Designing a smartphone takes time, and as features get added, removed, or tweaked, sometimes the design gets changed, too.
Yearly refreshes for phones isn’t new, and for LG it’s that time of the year to launch a brand new flagship of their own: The G4.
Support for external 4K displays has been around for Macs for a little while now, and Apple’s list of supported displays continues to grow.
As per Chinese site Feng.com, Apple has signed up LG Display as the primary display supplier for the upcoming iPhone 6. The device is rumored to come in two variants, one with a 4.7-inch display and the other with an even larger 5.5-inch display.
At an event this morning in London, LG announced the G3, its flagship Android phone with high-end specifications including a 2K display and a 13MP OIS camera.
There have been several rumors that suggest that Apple will use sapphire glass display instead of Gorilla Glass either in the next generation iPhone or its rumored iWatch that are expected to launched later this year. Sapphire is much tougher than other types of glasses, and is very less likely to scratch.
Earlier this month, a crazy rumor predicted that a new version of Apple’s EarPods will come with inbuilt Heart Rate and Blood Pressure sensors, but that rumor was found to be a hoax. LG however is turning this rumor into reality with its Heart Rate Earphones, that were originally introduced in January at CES.
I didn’t get the utility of a device with a curved display. Many of you also wondered the same thing when we reported over the weekend that Apple was working on 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhones with curved displays.