Last year brought us tones of changes to the mobile industry. The 2017 phone design trends included almost invisible bezels, ultra-sharp OLED displays and pro-like dual cameras. What’s particularly interesting, all those features weren’t reserved to only high-end flagship devices, as some of them come down to the budget phones. And with a new year just round the corner, a new generation of new handsets is waiting to revolutionize the mobile market.
Earlier today, Amazon shared news that LG will join Prime Exclusive Phone Program. This Amazon’s exclusive offer has been enriched by four more LG-made smartphones, which the most interesting of are undoubtedly the LG G6 and LG G6 Plus. Members of the Prime can now purchase the most advanced LG phones way cheaper, which come at the price of ads on your lock screen.
Last week, the highly anticipated LG V30 has finally arrived to the US wireless carriers. Typically for a high-end handset, the phone doesn’t come for cheap. However, all those of you who have been mesmerized by the LG V30 eye-catching design and have been dreaming about getting one on your own, right now can score an incredibly lucrative deal on the device thanks to T-Mobile. For a limited time only, the Un-carrier is offering a special promo within which you can benefit from a $500 rebate on the second V30.
Recently, Sprint made a bold statement that it would be the exclusive US carrier to distribute the LG V30 Plus. Quite surprisingly, it turns out that it was a fake news and it won’t be the only carrier you can grab the handset from. US Cellular has just confirmed that both, the LG V30 and the LG V30 Plus variant, are now available to buy through online and local dealer shops across the US.
LG announced today the newest member of V-family. Introduced the V-series in 2015. Being the first of the line – the LG V10 – offered unique features like a secondary notification-dedicated display, whereas the last year’s V20 put the biggest focus on the optics and audio experience offering a feature called Quad DAC system. Debuting today the third gen of the line –the LG V30– packs all of the 2017 flagship smartphone features including super slim, almost unnoticeable bezels and dual camera system. In addition it is also the first LG-made smartphone to house a P-AMOLED display.
LG has just shared the news that they’re going to release a new member to the Q line. The LG Q8 is expected to debut at the end of this month. Despite the fact that the phone is a rebranded alternative to the last year’s V20 rather than a flagship model, it offers fairly solid specs.
LG announced a new series of smartphones whose biggest selling point is feature called „FullVision” display. The new line at the moment consists of three models including the Q6, Q6 Plus, and Q6α. All three devices are mid-range handsets with affordable pricing combining essential specs of the LG premium phones.
We, smartphone users, all love our devices, however, we experience one small problem – battery life of our devices is too short. Conscious of how frustrating it is to find out that we don’t have enough power to make a call in a crucial moment, LG releases the X Charge. Being a solution to the low battery capacity issue, the phone provides massive battery and a package of mid-range specs at a low price. The newly announced handset is now available Comcast’s Xfinity Mobile network.
When first smartphones hit the market, the old good flip phones fell into oblivion almost immediately. Such a design is a rarity nowadays. However, if you feel a bit nostalgic about flip phones, you will surely be glad to hear that Verizon has just expanded its lineup by the LG Exalt LTE. Although the device may be considered a basic phone by majority of users, it has one special feature that makes it stand out of the crowd, namely – 4G LTE support.
LG new rugged Android smartphone features armor-like body shell and will be sold at AT&T priced only $11 per month
Looking for a reliable smartphone for your adventurous summer holiday? If so, then the LG X venture may be something that may perfectly meet your needs. Released today in partnership with AT&T, the LG phone offers an armor-like body shell, package of quite decent specs and the Android Nougat experience for just $11 per month if you don’t have nothing against installment plans.
If you on the market for an affordable smartphone with an almost tablet size screen, Cricket has something you may want to take a look at. Recently, the prepaid carrier announced to expand its portfolio by the 5.7-inch LG Stylo 3. Except for pretty decent specs, the phablet’s offers users precise stylus-enabled input and enhanced data security, which is pretty crucial these days.
If you’re looking for a phablet similar to the Galaxy Note excluding its premium pricing, T-Mobile’s latest offering may be worth your attention. The LG Stylo 3 Plus delivers a really massive screen panel with pen-enhanced input and the latest Android experience at an affordable pricing.
Those following the mobile world news know that the most fervently discussed phones are the Galaxy S8, LG G6 and the upcoming iPhone 8. However, not everyone of us can afford these stunning devices. If $700 is too much for your budget, don’t forget that there are mid-range phones like Moto Z priced for something round $450, affordable handsets like the Moto G5 retailing for $250, and extremely cheap phones like the recently released by US Cellular LG K3 sold for $19.99. Nope, there is no typo.
Shortly after Easter, Cricket Wireless, the AT&T’s prepaid subsidiary, has expanded its affordable portfolio of Android phones by another handset. Well, perhaps not a completely new one. Being simply a Cricket-branded incarnation of the well-known LG K20, the LG Harmony provides its potential users with a package of quite decent specs for under-$100 price tag. If you are looking for a cheap and capable replacement phone, the LG Harmony should get on your radar.
Announced a month ago, the LG G6 has just hit retails and carriers’ shelves. If you’ve been thinking about getting yourself the LG’s latest flagship smartphone, but still haven’t managed to buy one, then T-Mobile has an offer that is pretty tempting. The Magenta network offers a free LG G Pad X 8.0 tablet with LG G6 purchase. Let’s take a look closer at the offer.
Earlier today Verizon shared a news that they’re expanding their lineup by another two phones. Although both freshly added smartphones, the LG K20 V and the Samsung Galaxy J7 V, target at prepaid subscribers, they’re also available for customers on postpaid plans. Priced at $168 and $240 the handsets may be also bought on Verizon Edge and paid off in monthly installments.
Although the LG G6 isn’t available in the States yet, the recent leaks suggest it will port to the US shore on April 7th. To whet our appetite for the phone even more LG has just announced that they start selling their latest flagship along with a bonus in a form of a Google Home smart speaker. If you still uncertain whether to buy the handset, this pretty pricy gift may be an incentive strong enough to help you make the purchase decision.
Introduced at CES 2017 the LG Stylo 3 ports to Sprint’s prepaid brands. The carrier has just announced to add the phone to its list of offerings expanding its prepaid affordable portfolio. The device offers a spacious screen, Android Nougat experience and a convenient pen-enabled input. All these may be yours for less than $200 if you port to Boost Mobile or Virgin Mobile.
Earlier today we shared the news that US Cellular has just added a new affordable phone to its line-up. However, the LG K8 isn’t the only pocket-friendly Android phone to debut today as Cricket Wireless has announced to expand its inventory by the LG Fortune. Closed in a slim body shell the phone packs entry-level specs that are excused by a really affordable price tag of under $100.
Those familiar with the mobile market surely remember the LG Aristo. So far this entry-level phone was available exclusively at T-Mobile and its prepaid branch – Metro PCS. Today the phone hits US Cellular. Although it carries a different name, it’s still the same 5-inch handset and runs the latest Android out of box. If you’re looking for a dirt cheap smartphone, the LG K8 2017 may be yours for less than a fifty bucks, which makes it the cheapest Android Nougat phone ever.