South Korean electronics giant LG has announced the launch of the Optimus F5 smartphone in France, and said several other markets, including Commonwealth of Independent States, South & Central America and Asia will get the new handset over the coming few weeks.
The Optimus F Series is family of Android OS-based smartphones that boasts LTE connectivity as well as affordability. The F5 handset features a 4.3-inch IPS display, 1.2 GHz Qualcomm dual-core processor and a 2,150 mAh battery.
Korean electronics giant LG has formally confirmed that it has launched an alternate version of the Optimus G Pro smartphone, which was introduced at the end of January this year.
While the LG Optimus G Pro smartphone features a 5-inch screen, the alternate version of the devise boasts a 5.5-inch full HD display that offers 2.5D viewing ensuring added depth to games and movies.
Apart from the larger display, the new Optimus G Pro smartphone is identical to the previously launched phone.
LG will start accepting pre-orders for its much-awaited 55-inch OLED TV in South Korea in January and the deliveries will start in February, the South Korean electronics giant confirmed.
The manufacturer's more than 1,400 retail stores in South Korea will start accepting pre-orders for the TVs starting January 3. The 55-inch OLED (organic light-emitting diode) TV has been priced at 11 million won (around US$10,320) for the domestic market.
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2012 witnessed the world’s leading TV manufacturers, including Samsung, LG, and Sony, trying to pitch the “smart” TV idea, in order to draw attention to a completely new approach to television.
Going by the indications, the bigwig TV makers are apparently set to bring on the friendly living-room TV sets in line with the other latest gadgets which are expected to have an automatic hook up to Internet connectivity, apps, social network accessibility and the other so-called technology “ecosystems.”
While Apple's and Samsung saw their US market shares increasing in the three months to November 11, LG, Motorola and RIM suffered continued to decline.
According to market research firm ComScore, Apple's market share in the US jumped the most from the previous three months, i. e. 1.4 per cent, to grab 11.2 per cent of the market share. With that much share, the Cupertino, Calif.-based gadgets maker stood at fourth position.
The LG Nitro HD smartphone is getting rave reviews, with reports making rounds about the elaborate attention that LG has put into the manufacture of the handset, as well as the use of top-class components and build quality.
Boasting AT&T's 4G LTE capabilities and a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, the Nitro HD - priced at $249.99 with two-year contract - features a big and dazzling 4.5-inch 1280x720 IPS screen which not only has exceptional resolution but also displays colors very accurately.
It has been officially announced that UK release of LG Optimus 3D is going to take place on July 1. The same has also been confirmed by Carphone Warehouse and Best Buy that they will be exclusively selling the first of its kind phone, long before it becomes readily available world over.
The national rollout of the phone is going to take place on July 6 and Carphone Warehouse has already built a stock of the phone which is going to be available for sale from its 20 stores in UK. As for the deal made by Best Buy, the same is going to be present in four of the leading outlets.
Orange has announced that it will soon start selling LG Pecan. This is an affordable kind of smartphone that has also come up with some of the most smooth-curved designs present in the market just now.
Some of the most salient features of Lecan are that it has got a touch-screen and has one 3.15 mega-pixel camera as well. The phone is not only that but is also capable of recording the videos as well.
The LG G-Slate, whose 3D feature enabled it to stand apart from the crowd of others at the recent 2011 CES, will be initially available in the US.
The LG G-Slate tablet will come with a glasses-free 3D display and 3D video recording. The 8.9-inch tablet runs Android 3.0 operating system, and comes equipped with 1GHz Tegra 2 dual-core processor, USB port and HDMI.
However, the company has not confirmed any release time for the UK version of the tablet. However, the company said it was planning another announcement very soon.
South Korean electronics giant LG Group has announced that it would invest $18.2 billion during 2011 to provide a boost to its core unit LG Electronics Inc.
LG Electronics Inc will enjoy lion's share ($12.29 billion) out of the group's total proposed investment.
The LG Electronics Inc. has been facing hard times due to flagging handset business. The loss-making handset business forced the group to report record operating losses during three months ended September.
The British arm of electronics giant LG has introduced cinema-tech 3D TVs that will be available with 32-inch to 55-inch screen sizes from the month of April next year.
The Cinema 3D technology will feature the use of polarized glasses that the company claims will be economic as well as comfortable. The passive 3D uses glasses similar to those found in top end cinemas to offer 3D pictures in a sustainable way in the living room.
Network provider Sprint has rolled out a new software update for Android-based LG Optimus S smartphone.
The new software update, version LS670ZV9, brings a series of enhancements, bug fixes and some new features.
The most noticeable enhancement is the addition of the Swype keyboard functionality, which will complement the already present virtual keyboard on the handset.
The update also brings Remote Wipe Command, improved password policies, Set out of Office messages from the device, corporate directory contacts search while composing emails etc.
South Korean electronics giant LG added one more feather to its cap by introducing the world’s largest commercial 3D LED backlit TV- the 72LEX9.
As the model number suggests, the new HDTV measures 72 inches, and features full LED backlight, DLNA support, a 480Hz TruMotion panel, and 10,000,000:1 contrast ratio.
The 72LEX9 contains four HDMI ports along with one USB with YouTube and Google Picasa support. It will require users to wear Stereoscopic 3D glasses, but the Seoul-based company has made no comments on whether the
3D glasses will come with the TV.