The LG V30 is one of the hottest Android phones and T-Mobile is offering a pretty insane deal. Buy one LG V30 and get $500 towards a second one. They're also offering deals on LG tablets with service, too.
The LG G6, which does come with a headphone jack, is one of LG's best smartphones in a few years. Good camera, huge screen... What about the price? Well, here's a Real Good one. More »
It's been almost six months since our review of the LG G6. If you're a current G6 owner, there are some things you may have missed in the past few months.
Looking for a good deal on a case for your newish Android smartphone? Case maker Lumion is offering tons of cases for under $5 for Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S7 & S8, LG G6, and more.
The LG V30 is off to a strong start at home. Here's how much better it's doing than the G6 and what killer feature could make it sell well overseas too.
Netflix is adding high dynamic range (HDR) support to more mobile devices. A handful of Android handsets are already benefitting from the picture upgrade, including the LG G6, Sony Xperia XZ Premium, and Samsung Galaxy Note 8, among others. Show More Summary
LG has frequently struggled to compete against local rival Samsung. Even the genuinely good LG G6, released earlier this year, struggled to move the needle when pitted against the Galaxy S8. But now there's the LG V30, a new flagship phone for late 2017 that serves as a successor to last year's (very different) LG V20. Show More Summary
Like the look of phones with rounded screens like the LG G6, Essential Phone, and the iPhone X? This app lets you have that on any Android device and best of all, it's free.
The quick take LG's new flagship is as much a successor to the G6 as any other handset, nailing the smartphone fundamentals and delivering speedy performance in an attractive chassis. Once again, LG's unique dual-camera setup provides excellent low-light performance and its best wide-angle shooter yet. Show More Summary
The first generation Pixel phones now include support for YouTube HDR. YouTube began supporting HDR playback in late 2016, but there were not compatible smartphones to play back the HDR content. Since that time, the LG G6, Galaxy S8, Sony Xperia XZ Premium, LG V30 and Note 8 have all been released or announced with hardware-based HDR support. Show More Summary
What's the best charging pad for LG G6? The LG G6 supports wireless charging the U.S. and Canada, and if you want to keep it conveniently charged, without having to plug it in, then you'll need a great wireless charger. Keep in mindShow More Summary
If you hurry, you can snag this great deal on an unlocked LG G6. Right now it's been marked down to a very reasonable $450, but we can't say for how long.
Amazon is currently selling the LG G6 for $469.99, which is around $130 off its normal retail price.
LG recently took the wraps off of its new V30 flagship, and but if you’re more interested in saving some cash rather than having the absolute latest, you can score a deal on LG’s other 2017 flagship right now. The LG G6 [...]
Save for a hardware-dependent feature, the V30's ported camera app mostly remains intact, though there are a few things to consider.
Want the new LG V30 camera app to use on your LG G6? As long as you're rooted, you can do that.
LG kicked off day 2 of IFA with a new smartphone, and it's a looker. The V30 comes just months after the company's flagship G6 landed, but this could well be the better phone. There's the OLED display with a distinct lack of bezel, and a lot of camera smarts -- and that's just the start. Watch how LG unveiled it all right here. You've got eight minutes, right?
Is the V30 LG’s real 2017 flagship? Is it worth shelling out for the V30 if you already own the relatively new LG G6? Let’s take a look in our LG V30 vs LG G6 comparison!
LG V30 is official, a Galaxy Note 8 alternative that appeared in a variety of rumors ahead of its IFA reveal. It’s also a beautiful phone that seems to correct everything that’s wrong with the LG G6. And a phone nobody will care about, no matter how great it is right now. LG missed out on a huge opportunity earlier this year. Show More Summary