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LG Corporation is a South Korean conglomerate that is based in Seoul. LG operates a number of subsidiaries including LG Electronics, LG Display, LG Telecom, and LG Chem. The conglomerate specializes in developing electronics, telecom products, and chemicals. LG Corp. was founded in 1947 by Koo In-Hwoi. Koo first established Lak-Hui Chemical Industrial Corp. in 1947. Today, Lak-Hui (pronounced lucky) is known as LG Chem. The company then expanded its business and created Goldstar Co. Ltd, now known as LG Electronics Inc. Both companies merged and formed Lucky-Goldstar, which was eventually renamed “LG” in 1995.

LG G6 Renders Possibly Revealed By Casemaker
Ghostek might not necessarily be a brand you’re familiar with when it comes to smartphone accessories, but the company is starting to make a name for themselves in the past couple of weeks. Just last week they posted a rendering of their case designed for the Galaxy S8 which supposedly showed off a rendering of the phone in the process.

LG Sends Out Invites For Their MWC 2017 Conference
It is no secret that LG will probably announce the LG G6 at MWC 2017. To confirm it, the company has actually announced and put out a public invitation to its MWC 2017 event which is taking place on the 26th of February, 2017 at 12PM in Barcelona. We will be in attendance so do check back with us then for the official details.

LG Music Flow Google Home And Multi-Room Support Confirmed
The LG Music Flow speakers were released in 2015 and they were one of the first to have support for Google’s Cast platform. The company hasn’t really been quick in adding new features to this music system and many owners have been complaining about this. They wanted the company to add support for Google Home and multi-room audio. LG has finally listened to its customers and confirmed that the Music […]

LG Files A Patent For A Foldable Phone
Are foldable phones going to be 2017’s trend? It certainly seems that way because according to the rumors, not only is Samsung planning on launching their Galaxy X foldable phones this year, but apparently LG is expected to hop on the bandwagon as well. Given that LG and Samsung have a pretty close and fierce rivalry, we guess this shouldn’t be surprising.

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LG Aristo Announced For T-Mobile
If you’re looking for a cheap no-fuss smartphone, T-Mobile might have you covered as the carrier has recently announced a new smartphone that they’ll be adding to their lineup in the form of the LG Aristo. They even decided to do an unboxing video of the handset which you can check out in the video above.

New Google Smartwatches Made By LG Due February 9th
A new report published today claims that Google has teamed up with LG in a Nexus-like partnership to produce two new smartwatches that are going to be launched next month alongside Android Wear 2.0. The new wearable devices will reportedly be called the LG Watch Sport and LG Watch Style. It was reported earlier today that Android Wear 2.0 release is likely to take place on February 9th.

Potentially New LG Android Wear Smartwatch Spotted At The FCC
Last year we saw quite a few major Android Wear OEMs pass on the opportunity to make and release new devices for 2016, and LG was one of them. However it seems that 2017 could be a different story because thanks to the recent sighting of an LG smartwatch that was spotted at the FCC.

LG G6 Will Have Heat Pipes To Reduce Overheating
LG has been dropping hints about its next-generation flagship smartphone. We already know that the company is ditching the modular concept for the LG G6 and it has also said that the new smartphone will feature copper heat pipes that will help counter overheating. It says that these heat pipes will ensure that the battery doesn’t overheat even at temperatures as high as 150 degrees.

LG Teases Waterproofing Features For The LG G6
If you could put together a wishlist for the upcoming LG G6, what kind of features do you think you would add to the list? It seems that LG is just as curious as the company has recently released a video which they are calling the “Wish list for the ideal smartphone”, which seems to tease certain features for their upcoming flagship.

LG's Foldable Smartphone Expected In Q4 2017
It has been rumored time and again that a couple of companies are working on foldable smartphones. Not one has been officially announced or even confirmed up till now but the rumor mill still firmly believes that both Samsung and LG will be coming out with their foldable smartphones later this year. Word on the street is that LG is going to release its foldable smartphone in the final quarter […]

LG G6 ‘Confirmed’ For MWC 2017, Will Be Released In March
With CES behind us and with LG pretty much focusing on new TV technology and showcasing robots, safe to say that the LG G6 did not make an appearance at the event. This pretty much leaves MWC 2017 as the next possible launch platform, that is unless LG plans to unveil the phone at their own event.

LG G6 Could Come With A Google Or Amazon-Powered Voice Assistant
There are a couple of things that we know for sure will not find its way into the LG G6. For starters it will lose the modular concept that debuted with the LG G5, and it will also come with a 5.7-inch QHD+ 18:9 display. Now according to the rumors, it seems that the LG G6 could be getting a brand new voice assistant.

LG Display Announces 5.7-inch QHD+ LCD With 18:9 Aspect Ratio
What do we know about the LG G6? For starters LG has confirmed that they have done away with the modular system, and now it seems that LG has confirmed what kind of display we will be able to expect as well. In an announcement by LG Display, the company has unveiled the world’s first QHD+ LCD display with an 18:9 aspect ratio designed for smartphones.

LG Confirms LG G6 Will Move Away From Modular Design
According to previous rumors, it was suggested that LG could be thinking of abandoning the modular system introduced in the LG G5 for the upcoming LG G6. The company had previously reassured users that wasn’t the case, but we guess that their plans have changed since then, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal.