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LG debuts razor-thin OLED 4K TVs

LG debuts razor-thin OLED 4K TVs

Today at LG's press conference, the company debuted their new "LG Signature" line of products. The company described these products as "creating a sense of exclusivity and uniqueness" for the user. The flagship product for this new line was their new OLED 4K TV.

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LG gram 13-inch: maybe this is Windows’ MacBook killer?

LG gram 13-inch: maybe this is Windows’ MacBook killer?

LG has quietly revealed the LG gram 13-inch, a laptop that runs Windows 10 and looks to take on the ubiquitous simplicity of the best-selling notebook in the industry. This machine has a 13-inch Full HD (1080p) display and a body that is 1/2-inch thin and weighs in at 980 grams. The outer bits are made from "durable magnesium alloy" and inside you'll find a newest-gen Intel i5 Core Processor. This device will come in several colors, one of which is Snow White - another of which is Gold.

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LG K smartphones to offer budget friendly photography

LG K smartphones to offer budget friendly photography

At CES 2016 this week, LG will unsurprisingly be revealing some new smartphones. Surprisingly, it won't be one of its expected flagships, like a new G or V smartphone. Instead, LG is launching a new line of handsets with the "K" initial that focuses primarily on cameras. Almost like an indirect nod to Samsung's Galaxy K Zoom camera smartphone. A key difference is that these devices are meant to be wallet friendly smartphones instead of top of the line devices, intended for a younger, not to mention selfie-loving, crowd.

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LG Display brings rollable OLED newspaper to CES 2016

LG Display brings rollable OLED newspaper to CES 2016

LG Display said it was pumping $8.7bn into OLED development, and some of the early fruits of that investment at showing up at CES this week. The company might not have a wide range of products commercially available with the prototype and proof-of-concept screens, but it is looking across more than just living rooms and smartphones for where the panels will be used.

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LG starts CES 2016 big with 98-inch 8K TV and more

LG starts CES 2016 big with 98-inch 8K TV and more

Picked up a 4K television yet? If not, you're now even further behind the curve, with LG bringing a 98-inch 8K TV to CES this year. Billed by the company has its first production-ready 98-inch 8K SUPER UHD TV, the unnamed set isn't actually scheduled to hit stores until the second half of this year - presumably to give you time to save up - but there are plenty of Ultra HD models to tide you over.

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Apple’s OLED screens for iPhones to come from Samsung, LG

Apple’s OLED screens for iPhones to come from Samsung, LG

The mobile world is sometimes a funny one. The coined word "frenemies" seems to be perfect to describe some of the relationships here. Sometimes vicious rivals in public can actually be partners and suppliers in private. Take for example this latest rumor about Apple's 2018 iPhones, which in turn are rumored to finally switch to OLED displays. Those panels are now said to be provided by two Korean manufacturers, namely LG and Samsung, the latter of whom is Apple's sword rival in the smartphone biz.

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LG’s cylindrical SmartThinQ Hub has its own LCD display

LG’s cylindrical SmartThinQ Hub has its own LCD display

Amazon might have started the "tube trend" with its Echo smart assistant, followed by Google's OnHub router. One thing neither of those have, however, is a visual display. That is what LG is trying to propose with its new SmartThinQ Hub, an IoT nexus with a similarly cylindrical form and loud speakers to deliver music and audible notifications. It sets itself apart, however, with its display that delivers readable messages and statuses for those who prefer more discreet forms of communication from the smart home commander.

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LG says it sold 450,000 LG V10 in the US in 45 days

LG says it sold 450,000 LG V10 in the US in 45 days

Although it has almost been leaked to death, the LG V10 still came as a pleasant surprise, especially considering how the rumors about the "second display" were basically spot on. Although LG already had an LG G4 flagship, the V10 practically trumps it in many ways, including, apparently, reception in the US market. The Korean manufacturer was only too happy to reveal that in the 45 days since it launched, it managed to sell more than 450,000 units in the US alone. That's devices sold and not merely shipped, hinting at many changes in the market. At least based on LG's analysis.

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LG G5 specs leak again, full metal body, dual rear cameras

LG G5 specs leak again, full metal body, dual rear cameras

It's never too early to have some juicy gossip about upcoming flagships, especially when said flagship will be coming early as well. That is allegedly the case for the LG G5, which is rumored to debut and launch a lot earlier than LG's usual convention. So here we've got another set of leaked specs for LG's early 2016 flagship, which confirms the previous set we've seen earlier this month but also adds some interesting, and some disappointing, bits as well.

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New premium LG SIGNATURE line to be unveiled at CES 2016

New premium LG SIGNATURE line to be unveiled at CES 2016

Korean manufacturer LG puts dozens of consumer electronics products every year to the point that it might be hard to decide which one to buy or even save up for. This coming CES 2016, LG will be trying to make that decision a bit easier, though probably also more expensive. It will be revealing a new lineup of premium home entertainment and appliance products that will bear its new LG SIGNATURE brand. And from the tone and looks of things, it will be a set that will flaunt some luxury design elements and perhaps price tags to match their class.

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