The LG Optimus G is a weird kind of device for me, even with the current superphones the HTC One and the Galaxy S4 even the Xperia Z out on the market, I still like the Optimus G, so it’s no surprise to me, that I am really looking forward to what LG can do with a sequel and it[Read More…]
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LG Mobile’s European VP Kim Won spoke with All About Phones, a Dutch site, in relation to a wide variety of topics ranging from the new Nexus phone phone, stock Android and a possible Android tablet from LG. The topic that seemed to raise the interest of most sites was in relation to the Nexus line of phones. The most[Read More…]
We’ve been playing with the LG Optimus G for a little while now, and while we loved it in our review, we’re liking it a whole lot more now. Yesterday, we received a tip that the specific variant of the Optimus G on sale in Australia had been rooted and unlocked. Having had some failed attempts at this in the[Read More…]
Way back when, we visited LG’s headquarters and had a bit of a play with some pre-release Miracast hardware and Jason was certainly impressed. With the more recent launch of the LG Optimus G, LG has released (sort of) its Miracast dongle to the Australian market. Known, unimaginatively, as the DWD-300, LG’s Miracast dongle is the embodiment of simplicity. Simple[Read More…]
Is the Optimus G just the Nexus 4 with LTE, or something better? LG has struggled in the last few years with their smartphone attempts, but since the release of the L Series as pre-paid offerings, they’ve begun to show signs of life in the Australian market. Last year they took the number two pre-paid manufacturer spot, showing a strong[Read More…]
There were two main stories that dominated our discussion this week: Samsung’s Broadway-style Galaxy S 4 launch (and the industry’s reaction to it), and the long-awaited debut of Google’s Chromebook computers at retail stores in Australia. We also spoke about the long-overdue launch of the LG Optimus G to the Australian market. Hosts: Jason Murray, Daniel Tyson, Phil Tann and[Read More…]
On Wednesday morning, LG invited members of the Australian media to Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art for the launch of their new flagship device, the Optimus G. Take a second and read that back again – we’ve only just seen the Australian launch of the device that begat the Google Nexus 4, which was itself launched in overseas markets in[Read More…]