IFA 2016 is just around the corner and it will include a series of handset launches, that will take us into a new generation of products. Those include two new Sony Xperia X phones, but there’s also the LG V20, that should come after IFA. And today we’ve got leaks
The LG V20 is about 20 days away from being launched and thus it’s leaking galore these days. And when it’s not, various artists are taking the leaks and turning them into press-like renders. That’s what Techconfigurations did below. These are supposed to be the first 3D video renders based
I have a great deal of respect for @OnLeaks and the many leaks he has revealed, but this time I feel that there’s something off with the LG V20 renders. Either the renders don’t do the real device justice, or LG dropped the ball on this one. It’s very strange
As I’m sure you already know, LG has already sent out invites to the press event it’s going to host on September 6th in San Francisco, where they’re going to unveil the LG V20. Since the V10 was so well received, we’re getting hyped up and excited over its follow
I think that ever since the iPhone 5s and its Touch ID fingerprint scanner, people have been wondering why we don’t get the scanner embedded into the display. Several prototypes and patents have shown progress in that direction, but there was no mainstream release. Till LG’s announcement came today…
The LG G5 started selling in South Korea a few days ago and people are already talking about its case, that uses more plastic than expected. Some may be more interested in what the LG V10 2 will look like, but in the meantime, let’s dream about the LG G6.
Recently reputed tech aficionado and exclusive leak source Evan Blass has posted the picture/teaser below on Twitter, saying that he basically thinks POLED is the way to go. This is also seen as a future-proof technology, the one to beat the LG G5 and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
Everybody probably knows by now the way the Samsung Galaxy S7 looks, which is exactly like in leaks the preceded it. We also learned what the LG G5 is about, during yesterday’s launch event. Well, I decided to compare the two flagships from the innovation and design point of view.
Designer Vuk Nemanja Zoraja has created a brand new LG G5 concept design, this time changing the usual format from the leaks. The leather stitched back is here again, but this time it’s accompanied by a strong metal frame.
The LG G5 has a very long way to go till it reaches the huge number of leaks recorded by the Galaxy S7. Today we get a more solid type of leak, that involves a series of 3D renders, created following some rumors and leaked info.