We have been hearing rumors that LG could be working on a device called the LG G4 Note. In fact earlier this year, the name of the device was trademarked in LG’s home of South Korea, and for those wondering how real this is, evidence has surfaced that seems to make a pretty compelling argument.
According to reports, it seems that the LG G4 Note moniker has been trademarked in the US as well. Of course this is just a trademark and does not necessarily mean that it will turn into an actual product. LG might simply be trying to protect its own intellectual property, although reports of an LG device with stylus support similar to the Samsung Galaxy Note series have been making their rounds for a while now. Read full post →LG G4 Note Trademarked In The US
Earlier today Samsung announced their latest smartwatches in the form of the Gear S2 and the Gear S2 Classic. These are some pretty nice-looking wearables and the good news is that if you’re wondering where you might be able to get them, you’re in luck as several carriers have since announced that they will be carrying the device.
For starters T-Mobile has announced that they will be selling the Gear S2 later this fall. The price of the watch will be set at $5 a month, meaning that you’re basically buying it on an installment plan. There will be 500MB of data accompanying the plan, along with access to unlimited music streaming via Samsung’s Milk Music. Read full post →Major Carriers In The US Will Be Carrying The Samsung Gear S2