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LG G8 ThinQ review

" Even though the name states otherwise, the G8 ThinQ is actually a minor hardware refresh of last year's LG G7 ThinQ. Sure, it has the brand new Snapdragon 855 behind the wheel and a couple of neat (kind of) software and hardware features. But are they enough to battle the newly released Galaxy S10 trio or even the Huawei P30-series? After all, both Huawei and Samsung introduced not one but at least a couple of cutting-edge features on their latest flagships. As it turns out, LG's list of cutting edge features is not among the short ones either. Aside from the Snapdragon 855  "

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Posted on Monday, April 15, 2019 @ 16:47:15 UTC in LG by Wesslan



LG OLED65E6P OLED Ultra HDTV Review

I vividly remember plasma displays, and I mourned their passing. But even before 4K came along, LCD TVs—with their brighter images, lighter weight, lower energy consumption, and, toward the end, cheaper prices—were putting a full-court press on plasma technology. The best LED-backlit local-dimming LCDs can now equal or exceed the performance of plasmas in what were their main calling cards: black level and shadow detail. But now, even LCDs have competition. OLED TVs arrived just about the same time that plasmas faded from the scene. So far, they’re offered only by LG, whose current models are much reduced in price from earlier designs—though they’re still not bargain-basement specials.  "

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Posted on Monday, May 08, 2017 @ 17:42:03 UTC in LG by Wesslan



LG V20 review

"  If the LG V20 was a superhero - and we're not convinced that it's not - its superpower would be to have two of everything (or more!). Two screens, two cameras, four DACs, two apps on the screen, the list goes on and on. The LG V20 is an exploration into the future of smartphone multimedia. It continues LG's pioneering work with dual-cameras (the wide+normal kind) that a certain market leader recently adopted. It's a pocket music studio too. Its mics can record the loudest rock concert with perfect clarity - 24-bit/192kHZ FLAC audio. Playback is stellar too, it can drive studio-quality high impedance headphones with its four DACs. One day we'd certainly remember the LG V20 as a pioneer in many respects. It sure is the first with Android 7.0 Nougat, but what else? Here's the full specs list to get you started.  "

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Posted on Saturday, September 24, 2016 @ 17:38:54 UTC in LG by Wesslan



LG V10 review

The LG V10 has a lot going for it - it's a flagship, a phablet, a camera phone, a rugged phone, a Hi-Fi phone and the first of the new V-series. It's a feature-packed device and its signature feature is the secondary always-on display and a dual selfie camera.LG issues a serious challenge to other makers on the camera and audio battlefields with the V10. The phone is also LG's first to feature a fingerprint reader since 2009's GW820 eXpo  "

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Posted on Monday, March 28, 2016 @ 10:43:43 UTC in LG by Wesslan



LG G4 review

"  Flagships get better with every generation but some of last year's are as good as reborn. The LG G4 improves on the three best features of its predecessor: design, screen, the camera - and does so decisively. It adopts a G Flex curve, but makes it its own with an optional stitched leather back, and has what may as well be the most advanced camera module on a phone yet. LG G4 Review The camera really is the new phone's key feature. LG picked a new 16MP sensor, improved the optical stabilization, gave it a wider aperture lens, added a handful of new software features (including manual mode) and placed a top-notch selfie camera on the front. A complete overhaul of the imaging department.  "

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Posted on Tuesday, July 07, 2015 @ 10:28:48 UTC in LG by Wesslan



LG Watch Urbane Review

"  LG is a veteran of sorts in the emerging niche of smart wearables. The Watch Urbane is a third generation device refining one of the early circular designs that seem to be the thing now. Smart watches are aiming for a less gadgety look in favor of a classic timepiece design. It's what helped the LG G Watch R get noticed and the Urbane is a cautious refresh rather than a complete overhaul. LG Watch Urbane The LG Watch Urbane isn't doing anything crazy and that's not necessarily a bad thing. The new smartwatch has kept the size, screen technology and most of the hardware of the G Watch R, packaging it all up in an even more traditional timepiece exterior.  "

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Posted on Wednesday, June 03, 2015 @ 18:24:20 UTC in LG by Wesslan



LG G4 review

"  Flagships get better with every generation but some of last year's are as good as reborn. The LG G4 improves on the three best features of its predecessor: design, screen, the camera - and does so decisively. It adopts a G Flex curve, but makes it its own with an optional stitched leather back, and has what may as well be the most advanced camera module on a phone yet. LG G4 Review The camera really is the new phone's key feature. LG picked a new 16MP sensor, improved the optical stabilization, gave it a wider aperture lens, added a handful of new software features (including manual mode) and placed a top-notch selfie camera on the front. A complete overhaul of the imaging department.  "

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Posted on Monday, June 01, 2015 @ 18:13:29 UTC in LG by Wesslan



LG G4 hands-on

"  The LG G4 is finally and officially here. Now that we got the full scoop, it seems that LG's next flagship smartphone is all about three things - design, display and camera. The LG G4 body is slightly curved and comes with an optional leather back for some extra flair; there's a new IPS Quantum display for improved color accuracy and the camera has a new lens with improved OIS, wider aperture, a new Color Spectrum Sensor for more accurate white balance and a new manual mode.  "

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Posted on Wednesday, April 29, 2015 @ 10:22:23 UTC in LG by Wesslan



LG 34UM67 AMD FreeSync Monitor Review

"  In this article slash review we will test out the 579 EURO / 599 USD costing FreeSync compatible LG 34UM67 (a 34-inch 2560x1080 monitor) screen. AMD tackled stutter and tearing while gaming using a different approach, if you create a setup with the right combination. The LG 34UM67 is a truly lovely looking and supaaah wide IPS monitor with great image quality. So ya'll know that when NVIDIA announced GSync shortly thereafter AMD realized that they already had something similar available hidden and harbored deeply as a technology with a purpose for laptops  "

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Posted on Sunday, April 12, 2015 @ 10:45:00 UTC in LG by Wesslan



LG G Flex2 review

"  It's been more than a year since we saw the introduction of the original LG G Flex. When LG announced the second generation this January we had already assumed that LG had decided to ditch the entire concept. Was it reports of iPhone 6 Plus bending in people's pockets that re-kindled the LG Flex affair over at LG HQ? Bad joke? Well, unlike us, LG are in no mood for joking. Their phone has stellar specs. The LG G Flex2 is one of the best sequels we've seen. Most people must recall the original - after all it was the first of its kind - but it was seen by few and owned by fewer still. Instantly recognizable, but tough sell nonetheless, the original LG G Flex didn't do that well in the market in spite of - or exactly because, it did have two features from the future. A curved, flexible screen and the self-healing coating at the rear.  "

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Posted on Friday, February 20, 2015 @ 14:42:14 UTC in LG by Wesslan




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