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LG Stylo 6 brings a stylus-toting mid-range phone to Boost Mobile

LG Stylo 6 brings a stylus-toting mid-range phone to Boost Mobile

The combination of a coronavirus pandemic and the increasingly steep prices of premium phones may have forced many consumers to rethink their mobile lifestyle. In the US alone, first-quarter sales figures revealed that a Samsung mid-tier handset was, in fact, the best-selling phone for the first three months of 2020. Just in time for that sudden but perhaps temporary shift in buying trends, LG and Boost Mobile are launching the Stylo 6 for a pinch of affordable content consumption and creation.

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LG Wing phone will rotate its screen to reveal a second display below

LG Wing phone will rotate its screen to reveal a second display below

LG has more or less given up on its old number-based naming scheme, or at least it has started using more descriptive names for its new line of mass premium phones. The first of its kind is the LG Velvet, so named for its supposedly velvet-smooth design. Its next phone doesn't have a formal name yet but it's leaked to be codenamed "Wing". Whether that's because this T-shaped phone looks like a plane or whether because it's second display is like a wingman, we can only guess based on the odd idea that's supposed to solve a not so common problem.

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LG Velvet phone revealed in full: Suddenly, a star

LG Velvet phone revealed in full: Suddenly, a star

The LG Velvet reminds us of the LG Chocolate, a release that signified the brand's willingness to focus on the COOL factor. LG Velvet is an Android smartphone with an industrial design that's intentional. Instead of attempting to hide any single element in the device's less-than-AAA feature set, this device celebrates all the hardware with which it's been assigned.

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LG Velvet already in Korean stores, interesting pricing scheme revealed

LG Velvet already in Korean stores, interesting pricing scheme revealed

LG has been notorious for dropping clues before a product lunch but this year it didn't even bother with that. It practically announced every interesting detail about the LG Velvet and even has the phone available in stores for photos and videos. It has now even revealed how much the phone will cost as well as a rather intriguing proposition for those who will be buying into its first mass premium phone next week.

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LG Velvet poses for photos, flaunts design and specs

LG Velvet poses for photos, flaunts design and specs

LG has all but already announced its next "mass premium" phone when it revealed the core specs of the LG Velvet last week. That practically leaves nothing left to surprise us but does still have a few pieces missing from the complete puzzle. Fortunately, someone fro South Korea was able to grab a few shots of the phone that not only showed how it would look (but not feel) in one's hand but also fill in some of the blanks that LG left out.

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LG Velvet details pre-announced by LG two weeks before launch

LG Velvet details pre-announced by LG two weeks before launch

LG has long had the habit of dropping breadcrumbs of clues surrounding its upcoming new smartphone. This year, considering it can't really hold a physical event to launch its next big thing, LG seems to be mixing things up a bit. Instead of teasing each and every new piece of technology that will go into the LG Velvet, the company has surprisingly just announced most but not all of it. And that's with more than two weeks left before it actually launches the phone in South Korea at least.

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LG Velvet mid-range specs come with a high-end accessory

LG Velvet mid-range specs come with a high-end accessory

Those hoping for a new kind of LG premium flagship may have had their dreams already crushed by LG itself. In one teaser, the company confirmed the LG Velvet would run not on a Snapdragon 865 5G but a Snapdragon 765 5G. That earmarks the phone as a "mass premium", a.k.a. mid-range handset but the latest leaks about the Velvet's specs and partner accessory could at least increase its appeal among LG fans.

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LG Velvet will bring its Waterdrop design in four colors on this date

LG Velvet will bring its Waterdrop design in four colors on this date

LG's new design language is a fresh break from years of the same design but it might also come as a disappointment to some looking for premium flagship specs. Still, LG is not one to shy away from stirring things up to see what resonates with consumers, both present and future. The LG Velvet will be its first stab at redefining its image in what it promises will delight both the eyes and the hands and it will finally be unveiling that to the public in two weeks.

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LG Velvet design completely revealed along with some features

LG Velvet design completely revealed along with some features

LG is embarking on a new journey to reinvent its image almost quite literally even. It is, for the first time in a long while, not only changing its smartphone design, it's also changing its naming convention. Those changes will be first in the LG Velvet, which the company was only too happy to publicly name. Now it's doing more than that and revealing its final design as well as one key aspect that defines what it will be.

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LG Velvet phone marks the end of LG G and V series

LG Velvet phone marks the end of LG G and V series

LG Electronics, specifically its mobile division, is undergoing a shift. For years it has been bleeding despite putting out commendable if not excellent phones and innovative features. In some cases, like the modular LG G5 and this latest dual screen breed, it may be just way ahead of its time. In other cases, it might be a matter of marketing and appearances. LG definitely seems to think so and is announcing the new LG Velvet phone that could mark the start of a new ear and the end of an old one.

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LG 2020 NanoCell lineup brings 8K and 4K LCD TV to the US

LG 2020 NanoCell lineup brings 8K and 4K LCD TV to the US

It may sound a bit wrong or inappropriate but recent events may have been the break that the home entertainment and consumer electronics markets have direly needed for the past years. Streaming subscriptions and product sales have gone up as people prepare to get locked up inside their homes for days even weeks. It is, of course, an opportune time for companies like LG to launch new products, like a dozen new NanoCell LCD TVs following LG's rollout of its OLED TV lineup last month.

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LG new flagship will finally have a new design

LG new flagship will finally have a new design

LG's flagship phones have changed over the course of the decade, sporting novel features like rear control buttons, modular parts, or, most recently, second screens. That said, the overall design of LG's G and even V series phones have actually been visually similar for a few generations now. The company has just revealed a new design language that, given recent information, could be what the next LG G flagship or its replacement brand.

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