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Jermaine Dusenbery 2017-01-05

LG is reconsidering hopes that its modular phone plan could be the company s saving grace, according to a new report from the Wall Street Journal.

Last year s LG5 was supposed to help rescue the company s quickly nosediving phone business, but audiences didn t bite and the company s trying to save itself in time for the LG6.

In 2016's mobile market, we were all mostly distracted by the calamitous Samsung Galaxy Note 7 release.

You ll recall the series of reports of phones smoking and bursting into flames before Samsung issued updates to brick the Note 7 line.

Essentially, these were phones with removable inserts that each gave the phone new features, like a 360 camera or wide angle lens or Jason Statham s face on everyone in the world:

The gimmick just didn t sell.

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David Harrison 2020-10-23
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LG will soon unveil a new smartphone LG Q52, as evidenced by the large-scale leak of its characteristics and a large collection of live images. ...

The post LG Q52 photos and specifications leaked before the announcement appeared first on Gizchina.com.

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Justin Martinez 2020-10-28
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The LG Wing is a 5G swivel phone with two displays. It's a bold move, but is it actually worth buying and using?
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Edgar Williams 2021-06-23
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It seems LG's unreleased flagship would've been a positive evolution of the original Velvet.
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Albert Colburn 2020-10-05
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LG Q

As LetsGoDigital reports, LG is expected to launch three new Q series smartphones for the mid-range market. It turns out LG Electronics has applied to ...

The post LG Will Launch At Least Three Mid-Range Phones In Q Series appeared first on Gizchina.com.

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Sean Biro 2020-07-22
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The LG Velvet is a fresh new take for LG. Can it turn the tides for the company?
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Mark Moore 2020-09-06
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LG confirmed the long-rumored LG Wing, which will be unveiled in a September 14 event. The smartphone will reportedly feature a rotating 6.8-inch main screen.
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William Hill 2020-09-08
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You do you, LG.
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Charles Glass 2020-09-02
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The phone will be the first "Explorer" device for LG.
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Charlie Warren 2021-06-30
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Would it have been a commercial success though?
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Bradley James 2020-09-07
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You can even look at an extra-large version of your notifications and settings.
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Jerry Miller 2017-01-04
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Now that you've purchased an , , and , there's finally a speaker worthy of your high-res, high-def audio pipeline: LG's new 4K soundbar, the SJ9.

Curiously, as part of its 4K Sound package, the SJ9 can also upsample "standard audio files" to high-def 24-bit/192kHz audio, "sharpening the subtle details and nuances of each track."

The doesn't clarify how the SJ9 extracts creates?

more detail from a digital audio file.

It sounds rather tricky to me.

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Blaine Pilgrim 2017-05-02
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p The LG G6 may not have gained quite the amount of attention garnered by the Galaxy S8, but the company was the first major smartphone maker to debut the 'larger screen, smaller bezels' design that's set to be huge in 2017.

And whether you were convinced to pick up LG's latest flagship or not, it was a big step up from last year's modular LG G5.

Now, it seems LG could be (or perhaps, was) working on a smaller version of the G6, possibly known as the G6 Mini, according to a new report.

TechnoBuffalo's report claims LG will "introduce" a 5.4-inch version of the 5.7-inch LG G6, based on a document provided to the site by a "trusted source".

The report does say the site could not publish the actual document due to its "sensitive nature", so take this one with a pinch of salt.

But it's interesting to see such a report emerge, especially considering both Apple and Samsung provide two versions – one smaller, one larger – of their flagship phones each year.

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Richard Skaggs 2017-10-26
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Critical bugs found in the LG's SmartThinQ mobile application.

Users of smart home products made by South Korean electronics giant LG could, until recently, be targeted by cybercriminals and spied upon in real time, a new research has revealed.

Critical bugs were found in the mobile application and cloud platform linked to LG's SmartThinQ range – a selection of internet of things (IoT) devices including robot vacuum cleaners, washing machines, fridges and ovens which are monitored remotely via smartphone.

Experts from cyber firm Check Point, who dubbed the flaws "HomeHack", were able to exploit the bugs to take control of LG user accounts which, by extension, gave them access to the connected devices.

"By manipulating the login process [...] it was possible to hack into the victim's account and take control of all LG SmartThinQ devices," the team explained.

In some cases, products could be switched on and off.

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Angel Collins 2021-04-23
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(National University of Science and Technology MISIS) The new alloys created by NUST MISIS scientists in cooperation with LG Electronics will help reduce the weight of radiators and heat removal systems in electric vehicles and consumer electronics by one third. The research results are published in the Journal of Magnesium and Alloys.
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Lamont Shaw 2020-08-25
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Evidence suggests that LG is releasing a strange rotating smartphone this year, codenamed LG Wing.
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Jermaine Dusenbery 2017-01-05

LG is reconsidering hopes that its modular phone plan could be the company s saving grace, according to a new report from the Wall Street Journal.

Last year s LG5 was supposed to help rescue the company s quickly nosediving phone business, but audiences didn t bite and the company s trying to save itself in time for the LG6.

In 2016's mobile market, we were all mostly distracted by the calamitous Samsung Galaxy Note 7 release.

You ll recall the series of reports of phones smoking and bursting into flames before Samsung issued updates to brick the Note 7 line.

Essentially, these were phones with removable inserts that each gave the phone new features, like a 360 camera or wide angle lens or Jason Statham s face on everyone in the world:

The gimmick just didn t sell.

Justin Martinez 2020-10-28
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The LG Wing is a 5G swivel phone with two displays. It's a bold move, but is it actually worth buying and using?
Albert Colburn 2020-10-05
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LG Q

As LetsGoDigital reports, LG is expected to launch three new Q series smartphones for the mid-range market. It turns out LG Electronics has applied to ...

The post LG Will Launch At Least Three Mid-Range Phones In Q Series appeared first on Gizchina.com.

Mark Moore 2020-09-06
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LG confirmed the long-rumored LG Wing, which will be unveiled in a September 14 event. The smartphone will reportedly feature a rotating 6.8-inch main screen.
Charles Glass 2020-09-02
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The phone will be the first "Explorer" device for LG.
Bradley James 2020-09-07
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You can even look at an extra-large version of your notifications and settings.
Blaine Pilgrim 2017-05-02
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p The LG G6 may not have gained quite the amount of attention garnered by the Galaxy S8, but the company was the first major smartphone maker to debut the 'larger screen, smaller bezels' design that's set to be huge in 2017.

And whether you were convinced to pick up LG's latest flagship or not, it was a big step up from last year's modular LG G5.

Now, it seems LG could be (or perhaps, was) working on a smaller version of the G6, possibly known as the G6 Mini, according to a new report.

TechnoBuffalo's report claims LG will "introduce" a 5.4-inch version of the 5.7-inch LG G6, based on a document provided to the site by a "trusted source".

The report does say the site could not publish the actual document due to its "sensitive nature", so take this one with a pinch of salt.

But it's interesting to see such a report emerge, especially considering both Apple and Samsung provide two versions – one smaller, one larger – of their flagship phones each year.

Angel Collins 2021-04-23
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(National University of Science and Technology MISIS) The new alloys created by NUST MISIS scientists in cooperation with LG Electronics will help reduce the weight of radiators and heat removal systems in electric vehicles and consumer electronics by one third. The research results are published in the Journal of Magnesium and Alloys.
David Harrison 2020-10-23
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LG will soon unveil a new smartphone LG Q52, as evidenced by the large-scale leak of its characteristics and a large collection of live images. ...

The post LG Q52 photos and specifications leaked before the announcement appeared first on Gizchina.com.

Edgar Williams 2021-06-23
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It seems LG's unreleased flagship would've been a positive evolution of the original Velvet.
Sean Biro 2020-07-22
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The LG Velvet is a fresh new take for LG. Can it turn the tides for the company?
William Hill 2020-09-08
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You do you, LG.
Charlie Warren 2021-06-30
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Would it have been a commercial success though?
Jerry Miller 2017-01-04
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Now that you've purchased an , , and , there's finally a speaker worthy of your high-res, high-def audio pipeline: LG's new 4K soundbar, the SJ9.

Curiously, as part of its 4K Sound package, the SJ9 can also upsample "standard audio files" to high-def 24-bit/192kHz audio, "sharpening the subtle details and nuances of each track."

The doesn't clarify how the SJ9 extracts creates?

more detail from a digital audio file.

It sounds rather tricky to me.

Richard Skaggs 2017-10-26
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Critical bugs found in the LG's SmartThinQ mobile application.

Users of smart home products made by South Korean electronics giant LG could, until recently, be targeted by cybercriminals and spied upon in real time, a new research has revealed.

Critical bugs were found in the mobile application and cloud platform linked to LG's SmartThinQ range – a selection of internet of things (IoT) devices including robot vacuum cleaners, washing machines, fridges and ovens which are monitored remotely via smartphone.

Experts from cyber firm Check Point, who dubbed the flaws "HomeHack", were able to exploit the bugs to take control of LG user accounts which, by extension, gave them access to the connected devices.

"By manipulating the login process [...] it was possible to hack into the victim's account and take control of all LG SmartThinQ devices," the team explained.

In some cases, products could be switched on and off.

Lamont Shaw 2020-08-25
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Evidence suggests that LG is releasing a strange rotating smartphone this year, codenamed LG Wing.