, it's been that long - it would appear that the late-October tip appearing today for a Google-clean LG device could be very possible. It's CNET that has a source speaking on how the end of October will be the time for LG to bring on the heat with their first-ever contribution to the Nexus lineup. This information comes immediately following a MoDaCo leak with essentially the same information plus specifications.

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Samsung sells 10m Galaxy Notes in nine months

Samsung sells 10m Galaxy Notes in nine months

There are those out there who love the Galaxy Note and those who hate it, but Samsung has managed to shift an impressive number of Notes despite the air of confusion surrounding the device. The large smartphone - or small tablet, depending on how you look at it - had been snapped up five million times in March, with Samsung reaching seven million sales in June. At yesterday’s Galaxy Note 10.1 event, the company revealed that it had sold a total of 10 million units over the course of nine months.

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Nexus 4G Next-Generation Android Ice Cream Sandwich Device in Full Suggested Detail

Nexus 4G Next-Generation Android Ice Cream Sandwich Device in Full Suggested Detail

Today there's been a what amounts to a flurry of activity surrounding the next-generation Nexus device basically certainly on the way from Google's labs and whatever carrier they decide on pairing with. The big news comes via a report coming from a source speaking with BGR that notes several new and very plausible details on the so-called Nexus 4G, aka the next step in Google-partnered Android devices toting their most vanilla version of their current mobile operating system, whatever that Android may be. What lies below is an account of everything we've learned thus far, including rumors leading back months ago. We can't wait!

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T-Mobile G2x Review

T-Mobile G2x Review

T-Mobile and LG haven't just been working on a tablet: there's also a dual-core smartphone on offer as well. The T-Mobile G2x doesn't bother with the docking accessories of AT&T's ATRIX 4G (review), instead expecting its own dual-core potential to stand on its own feet. Is this the best of a new breed of Android devices, or just a fast phone that still falls short? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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