Well, if this is Samsung’s ever-rumored foldable phone, that is pretty demoralizing. We kid, but if you want a foldable phone from Samsung, the clamshell design of the upcoming powerful W2018 may soon be able to fit the bill.
It’s a dog-eat-dog world out there in the land of smartphones, and there are only a few top names that manage to both stay afloat and innovate every year. LG is among them — despite reporting the tenth consecutive quarter of mobile losses, the manufacturer has at least managed to produce two top-tier devices this year that seem to have won back the favor of smartphone fans and critics around the world.
But LG doesn’t just have two flagships. It makes phones to fit most pockets and needs. So, let’s check out what LG phones are most deserving of your money in 2017!
Alcatel is an international brand, which means many of the brand’s smartphones are available in just about every corner of the world. In the United States, Alcatel is known for its Idol lineup, which usually comprises of high-end smartphones.
However, Alcatel might drop the Idol monicker according to a new image leaked by Evan Blass. The picture shows Alcatel’s entire high-end lineup for the first half of 2018 and none of the devices contains the “Idol” branding name.
At the top of the small pyramid sits the Alcatel 5, which probably means that it will be …
Update: The Asus ZenFone V can now be bought from Verizon for $16 per month for 24 months, or $384 outright.
Not long after releasing the Asus ZenFone AR, Verizon
Wireless is now seemingly readying the launch of another Asus-made smartphone.
We’re talking about the Asus ZenFone V – model number V520KL – a handset that hasn’t been announced, and
yet it’s already listed on Asus’ official US website.
The Asus ZenFone V is smaller than
the ZenFone AR, and it’s not compatible with Google Tango, having no AR
(augmented reality) features. Nevertheless, this is a respectable handset, as
LG launched its V-series of smartphones in 2015 with the introduction of the LG V10 – a curious device stacked with unique features, some of which borderline experimental, such as a secondary display solely dedicated to displaying notifications, two front-facing cameras for super-wide-angle selfie shots, and of course, an excellent Hi-Fi DAC that has since become a staple of LG smartphones and a fan’s favorite. The experimentation continued through last year with the V20, which inherited the “ticker” display from the V10, but added a second wide-angle shooter on its back …