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LG Magna, Spirit, Leon, Joy mid-range phones go global

LG Magna, Spirit, Leon, Joy mid-range phones go global

While it didn't unveil its next flagship at MWC 2015, LG did announce, or rather pre-announce, some smartphones. Among them was a batch of new mid-range devices to fill in the gap, not just in time, but also between it's high end and its low end offerings. Instead of the usual letter-based naming, however, LG opted to give these four, the LG Magna, LG Spirit, LG Leon, and LG Joy, real names, though not necessarily descriptive. And these four will begin their global trek in South America, followed by Europe and other regions before finally ending in North America.

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LG G4 photos leaked, possibly “Note” variant

LG G4 photos leaked, possibly “Note” variant

With the HTC One M9 and the Samsung Galaxy S6 set to arrive in stores in the next few weeks, we can turn our attention a bit to this year's MWC no-shows, like LG, for example. Numerous leaks of what might be the LG G4 have already surfaced, and LG itself is giving fodder by teasing what could be in its next flagship. This latest batched of leaked photos, four in total, is particularly curious. While some might bill this to be the LG G4 itself, it might very well be an LG G4 Note version instead.

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LG reveals Minibeam Pro, Minibeam TV pico projectors

LG reveals Minibeam Pro, Minibeam TV pico projectors

Not all the times do we have the luxury of having a gigantic LCD or TV display when and where we need the most. Sometimes, all we have is a blank wall or even a plain white sheet. And in those cases, you usually wouldn't have a hulking professional project at your disposal either. Good thing, then, that you have one of LG's newest Minibeam pico projectors at your disposal, to make short work of displaying anything anywhere, whether at on the spot business presentation or a cinematic movie experience at home.

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More LG G4 leaked renders seemingly confirms curved body

More LG G4 leaked renders seemingly confirms curved body

Depending on how you take these latest set of leaks, you might believe that LG is really going out of its way to be different. It has already practically hinted that the LG G4 will be unlike any of its flagships, but we only presumed that it was talking about the components and the construction. But now it seems that it will also be making it slightly different in design. This new pair of alleged leak renders seem to confirm something that was only hinted at with a previous leak: the LG G4 will be slightly curved.

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Leaked image claims to be LG G4 render

Leaked image claims to be LG G4 render

During MWC, we had new smartphones hit the market from just about every major smartphone maker out there. We had new devices from Samsung, new devices from Motorola, and new devices from HTC. The big smartphone maker that we didn’t have a new device from at the show was LG. We had heard LG was working on the G4, but wanted to hold off until after the big unveils at MWC to show off its new device.

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LG Watch Urbane hands-on – Android Wear in metal

LG Watch Urbane hands-on – Android Wear in metal

You can’t accuse LG of slacking on Android Wear, with the LG Watch Urbane the third model to run Google’s smartwatch platform. Announced a few weeks back, but making its official debut here at Mobile World Congress 2015, the new smartwatch keeps the circular P-OLED touchscreen of its G Watch R predecessor, but frames it in a brand new, high-quality metal casing for a feel more akin to traditional timepieces.

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LG Watch Urbane LTE hands-on – Phone freedom

LG Watch Urbane LTE hands-on – Phone freedom

LG has two smartwatches for MWC 2015, but it’s the LG Watch Urbane LTE that’s arguably the most interesting. Packing LTE for standalone connectivity rather than demanding a nearby paired smartphone, and running not Android Wear but a heavily modified version of webOS, it may look like its Watch Urbane sibling, but that’s only skin - or metal - deep. Read on for some first-impressions from here in Barcelona.

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LG reveals Ultra HD TV spring lineup availability and pricing

LG reveals Ultra HD TV spring lineup availability and pricing

LG has revealed both the pricing and the availability of its new 4K Ultra HD televisions for 2015, and chief among them is its new 4K UHD OLED TV, which is set to be available this spring. Aside from the OLED offering, the rest of the sets are 4K LED televisions with different features and price points, all of them also set to arrive this spring. There are a total of six different models, most of which are being offered in a trio of sizes.

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Cook said to confirm Apple Watch is showerproof, lasts a day

Cook said to confirm Apple Watch is showerproof, lasts a day

We're just two months away from the Apple Watch launch and things still seem not to be set in stone. Some new features or misfeatures about Apple's first wearable foray are still coming in. For this round, the source is supposedly none other than CEO Tim Cook himself. Speaking to a crowd of Apple employees at a flagship store in Berlin, Cook was said to have given some good news for worried would be Apple Watch owners: the smartwatch is resistant enough to use in the shower.

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LG Watch Urbane update brings LTE, NFC

LG Watch Urbane update brings LTE, NFC

LG has taken its Android Wear efforts up a couple notches with its upcoming LG Watch Urbane, an incredibly stylish and sophisticated smartwatch that blends in among other snazzy timepieces while bringing smart functionality that trumps the average wrist wearable. LG will be showing off the watch at Mobile World Congress 2015 next week, but it's not letting that timeline slow it down: the maker has already pushed out an update for the watch, adding more features that increase its appeal.

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