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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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Samsung app captures everything you do, right after LG

Samsung app captures everything you do, right after LG

It would appear that the idea of capturing every single thing you do - aka "life logging" has permeated the likes of Samsung. They've had an app leak today that's called "Life Times", one which captures anything you want it to capture, just so long as its on the smartphone you're running the app on. LG has an app that's rather similar - one called Life Square - already running on devices like the LG G Flex.

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LG G Flex hands-on: AT&T gets curvy

LG G Flex hands-on: AT&T gets curvy

Just because a smartphone can flex, doesn't mean it will on a regular basis. The LG G Flex does have the term in its title, but - rather similar to the S Pen in the Samsung Galaxy Note series - the amount of times we're seeing the feature in action is not one whole heck of a lot. Here LG goes gigantic - with a device that's curved and CAN flex, but does a lot better at describing its best uses when you first slide it into your pocket.

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LG G Flex AT&T release hits Friday with full curve

LG G Flex AT&T release hits Friday with full curve

The massive smartphone with a bend to it coming to the United States courtesy of LG called the LG G Flex is about to arrive on AT&T this week. The folks at AT&T responsible for releasing information about this device suggest that there's a few oddities on this device that aren't there for the international version, namely AT&T apps, but also a set of powerful components that make this release just as powerful as any other iteration released nationally or internationally.

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NPD shows Apple, Samsung, LG growing while others shrink

NPD shows Apple, Samsung, LG growing while others shrink

This week the NPD Group/Connected Intelligence Connected Home Report for the fourth quarter of 2012 was released, showing how Apple and Samsung are pulling in the biggest profit from the continued growth of smartphone popularity in the United States. They show that LG, too, saw some growth over the past year, while groups like HTC, Motorola, and BlackBerry saw losses in penetration. Even the "other" category shrunk while the biggest brands continued to whisk away market share.

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