The LG G6, pioneer of the super-tall display, has been around for almost 6 months now. I was at the launch event in Singapore back in March, where I was rather impressed by the amount of screen that LG could fit … Continue reading LG G6 Review – 6 Months Later
Introduction When curved 21:9 monitors were first released, we thought it was going to be a fad. But our experience with the LG 34UC98 made us go from asking “Who needs a display like that?” to “I need a display … Continue reading LG 34UC98 Monitor Review — Good Things Don’t Come Cheap
There has been a lot of controversy over the LG G5, mostly revolving around LG’s radical changes to the physical design of the phone compared to its predecessor, the G4. For starters, LG went a full 180 degrees with the … Continue reading LG G5 Review
Full disclosure: LG brought us to KT’s Grill, gave us a Universal Studios ticket, and let us loose inside with the G5.
At MWC earlier this morning, LG weren’t the only ones to unveil a new smartphone. Samsung has also released the next generation in the Galaxy S line, the S7. While their fellow Koreans went boldly all-out, Samsung has simply improved upon their previous offering, the S6. How are the S7 and S7 Edge then? Continue reading “Samsung’s new S7 and S7 Edge — same same but different”
As the G5’s launch drew nearer, LG veterans would have certainly been expecting a continuation of the rear-mounted volume buttons. Android veterans would certainly have been expecting a continuation of the app-drawer. Guess what, though? They’re both gone now. Continue reading “LG’s new G5 is the most innovative phone in a long time”
Reddit user sylocheed is perhaps extremely lucky to have been able to drop by the NYC Nexus Open Studio event, which was attended by representatives from all Google divisions involved with the Nexus programme. His questions revealed some greatly interesting answers from all the Google employees he asked, even if the question was mundane or controversial.
Have a look at what he asked, and what answers he got. Continue reading “On Chickens and Fingerprints – Valuable insights into the Nexus programme”