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GOOG: 968.15

-2.74

The LG V20 was one of my favorites phones toward the end of 2016, but it surely wasn’t without its issues. It lacked popular features like water resistance and simply wasn’t available if you lived anywhere in Europe. Today, LG is fixing that with the debut of the LG Q8.

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LG Stories July 19

GOOG: 970.89

5.49

The LG G6 has been out for several months now which means we have had time to test out all of the best cases currently available for the smartphone. So if you’re looking to pick up the LG G6 or already have, here’s a rundown of the best cases to go along with your new handset…

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Everyone can use an Echo Dot: Just $50!

LG Stories July 18

GOOG: 965.40

11.98

Samsung and LG have smartphones coming this year supporting T-Mobile’s 600MHz spectrum

One of T-Mobile’s biggest weaknesses over the years has been its performance inside buildings. The “un-carrier” is looking to change that, though, with the addition of 600MHz spectrum that it has been talking about for a while. Recently, T-Mobile’s CTO confirmed that two major Android OEMs will offer support for that spectrum in upcoming devices.

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LG Stories July 12

GOOG: 943.83

13.74

LG sending out invites for August 31 event, likely for V30 announcement

Yesterday a video render leaked of the upcoming V30 that gave us a good look at what to expect from LG later this summer. Today, we have received an invitation to an LG-hosted event taking place on August 31st during IFA, presumingly for the V30’s official announcement…

LG Stories July 11

GOOG: 930.09

1.29

Rumors regarding LG’s upcoming V30 smartphone have been a bit mixed. On one hand, we could be getting a unique dual-screen slider, but on the other, we could be getting something much more like the LG G6. According to the latest leaks, it’s looking more like the latter.

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LG Stories July 10

GOOG: 928.80

10.21

As teased yesterday, LG has officially announced the Q6, a line that brings the G6’s marquee “FullVision” display into the mid-range. However, that designation brings notable downsides, including a plastic rear, no fingerprint sensor, and a Snapdragon 435 processor.

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