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  1. Tegra 3-powered LG X3 impressive benchmark scores leak

    After the Optimus 3D 2 the other day we now got some extra info on the other hot droid, which LG will unveil at the MWC. We stumbled upon the benchmark results of the LG X3 - the quad-core beast with an impressive 4.7" HD screen we first saw in January.

    According to the author of the leak, the specs we heard last time around were spot on. This means the LG X3 will be built around the Tegra 3 chipset, featuring four Cortex-A9 CPU cores, running at 1.4GHz. A 2000 mAh battery will ...
  2. Gingerbread update for LG Optimus Black starts rolling out

    As promised by LG, the Android 2.3 Gingerbread update for the Optimus Black has started rolling out. However, for now, only people in India and Europe have reported to receiving the update.

    The update upgrades the phone to Android 2.3.4, which is oddly three versions prior to the latest Gingerbread update, 2.3.7. Then again, the later versions only brought minor changes and improvements ...
  3. LG Marquee comes to Boost with no contract

    Looks like dad's letting the kids get more toys this year, as Sprint’s prepaid brand, Boost Mobile, is getting the LG Marquee in the coming weeks.


    The LG Optimus Black clone, which was already available from Sprint on a two-year contract, is released under Boost's "Shrinkage" plan, and is undoubtedly part of the parent company's effort to generate more interest ...
  4. LG reveals Android Ice Cream Sandwich update schedule


    LG promised us an upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich for their phones released this year and they plan to keep that promise. To assert this, they have just announced a release schedule for the Ice Cream Sandwich update.

    The updates will start rolling out in two waves. The first wave will begin in Q2, 2012 and it will cover the following handsets: the LG Optimus LTE, Prada phone by ...
  5. LG Spectrum is Optimus LTE for Verizon

    The LG Optimus LTE is already available in four carrier-bound versions - two for the Korean market, one for Bell in Canada and the LG Nitro HD for AT&T. It seems Verizon is going to offer the monstrous device as well, the rumors so far suggest the name LG Spectrum.

    The Spectrum features basically the same specs as all the other Optimus LTE devices - a 4.5" HD IPS LCD ...