LG has spoken out on recent LG G3 issues, as a number of owners complain of faults in the phone’s construction.
With LG having opted to bestow its flagship phone with a plastic, rather than metal frame, a number of owners have reported cracks in their phones’ bodies around the handset’s microphone opening.
Backing up their complaints, a owners have posted images of their damaged handsets to forums and message boards. They have suggested that the cracks have appeared through natural use of the phone, not by being dropped or mistreated.
We’re currently spoiled for choice when it comes to media players and video streamers, with everything from the Apple TV to Chromecast on offer. If you fancy something a little different, however, where you don’t need to rely on the internet or other devices, the new Raspberry Pi-based Slice media player could be the ideal box to sit under your telly. Read on for all the details!
One of the most highly anticipated mobile devices of this year is the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. The next generation phablet is going to be announced in the first week of September, Samsung has already confirmed the event. There have already been countless rumors and leaks about the device itself. Those who can’t wait until September to get their hands on a Galaxy Note 4 can now look toward the Goophone N4, a working clone of Samsung’s upcoming flagship.
You don’t have to wait until Motorola’s September 4th event to get more details regarding the Moto 360 smartwatch, it seems — Best Buy appears to have the scoop over two weeks early. The big-box retailer has posted a product listing for the timepiece that appears to reveal many (though not all) of the specifications. Reportedly, the device’s signature not-quite-circular display is a 1.5-inch, 320 x 290 LCD.
Today, we received a plethora of exclusive information regarding Samsung’s upcoming flagship phablet device, the Galaxy Note 4, thanks to our elite friends. We will be revealing details about #TheNextBigThing almost daily, until the actual launch of the device, so keep an eye on our news feed. Today, we are targeting the Galaxy Note 4′s camera specifications and features.
Barnes & Noble has officially kicked off a new era — one in which it doesn’t manufacture its own tablets. The struggling book outlet announced last summer that it would work with other manufacturers going forward and Samsung is first in line. The Galaxy Tab 4 Nook is the fruit of this partnership. It’s a tablet built for reading first, as opposed to gaming or web browsing. While the device is undeniably Samsung, the software still retains some of that Barnes & Noble flair.
Sony, who makes cameras and smartphones among other things, seems to be bent on appealing to the nascent selfie generation. This time, however, it might just be taking things a bit too far. Leaked photos coming from China betray the fact that the OEM is working on yet another selfie-centric device, but with a rather ridiculous looking design.
At first this device looks like a smartphone. That would seem to be the case as the contraption is noted to have what looks like a 3-inch plus display. After all, Sony is definitely unabashed in touting a “selfie” smartphone, as the newly announced Xperia C3 proves. However, Sony’s Chinese Cyber-shot website clues us in that this would actually be a digital camera, one with a larger than usual viewfinder and an equally large camera sensor.