LG 55UH770V review

OUR VERDICTThe 55UH770V makes a great first impression thanks to its glinting metallic design and welcoming webOS menu system. It even looks like a good value at £950, too, considering it sup…

LG Stylus 2 review

PROS Decent stylus DAB+ radio Smooth performance CONS Poor display resolution Boring design Overpriced KEY FEATURES 5.7-inch 720p display Snapdragon 410 1.5GB RAM 13-megapixel camera 16GB internal …

Review: EXCLUSIVE: LG X Style

The LG X Style is determined prove that just because an Android phone is logged in the mid-tier doesn’t mean it has to be a chunky plastic eyesore. It can have class too.Okay, the LG X Style …

Review: LG X Screen

Introduction and designWith a name like LG X Screen, you might expect LG’s latest to have a huge or super-sharp display. It has neither. In fact, it’s a lot more interesting than that.T…

LG G5 Review

HIGHLIGHTS The LG G5 introduces the concept of modular smartphones. It’s powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC, with 4GB of RAM. It has a unique dual-camera set up for the primary camera…

LG G6: what we want to see

LG G6: what we want to seeUpdate: The LG G6 may see the introduction of integrated wireless charging technology for the very first time on an LG phone.If there’s one thing the LG G5 isn&rsquo…

LG G Flex 3 might not be dead after all

Despite getting solid reviews for the LG G Flex and LG G Flex 2 it was starting to look like LG might never make an LG G Flex 3 and instead leave Samsung to scoop up all the fans of curved screens.…