A new report by Digitimes states that Samsung and LG have apparently adopted a policy to “launch [as many smartphones] as possible […] in 2018.” This is a contrast to their previous focus, which was mainly on high-end smartphone models. The change in policy is to compete with other brands in nearly all segments globally in order
In case you haven’t had your fill of LG flagships in the past 12 months, LG is ready to drop their refreshed V40 ThinQ by the end of the year. You can expect their newest high-end smartphone in October, giving some space between that and Samsung&…
Since the inception of the smartphone, we have watched dozens of companies try to get their foot in the door and stake their place in the industry. The process has been an ebb and flow. Companies who were considered the best a decade ago are now struggling to make a profit. The reason for this
If you buy a new LG G7 ThinQ or LG V35 to add to or upgrade your line, you’ll get a $300 bill credit. That could go a long way on Fi.