LG’s V-series lineup has become quite convoluted in recent years, with the V30, V30S, V35, V40, and V50 all having been released in the span of 1.5 years. The AT&T V40 received its Pie update about a week ago, and it’s now the slightly older V35’s turn.
Android 9 Pie first came to the V35 back in April on the South Korean model, but it’s been radio silence since then. AT&T is the first US carrier to deliver the update, and unsurprisingly, at 1.46GB, it’s a big one. Read More
LG announced the Watch W7 last year with an exorbitant $450 price tag. Thankfully, that price didn’t last long—the watch went on “sale” almost immediately and has never sold for full price. It’s even cheaper than usual today, though. You can pick up this smartwatch for $190 at B&H.
Most Wear OS devices offer basically the same experience, but the Watch W7 does set itself apart with the physical hands. It’s probably not for everyone, but Cody conceded it was actually kind of neat in our review. Read More
The LG V50 ThinQ 5G has endured a stop-and-go release schedule. In the midst of growing pains with South Korea’s next-gen cellular grid, the company pushed its original home market launch date of April 19 by nearly a month. Sprint, the U.S. carrier that claimed the early lead on the device, started sales on May 31. We knew that Verizon would also take up the V50 this “summer,” but it wasn’t until now that we learned it would be this week — on the last day of spring. Read More
Verizon will start selling the LG V50 ThinQ on June 20 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Flagships tend to sell for a lot less shortly after they’re released. Indeed, we’ve seen the example of the Galaxy S10’s price plummeting in the months following its announcement, and the G8 is no exception. Indeed, LG’s device became available in the US just two months ago, but B&H is offering a $200 markdown until tomorrow night.
The device features a 6.1″ AMOLED display, 128GB of internal storage, 6GB of RAM, and is powered by a Snapdragon 855 SoC. Read More