LG Mobile phones
LG's new upscaling system outputs a 4K feed to your TV, letting you play games or watch films at an eye-watering resolution from your phone.
LG is bringing the L40 and L70 smartphones to Australia in the first half of this year.
LG's next iteration of the G Pro smartphone takes some design cues from its stable-mate the G2.
The G Flex will be a Harvey Norman exclusive, but LG says it won't have 3G connectivity on Telstra or Vodafone.
LG will preload some new Android phones and tablets with BlackBerry's BBM messaging app, as part of the Canadian company's push to diversify from its failing handsets.
A new 5.5-inch LG smartphone has been launched in Korea. The Gx transplants the specs and features from the 5.2-inch G2 into a 5.5-inch shell.
If one piece of advertising is to be believed, LG is working on a 5.5-inch version of its popular G2 smartphone.
Both Samsung and LG are selling smartphones with arched displays. CNET pits these two handsets against each other to decide which one bows best.
LG's curvy G Flex is finally being shipped outside of Korea. It's on its way to Hong Kong and Singapore soon, but the rest of the world will have to wait longer.
LG isn't exiting the mobile-phone business to focus on televisions, it says, contrary to a report in a Korean news website.