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LG to start selling 4G LTE TDD smartphones in India

LG to start selling 4G LTE LG has announced that it will now be starting the worldwide rollout of smartphones that are capable of using the LTE TDD (Long Term Evolution Time Division Duplexing) service. The company is starting in Saudi Arabia with its flagship handset – the Optimus G – on the Saudi Telecom Company network. The company will …

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LG has produced 400,000 Nexus 4 units so far

While the Nexus 4 has been launched for quite some time now, the device is still relatively rare. It has been mostly out of stock since its release and since Google doesn’t reveal device sales, it’s especially difficult to figure out how many devices LG has produced so far. However, some detective work by members of the XDA Developer forums …

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LG G Pro 2 to reportedly function 6-inch full-HD show and 3GB of RAM

LG, the Korean cellular producer at the moment highest identified for the Google Nexus 5 and its flagship curved reveal smartphone, the LG G Flex, is now rumored to convey the predicted subsequent new release of the LG G Pro subsequent month, alongside with some excessive-finish specs. The but-to-be-introduced LG G Pro 2 is mentioned to come with a 6-inch …

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New LG smartphone leaked – G2 or Nexus 5?

New LG smartphone leaked The rumour mills are rife as leaked photo of a new LG smartphone has surfaced. The photo of the unnamed LG phone has surfaced courtesy @evleaks. The device is speculated to be either the LG Optimus G2 or the Nexus 5. It could be the LG G2 as the 5-incher smartphone is reportedly slated for Q3 …

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Google Nexus 6 – Of Churning Rumor Mills and Exciting Speculations

The hype and anxiety these days, surrounding the release of a new mobile device, is almost comparable to that of expecting a rescue ship whisking you away from the confines of an abandoned space station, leaking oxygen! Okay…we might have gone overboard in search of an analogy, but you do get the point. There’re millions around the world today, who …

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