The V20 is the latest phablet offering from LG, an upgrade over last year’s V10. It comes with high quality audio features, a great pair of dual cameras, lots of customizations and runs Android 7.0, Nougat. If you’re looking for a decent alternative to the Note 7, look no further than the V20.
Are you looking for a phone that’s powerful, takes advantage of some of the latest mobile technologies, has a removable battery and expandable storage? Look no further than the LG G5.
The Optimus G Pro marked the beginning of a shift in design for LG. That shift continues with the minimal, gleaming and beautiful LG G2. Looks are enough to catch attention, but LG is going to need more than a good looking phone to make the G2 a success on par with Samsung and Apple’s lineup. So, can the LG G2 work as well as it looks? Read on to find out.
Android may be dominated by Samsung and HTC, but LG is making some noise in the arena as well. LG’s Nexus 4 sold out in less than 30 minutes, though their Optimus G was a flop in comparison to competitors like the Galaxy Note 2. With the Optimus G Pro LG takes another swing at creating a “phablet”. The Optimus G Pro is quite the powerhouse, but can all that power compensate for an incredibly boring design?