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Following in the footsteps of Apple and Samsung, LG is going to design its own smartphone and tablet processors.

The Korea company has teamed up with Taiwanese chipmaker TSMC, and according to a source familiar with its plans, the upcoming G3 flagship will be LG’s first smartphone powered by an in-house processor.


Last year, LG surprised everyone with the design of the LG G2. The handset barely had any bezel that allowed the Korean company to fit in a bigger screen inside a relatively small body. Most consumers are expecting that LG will be able to further reduce the bezel space on the G2′s successor.

Now, thanks to @evleaks, we now have a couple of leaked images of the LG isai FL, which might very well be based on the G3 and gives us the first look at the handset’s design.


LG, slightly earlier than anticipated, is currently rolling out the eagerly-awaited Android 4.4.2 KitKat over-the-air (OTA) update to all models of its flagship tablet, the G Pad 8.3, located in Europe. In terms of added functionality, the upgrade brings KitKat and Knock Code to the handset, complete with the usual bug fixes, speed optimizations and stability improvements that we’ve grown to expect from any major software update.

LG L70

Evleaks on Twitter has revealed the American variant of the LG L70 which is expected to break cover via MetroPCS in the coming days. The handset is already available in Europe and this leak confirms its imminent arrival in the U.S. as well.


LG paraded a prototype of its upcoming G Watch, one of the first smartwatches powered by Google’s exciting new Android Wear operating system, at a product showcase event in the U.K. this week. And according to one LG representative in attendance, you’ll be able to buy the new wearable before July for less than £180 ($300).

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