The amount of deals on Android phones can make your head spin. Truth be told, some are not even worth a second glance, but once in a while you can come across a real treasure. For example, the latest offer from FreedomPop is truly hard to resist. What’s so amazing about this particular deal? The carrier will give you one year of free unlimited FreedomPop service when you buy the LG G3.
Watching Samsung making its first steps in the VR world, the other giant mobile manufacturer in Korea couldn’t resist to stay behind. Today, in order to promote their latest flagship and perhaps to raise its sales, LG announced VR headsets for the G3. Offered for free with the purchase of the LG G3, the plastic headset will allow you to transform your phone into the VR hardware, so as to enable for the full usage of the phone’s QHD display and advanced rear-facing speaker potential.
What’s the best about holiday season? Beautiful decorations? Joyful songs? Delicious food? Snow (if there ever snows where you live)? While we love it all, there’s something even better that we are treated to every year come mid-November – the best prices on electronics you can get throughout the year. Thanks to holiday promotions you can grab great phones virtually for free. For example, the LG G3 and HTC One M8 are now on sale on Amazon for a penny on contract with Verizon, AT&T and Sprint.
On the mobile market dominated by Android, the rivalry among phone manufacturers is so fierce that choosing the right smartphone is an incredibly hard task. The task is even harder when we want to give the phone as a gift to our loved-one. Which one to choose to make them happy? In order to help you make the proper decision, we’ve prepared the holiday buyer’s guide on the best Android phones of November / December 2014 that may be great gift ideas.
One of the America’s top carriers, the US Cellular, has announced that it is now selling the LG G3 smartphone plus the LG G Pad 7.0 in its retail stores and its officially website as well. As promised in September the carrier has kept its word, so that its customers as of now can have easy access to the budget friendly devices without having to switch operators. The popular LG G3 and LG G Pad 7.0 can be yours for $99 on contract or with $0 down payment with monthly installments.
All the most anticipated smartphones of this year, such as the iPhone 6 or the Galaxy Note 4 are official and one by one they start to arrive at carriers’ stores. It can mean only one thing – prices of older device will be dropping. Actually, some of them already have – the LG G3, Samsung Galaxy S5, Galaxy Note 3 and Apple iPhone 5S just got cheaper thanks to T-Mobile recent sale.
The LG G3 is a premium smartphone and like most devices of its class is priced accordingly. For this reason, the phone may be out of reach for less well-off customers when it’s sold at its regular price. Luckily for such users, and everyone else who likes to save money while shopping, Best Buy is offering the handset at promotional price now. The retailer is currently selling the LG G3 for $99 on contract or $0 down with bonus $100 gift card.
That’s something we didn’t expect. The LG G3 was scheduled to go on sale on July 18th on Sprint network but guess what? The carrier is already offering the device through its stores. And we are not talking about pre-orders here. You can actually purchase the phone a week before its official release. Not only that, but Sprint is also throwing in a nice bonus in the form of a $150 American Express gift card for users who go for Sprint Easy Pay option.
As you cross out the last day in your calendar, you can’t help but imagine how wonderful it will be to finally get to hold the LG G3 and test it in all possible manners. However, unless you have loads of money to spare, you are also aware that your wallet won’t feel equally excited. Well, you can tell that little voice at the back of your head to be quiet now, because you won’t pay for the G3 as much as you thought you would. Why? Because Best Buy is selling the LG G3 for just $99.99 on contract with Sprint, AT&T or Verizon.
We have some good news for LG fans! A message from T-Mobile went out with information that they are now approving pre-orders for their version of the LG G3. The LG G3 is without a doubt a worthy successor of the last year’s flagship smartphone – the LG G2, which brought to the table innovative design including lack of physical buttons on edges and volume rocker and power button located on the back of the handset.
Every new smartphone, especially a high-end one, is supposed to beat its predecessor in some aspects. It’s not that difficult to achieve because technology changes rapidly and what is merely a dream a year before, it can be successfully implemented the year later. Things get a little more complicated when it comes to phones released more or less around the same time. Take for example the HTC One M8, Samsung Galaxy S5 or the Sony Xperia Z2 that were released few months before. Each of the devices is unique in some way but more generally speaking they are in fact offer the same set of features. LG, however, managed to equip its flagship LG G3 with features that make it better choice than other leading smartphones.
Let’s be honest, LG didn’t do the best job to keep the upcoming LG G3 in secret during the development phase. We may even say that the LG G3 was one of the worst kept secrets of recent weeks. In fact, it has been a quite long time since the phone ceased to have any secrets at all. Some of the very few things we didn’t get to know so far was the pricing and availability. All these details, however, were revealed just a while ago during LG’s event held simultaneously in San Francisco, New York, and London. Ladies and gentlemen, the LG G3 flagship smartphone for 2014 is official.
The LG G3 is one of the worst kept secrets of recent weeks. Hardly a day goes by without a new leak making its way to the web so at this point there’s very little that we don’t know about the phone. On May 27th LG will hold an event during which the new flagship will be unveiled, however, after today’s massive leak it will be just a formality. To say that it was a leak is a huge understatement. In fact, LG itself revealed the highly anticipated LG G3’s specifications in full at a pre-announcement event with one of Korean retailers.
Don’t you just love the Internet? A premium smartphone is expected to be announced in a little under two weeks and we already know how it looks. Courtesy of an anonymous tipster, a new set of images portraying the LG G3 in Gold and Titanium leaked out ahead of the phone’s announcement which is expected to take place on May 27th. The images give the impression of being legit and we have a feeling that they are official press renders.
The LG G3 has been very popular recently. Mere three days after live photos of the phone leaked out, another set of images popped up to the public. This time round we are treated to official press renders which showed up three weeks ahead of the handset’s unveiling scheduled for May 27th. The event will take place in three cities – London, New York, and San Francisco. A day later, on May 28th, the LG G3 will be announced in Singapore, Istanbul, and Seoul.
The LG G3 is almost here. A little over three weeks from today, on May 27th, we will know everything there is to know about the Korean company’s flagship phone for 2014. As the date approaches, leaks and rumors pick up intensity. Some of them are worth our attention, others not so much. Today, however, we a have a real treat for you. Live photos of the LG G3 leaked out online which give as a nice picture what to expect in terms of the phone’s design and build.
Smartphone makers usually do what they can to keep their unannounced products under wraps for as long as possible, but true enthusiasts always find a way to get to the most juicy details. In this case of the upcoming LG G3 the task was easy thanks to a document that leaked out on Sprint’s website. Specs revealed in the file give us a pretty good idea of what to expect and confirm that the phone will be a real monster phone – meant as a compliment, of course.
The display is one of these components that smartphone makers tend to improve when releasing a successor to flagship phone. It can be done in two ways – using a new technology, which in addition to being expensive does not guarantee of a success, or simply bumping up the screen resolution. At the moment 1920 x 1080 is as much as you can find in high-end devices, but it’s about to change. A phone with a 2,560 x 1,440 screen, also known as QHD or 2K, is expected to drop some time in 2014. According to the latest leak, a LG D850, which is believed to be the LG G3, may be the device that will arrive with a QHD display.
The LG G2 was released last year in September, and since LG launches its flagship phones once a year, it would be logical to expect that the next one will arrive around the same month in 2014. This year, however, we may expect a surprise. According to the latest report from Korean media, the company may release the LG G3 in May, with the day 17th being mention as quite possible.
Vivo with its Xplay 3S pioneered the 1440p display department. As it was to be expected, leading smartphone makers are preparing to follow in Vivo’s footsteps. The next device to feature a display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels is the Oppo Find 7. According to the latest rumors, the Galaxy S5 will also pack such screen. However, the list does not end here. Another phone that may sport a QHD display, which is the LG G3, or at least this is what ZDNet’s Korean branch reports.