Techradar
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The LG G6 may be the most leaked phone in history. The launch is a matter of days away now and we're still seeing new photos of the phone each day. Reliable Twitter leaker Evan Blass has shared supposed promotional shots for the LG G6 that confirm the design of the phone we've seen in previous leaks. The fingerprint sensor is on the back of the phone with a dual-lens camera sat just above that. The secret story of how the LG G6 leaked online Not long now There's a metal uni-body around the sides of the phone, while the screen looks to have a really thin bezel and it's already been confirmed as a QHD 5.7-inch offering with an aspect ratio of 18:9. Other rumors for the LG G6 suggest it will come with a 3.5mm headphone jack, Android 7 software, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor and a non-removable 3,200mAh battery. The LG G6 will be launching in Barcelona on February 26, a day before Mobile World Congress 2017 kicks off where we expect to see the launch of the Huawei P10 and even new Nokia phones .
Techradar
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Leaked images have shown as much and based on the implementation of iris scanning on the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 its not ready to be the only biometric security on the phone. As always you should take this specs list with a pinch of salt, but theres nothing eyebrow-raising about it, so theres a good chance this is the real deal. Before the S8 Plus we're sure to get the LG G6
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The LG G6 may be the most leaked phone in history. The launch is a matter of days away now and we're still seeing new photos of the phone each day. Reliable Twitter leaker Evan Blass has shared supposed promotional shots for the LG G6 that confirm the design of the phone we've seen in previous leaks. The fingerprint sensor is on the back of the phone with a dual-lens camera sat just above that. The secret story of how the LG G6 leaked online Not long now There's a metal uni-body around the sides of the phone, while the screen looks to have a really thin bezel and it's already been confirmed as a QHD 5.7-inch offering with an aspect ratio of 18:9. Other rumors for the LG G6 suggest it will come with a 3.5mm headphone jack, Android 7 software, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor and a non-removable 3,200mAh battery. The LG G6 will be launching in Barcelona on February 26, a day before Mobile World Congress 2017 kicks off where we expect to see the launch of the Huawei P10 and even new Nokia phones .
The Economic Times
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The flagship model LG G6 will be one among them which will be launched in 2-3 months after it is announced at the Mobile World Congress by the month end.
TechCrunch
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Images of the LG G6 leaked today and overall it looks like a solid phone with soft lines, very little bezel and a face on the backside made up of the dual lenses and power button. It looks surprised and maybe a little shocked. LG will likely reveal all the details of the phone next week at Mobile World Congress. Read More
BBC Parliament
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It is subjected to the efficiency plan and that being accepted by the DC LG. That will be a great ask for sedans because it is an efficient council which is well run and it manages its finances well. They have a ten year grant reductions of £90 million by 2020, 70 5% reduction in grant support, £511 per person. St Helens Council and the commissioning group have a strong joint working relationship.
Android Police
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For those of you T-Mobilites that don't dig the LG V20, I've got another deal for you to check out. The big LG plablet isn't the only phone that's currently on sale at Magenta Mobile, the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are also marked down to the same killer low price of just $360. Yup, both are that price, no premium up-charge for the more svelte and curvaceous Edge. There are no strings attached to the promotion, you just need to be a T-Mobile customer. Read More [Deal Alert] Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge on sale at T-Mobile for $360 was written by the awesome team at Android Police .
Android Police
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LG is expected to unveil the G6 in a few days at Mobile World Congress, but noted leaker Evan Blass has beaten it to the punch. Blass has posted the full press renders on Twitter, and they look very much like we expected from past leaks. It seems that LG is going for a very different vibe this year. The bezels are slimmer, the screen has rounded corners, and there doesn't appear to be a removable panel for battery access. Read More Press renders of the LG G6 leak ahead of announcement was written by the awesome team at Android Police .
Android Police
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Don't skip this article T-Mobile subscribers, this is one of the best deals I have come across for quite some time. T-Mobile has discounted the very capable and well-regarded LG V20 to just $360, down from $769. We were excited about this phone going on sale for $500 just a couple of days ago, and this is a way better deal! On top of a killer price, LG has a separate promotion running for people who purchase a LG V20 (or G5) through T-Mobile. Read More [Smoking Hot Deal Alert] The LG V20 is on sale at T-Mobile for just $360, plus get a free LG MiniBeam projector ($350 value) by mail after your purchase was written by the awesome team at Android Police .
ZDNet News
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We often see discounts of $100 on existing flagship phones when new flagships are about to be launched. T-Mobile is offering last year's models at a massive discount and the devices run the latest version of Android.
Techradar
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We also disregarded any personal preferences and/or biases towards specific operating systems, be it Android, iOS or Windows. All of these phones are available through AT&T's main Mobile Share Value plan and can be financed with AT&T Next , which spreads the cost of the phone over a set amount of time. For this article, we'll be looking at the AT&T Next 24 plan, which spreads the cost of the phone over 30 months, with an option for upgrade after 24 months. If you're still shopping for a plan with AT&T, check out our breakdown of the best plans the carrier has to offer. The best phones available on AT&T: Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge iPhone 6S LG G5 iPhone SE LG G Vista 2 How to choose the best AT&T phones for you: AT&T features a wide range of handsets, ranging from around $5/month to over $30/month and everything in between. Essentially, you as the customer can pay as little or as much as you like, but naturally your phone will reflect the investment.
Techradar
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With this shared data plan, the price is determined by the amount of data you choose to include in your plan, ranging from a measly 300MB to a monstrous 50GB. The best part: no matter which plan you pick, there are no more overage fees. We'll explain further down. Another perk with this plan is that the data (read: the cost) can be divided amongst as many as 10 devices, which could significantly diffuse a would-be heartbreaker of a monthly bill. The only catch is that every line on the plan is an extra $20/month (down from $25 per line a few months ago), which covers unlimited talk and text not only in the United States, but in Canada and Mexico as well. Adding a tablet, dedicated gaming and wearable to your plan, like the SIM-card-accepting LG Watch Sport we just reviewed, costs $10 per device, while laptops and hotspots required a monthly $20 fee.
CNET How To
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Internet-connected smart TVs and streaming devices from Vizio, LG, Samsung, Sony, Roku, Google and others can all spy on your viewing habits. Here's how to stop them.
IT PRO News
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Ars Technica UK
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Ice Universe Although the Samsung Galaxy S8 won't be at Mobile World Congress, it's expected to have an unveiling sometime in March. But that hasn't stopped the leaks from coming. Today, we have yet another drip of info about Samsung's upcoming flagship. After some photos of the backside of the Galaxy S8 and with the screen off , Twitter user " Ice Universe " has some convincing pictures of the device with the screen on. They give us a great idea of just how slim the bezels are, and we can see the rounded display corners, just like the Xiaomi Mi Mix and the upcoming LG G6 . Read 6 remaining paragraphs | Comments
Daily Express - Technology
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MWC 2017 opens its doors on Sunday with Nokia, Samsung and Sony all expected to reveal new flagship devices. Here's everything you need to know about this year's Mobile World Congress.
Ars Technica
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Ice Universe Although the Galaxy S8 won't be at Mobile World Congress, it's expected to have an unveiling sometime in March. But that hasn't stopped the leaks from coming. Today, we have yet another drip of info about Samsung's upcoming flagship. After showing off pictures with the screen off , Twitter user " Ice Universe " has some convincing pictures of the device with the screen on. They give us a great idea of just how slim the bezels are, and we can see the rounded display corners, just like the Xiaomi Mi Mix and the upcoming LG G6 . Read 5 remaining paragraphs | Comments
Ars Technica
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Ice Universe Although the Galaxy S8 won't be at Mobile World Congress, it's expected to have an unveiling sometime in March. But that hasn't stopped the leaks from coming. Today, we have yet another drip of info about Samsung's upcoming flagship. After showing off pictures with the screen off , Twitter user " Ice Universe " has some convincing pictures of the device with the screen on. They give us a great idea of just how slim the bezels are, and we can see the rounded display corners, just like the Xiaomi Mi Mix and the upcoming LG G6 . Read 5 remaining paragraphs | Comments
Techradar
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Also interesting is that the lack of bezel has moved the fingerprint to the back of the phone, near the iris and flash components of the camera. This also lines up with past leaks , including a recent one from reputable first-look extraordinaire @OnLeaks. Last, but not least, the images show the Galaxy S8 using Samsung's rumored DeX dock, which allows the smartphone to connect via HDMI to an external output like a PC monitor. While we currently know little about this smartphone/desktop hybridization feature - and like most leaks and rumors, anything regarding the Galaxy S8 thus far should be taken with a grain of salt - we won't be in the dark much longer. Though the phone is expected to skip this year's MWC event , we suspect to finally get a peek at Samsung's next big thing shortly after . Meanwhile, the LG G6 is right around the corner
Android Police
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Quite a few 2016 flagships have been receiving updates to Android 7.0 Nougat in the past few days. Both T-Mobile and ATT have pushed the official, non-beta update to the Galaxy S7 line , ATT has begun sending it out to the LG G5 , and Sprint just updated the HTC 10 . Continuing this trend, Sprint's Galaxy S7 and S7 edge are receiving their Nougat updates. The screenshot's odd appearance is because of an applied theme. Read More Nougat is now arriving for the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge on Sprint was written by the awesome team at Android Police .
ZDNet Reviews
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LG and Google teamed up to create the LG Watch Sport, one of the first devices to run Android Wear 2.0.
Techradar
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If I've got to track a recovery run, interval session, tempo run and endurance training in the next few days, I want a watch / app that can set up all the phases for me, ping me when I need to change speed, and track all the key metrics (and upload it to my favorite running platform at the end). The Samsung Gear S3 , Apple Watch 2 , LG Watch Sport and NewBalance RunIQ (to name a few smartwatches with fitness at their center) can almost do that for me, but not accurately enough. So I stick with something from the more dedicated brands Garmin, TomTom or Polar to make sure my crucial data is as trustworthy as possible. In my tests with the best smartwatches around, they've all been okay for fitness tracking, but nothing stellar. The Samsung Gear S3 has an odd habit of adding an extra mile to your run suddenly, and has a poor heart rate monitor (and we're still waiting for a Strava app for this platform).
ZDNet Android
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Here's what we are expecting this year from mobile's biggest trade show.
Know Your Mobile
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Paul Briden 21/02/2017 - 2:45pm The LG V20 is an odd beast, but well worth a look for its raft of innovative and well-implemented features At first glance the LG V20 might seem like something of an oddity; it was awkwardly slotted in between last year’s LG G5 and this year’s yet-to-be-launched LG G6 flagship, it has a premium price tag, it’s a phablet, it has a weird dual-display setup, and it was only made available in specific world regions (yet again, we in the UK get left out). But with all that said, there’s a lot to like about this phone. It’s getting rave reviews in most places you care to look, and in no small part this is due to the fact that it is innovative, quirky, and feature-packed. The price might be a bit high, but you certainly get a lot of stuff for all that dough. So without further ado, let’s take a look at what makes the LG V20 such an appealing handset.