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Not every smartphone is designed to take a beating, and less expensive phones often leave durability as the least important part of the device. Now, LG is bringing us a rugged Android smartphone which, on paper, seems like a pretty good value — the LG X Venture.

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LG Stories May 8

GOOG: 934.30

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While Samsung and Apple have dominated the US smartphone market for years, LG has always been a strong competitor in the background. Now, the South Korean OEM has taken a huge portion of the US market, solidifying its spot as the number three smartphone maker.

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Everyone can use an Echo Dot: Just $50!

LG Stories April 19

GOOG: 838.21

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LG Stories April 11

GOOG: 823.35

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Trendforce data seen by us suggests that Samsung overtook Apple in Q1 smartphone sales even before the company’s new flagship Galaxy S8 lands in stores in Q2. Most of the gains made by the company were thanks to lower-end devices.

Samsung’s sales results for its high-end smartphones fell short of expectations in the first quarter as consumers’ confidence in the brand had yet to fully recover from the recall of Galaxy Note 7. Nevertheless, Samsung continued to do very well in the mid-range and low-end segments of the market. The economically priced, high-performing Galaxy J series sustained Samsung’s shipments and contributed significantly to the expansion of the brand’s overall smartphone production volume. Samsung was the only brand that saw positive growth in production volume during the off season of the first quarter.

There was less cheer when it came to high-end devices, however …

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LG Stories April 10

GOOG: 824.73

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Earlier this year, LG was hit with a class action lawsuit over the way it handled bootloop issues on the LG G4 and LG V10. Now, however, the lawsuit against the company has been expanded as the LG G5, V20, and Nexus 5X are added to the case…

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LG Stories April 9

GOOG: 824.67

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The next-generation Pixel might feature a flexible OLED display from LG if a rumored Google investment pans out. According to South Korea’s Electronic Times, Google has offered to make an $880 million investment in LG’s display division.

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