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Android Wear 2.0 Launched, Along With Two New LG Smartwatches

If smartwatch is still a thing, then Android Wear is probably the best thing to happen to smartwatches. And if you do swear by Android Wear, well, the good news is, Android Wear 2.0 is finally here, promising to offer you “more informative watch faces, better workouts, new ways to use apps, more ways to stay in touch and on-the-go help from Google Assistant.” With the launch of Android Wear 2.0, Google also announced its partnership with LG to develop first Android Wear 2.0 watches, LG Watch Sport and LG Watch Style smartwatches. Continue reading Android Wear 2.0 Launched, Along With Two New LG Smartwatches

LG Has A Fridge That Lets See What’s Inside Without Opening The Door

If you find the act of opening a fridge and checking the expiration date of the items you stash in there a chore, well, here’s a good news: LG’s new flagship Door-in-Door fridge, InstaView. maybe just the answer you are looking for. InstaView is exactly what it sounds like: it lets you see through the fridge to see what you have in there without the need to have Superman’s x-ray vision. Just simply knock twice the integrated screen on the left door of refrigerator and voila! the display will present to you a view of the inside. But seeing without opening the fridge is not the only thing it affords you. By using the Smart Tag menu, you can add virtual stickers and tags on the screen to identify what foods are stored and the corresponding expiration date for each item. Continue reading LG Has A Fridge That Lets See What’s Inside Without Opening The Door

Bonkers! LG’s New Flagship OLED 4K TV Has A Profile Thinner Than An iPhone 7!

LG describes its new flagship OLED 4K TV, W7, “razor-thin” and they are probably right ‘cause a mere 2.57 mm (that’s 0.101-inch!) profile on a 65-inch behemoth, its edge would equate to a razor’s edge. Seriously, that’s absolutely mind-blowing, more so when you know that its thinner than your iPhone 7. When mounted on the wall with magnetic brackets, which leaves no gap between the TV and the wall, it creates an even more picturesque sight. This TV is sure to make your graduation photo on the wall looks like some clunky box stuck on the wall. Crazy. Continue reading Bonkers! LG’s New Flagship OLED 4K TV Has A Profile Thinner Than An iPhone 7!

LG Out UltraFine Displays Designed Specifically For Apple’s New MacBooks

Not everyday you hear news of big competing corporations making products specifically for use with Apple’s products and so, when LG announced a couple of new displays designed specially for the new MacBook and MacBook Pro, it kind of raise some eyebrows. The displays, called UltraFine, come in two sizes: a 27-inch 5K model and a smaller 21.5-inch 4K variety. LG said the former is designed and optimized for the new MacBook Pro with Thunderbolt 3 running macOS 10.12 or later, and with that, it is also the “world’s first” 5K display to tout Thunderbolt 3. Continue reading LG Out UltraFine Displays Designed Specifically For Apple’s New MacBooks

LG’s V20 Smartphone Runs On Android Nougat, Is All About Multimedia

If you haven’t already heard, LG has a new smartphone in town, or rather, soon to be in town. The V20, as it is called, is the latest to join the V series lineup of smartphones and this one here promised to elevate your mobile multimedia experience to the next level with features like Steady Record 2.0, Hi-Fi Quad DAC, HD Audio Recorder, front and rear wide-angle lens cameras, and B&O PLAY touched audio reproduction. It also boasts hi-fi video recording with option of manual control to capture “perfect audio quality” aided by Low Cut Filter, as well as Limiter that lets you get rid of annoying background noises and set the recording distance, respectively. Continue reading LG’s V20 Smartphone Runs On Android Nougat, Is All About Multimedia

LG’s New UltraWide Monitor Is So Wide That You Probably Thought It Was A TV

If you view and edit multiple documents simultaneously, or need to put together enormous graphics or video, or simply constantly multitask, then I am sure LG’s new 38-inch UltraWide monitor, 38UC99, will come in pretty handy. As per the product name, this ginormous display offers 38-inch (diagonal, of course) provides an unprecedented real estate to display everything you need to see at a glance, as opposed to having to side scroll ever so often. Continue reading LG’s New UltraWide Monitor Is So Wide That You Probably Thought It Was A TV

LG’s New Flagship Smartphone G5 Is Beautiful And Its Modular

Ever wish your smartphone can have the ergonomic of a regular digital camera? Like, you know, complete with an ergonomic grip, shutter button, zoom buttons and the works? Well, its not like the industry hasn’t try it before – just ask Samsung and they will tell you it didn’t quite work out. However, LG seems to have found an in-between solution and has implemented it on its latest flagship handset, the LG G5. Unveiled at the Mobile World Congress at Barcelona, G5 is perhaps the boldest phone from the South Korean handset maker to date. Continue reading LG’s New Flagship Smartphone G5 Is Beautiful And Its Modular

LG “Specialist” X Series Smartphones Will Be ‘Strong’ In Certain Features

Smartphones are mostly one-size-fits-all solution, which LG says it want to change with a new line of devices. The South Korean electronics giant will be introducing LG ‘Specialist’ X Series Smartphones that, instead of a one-size-fits-all approach, will offers you “one exceptional feature at a price that rivals mid-range smartphones.” Two models will be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress, dubbed X cam and X screen, on February 22, 2016. Don’t expect them to be a high-end handsets with mid-range price tags though. LG explains that X series is geared towards users who does not need all the “bells and whistles” that comes with high-end phones, but still want a great camera or advanced display, hence, X cam and X screen. Continue reading LG “Specialist” X Series Smartphones Will Be ‘Strong’ In Certain Features

LG Unveils IoT Hub, K Series Handset and Eye-watering HDR 4K TV

We try to avoid CES every year. Why? Because, a show like this never fail to remind us that we have to work triple hard to own all the delightful gadgets and as you might have guess it, LG is one of the biggest “culprit” that would make us exclaim ‘this is why we are broke!’ Besides the robot vacuum/security guard, the other South Korean electronic biggie also announced the newest flagship 4K HDR-enabled OLED TVs for 2016 (77/65-inch G6 and 65/55-inch E6), a handsome Internet of Things hub that comes with a built-in speaker (SmartThinQ Hub), and K Series smartphone, which is the newest mass-tier handset set to replace the L Series. Continue reading LG Unveils IoT Hub, K Series Handset and Eye-watering HDR 4K TV

LG HOM-BOT Turbo+ Robot Vacuum Lets You Use Your Smartphone’s Camera To Tell It Where To Clean

The thing about robot vacuum is, it is not as smart as you think. So, before it gets its long overdue AI to take over your domestic helper, you will need to give it a helping hand, such as pointing out to it where are the places you want it to pay more attention to. Such is what the newly introduced LG HOM-BOT Turbo+ Robot Vacuum Cleaner is capable of. Leveraging on augmented reality, you simply use the camera of your smartphone and tap on the part of the room that requires extra cleaning, and HOM-BOT Turbo+ will proceed as commanded. This feature will come in handy when there’s a particular dirt spot created by, say, dirty boots. Continue reading LG HOM-BOT Turbo+ Robot Vacuum Lets You Use Your Smartphone’s Camera To Tell It Where To Clean