Following a successful introduction of the LG G5 at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, LG will expand its reach starting this week. The LG G5 will première in South Korea starting tomorrow on March 31, and in the United States on April 1. Soon after, the G5 will appear in markets in Europe,
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LG has announced that its latest X series of smartphones will begin their global rollout starting this week. The new X cam and X screen from LG will begin their rollout starting with their home market of South Korea before moving on to launch in other markets through Europe, Latin America and Asia afterwards.
To recap, LG’s first two entries in its X series pack firmly middle-of-the-road specs. The X cam’s claim to fame is that is [Read More…]
Opera has launched its Apps Club worldwide, a subscription service for premium Android apps that provide developers access to more markets with “all you can download” plans. Consumers, who may have not been able to via traditional store methods due to low credit card penetration, can then take advantage of these offers. Think of it as a Netflix-style subscription service, but instead of just TV shows and films, you can unlock content in supported apps.
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LG has announced that its latest budget phones, the K10 and K4, will be starting their global rollout in key markets this week. The initial launch will see the two smartphones rolling out across Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). And LG says that the devices will begin landing across Latin America, the Middle East and Asia in the coming weeks.
As a refresher, LG’s K series is meant to offer an attractive design at [Read More…]
LG has announced that its latest mid-range smartphone, the LG Zero, will start arriving this week in Taiwan, with several other markets in Asia, Europe, and Latin America to follow.
LG Ray is now official, becoming the latest entry-level offering from the South Korean manufacturer. The phone will be available in the CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) region later this week, followed by Latin America. LG is targeting 3G markets with the handset, which comes with a brushed-metal finish at the back along with rear-mounted volume and power buttons.
Sprint has announced the rollout of its LTE Plus network, available now in 77 of the carrier’s markets. Built using LTE Advanced technologies like carrier aggregation and beamforming, Sprint’s LTE Plus is meant to deliver faster speeds and more consistent service.
Samsung is planning to bring Samsung Pay to China, Spain, and the UK at the start of 2016, after debuting in the US and South Korea on the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge. Samsung managed to process $ 30 million in transactions in South Korea during the first month of operation.
Motorola’s David Schuster took to Google+ today to announce that the company is set to start the initial deployment for Android 6.0 Marshmallow to the Moto X Style in Brazil and India and the Moto X (2014) in Brazil, while the updated is expected to start rolling out for the 2015 Moto X Pure Edition in the “next few weeks.”