The first LG press renders have been spotted, bringing us the brushed appearance we’ve been seeing in leaked images. The device will follow the iPhone 5S, offering up a gold, silver, and black option. If the pics are the real deal, and actual press renders, LG has also revamped their rear button array.
There’s little we can’t guess about the LG G3 at this point. This morning LG seems to have understood the leaks are there, out in the wild, taking to the public with a teaser video that essentially confirms the lot. Today we get to see the LG G3 in glimpses straight from the source.
Two entries into the wearables universe have been re-revealed today by LG for release in the United States. In addition to the Lifeband Touch, the LG Heart Rate Earphones were given the hands-on treatment earlier this year at CES 2014. There we discovered that not only were heart rate-tracking earbuds real, but that LG had a pair ready to go at the start of this season.
Since our introduction to LG’s wearable environment earlier this year at CES 2014, we’ve been anxiously awaiting product release here in the United States. Today LG shows off both the Lifeband Touch and the Heart Rate Earphones in their final form, ready for release in the United States first, then abroad.
In an effort to rule - once again - the arena of lower-end smartphones in the United States, LG has revealed the LG Volt. This device will be rolling out with a (relatively large for a lesser-smartphone) 4.7-inch IPD display covered with Corning Gorilla Glass 2. This device will also be delivered with an 8-megapixel camera at its back.
LG keeps chipping away at the G Watch mystery, with a new video about the Android Wear wearable ahead of its upcoming launch. The smartwatch - expected to be positioned primarily as a companion device for the new LG G3, though it will work with any Android phone or tablet - could well be officially unveiled by LG later this month, at its event on May 27th.
This week we’re getting closer to the LG G3, today spotting a leaked photo of three different color iterations of the smartphone. Quite likely at launch will be the availability of gold, silver (or white), and black versions of the LG G3. This device will be delivered with a mix of glass, plastic, and metal in its physical build.
This week we’ve gotten an anonymous tip on the gold edition of the LG G3. This device appears to be working with the same body as the normal LG G3, only bringing on the brushed metal gold look we’ve seen with recent brands outside of the LG universe. This device has back-facing buttons, much like the LG G2 and LG G Flex, here working with a slightly flatter design.