LG officially announced today its exit from the mobile market (although it will continue to update its mobiles and respect the warranty in Europe), a company that has not made any profit since the start of 2015.
While the company could have made better decisions along the way, it cannot be denied that the South Korean company has had excellent motives throughout its history.
LG surrenders: it will quit the mobile phone business
The LG company has announced that it is officially leaving the mobile phone business and will focus on other more profitable areas.
Today we save the flagship Android mobile section to review the most notable mobiles in LG history.
Nexus 4 and 5
Since 2016 Google has been another mobile maker with its Pixels, but in the past they had a very special brand called Nexus. Each year the Nexus was created in collaboration with Google and a renowned manufacturer, depending on the years.
The Nexus 4 was LG’s first Nexus and one of the brand’s most popular. A mobile with the maximum power of the time, a spectacular screen, a design that captured all eyes and a camera that, although not up to the task, had very interesting technologies such as Photosphere.
It is a terminal that I will remember personally with great fondness because it is the mobile that I have used the longest as my main mobile.
A year later, LG would rehearse with the Nexus 5, a mobile that took everything spectacular from the Nexus 4 and made it even better.
It is one of the most beloved Android phones and few would benefit from an updated version of this model.
LG G2: the best mobile in its history
The LG G2 is for many the best mobile in LG history. In a year when most high-end rivals were using the Snapdragon 600 processor, LG released the Snapdragon 800, a processor that would lay the foundation for Qualcomm’s high-end processor.
Beyond its excessive power, it is a mobile which surprised by its enormous battery and its vision of the future, betting on really small frames for the time in which we were in. Certainly a precursor of what we know today.
Commitment to modularity and wide angle: G5
Despite the fact that the most popular LG mobile is the G2, the one that for me was one of the company’s most relevant mobiles in terms of courage was none other than the LG G5.
LG is betting big on this mobile with a modular system at a time when most mobiles had practically lost all possibility of easily changing the battery. Beyond this simple change, specific modules have been created to enrich the experience of this mobile.
While modularity was an experience that didn’t eventually catch on, the commitment to ultra-wide-angle photography turned out to have great potential. Virtually all brands ended up adding this type of camera as one of the most important sensors, but it was LG that risked it all for it.
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We analyze in depth the LG G5, the modular mobile with Android. Opinions, ratings, video review … Is it worth buying? We clarify your doubts.
If only they had known how to sell it, it might have been a turning point in the business.
V10: robust and with double screen
Another experience that did not last long was that of the V range, which during the remaining years of life became the most important of the company in terms of innovation.
The LG V10 was a gigantic mobile with a robust appearance, a mobile which stood out mainly by the incorporation of a second screen which had several uses beyond the incorporation of shortcuts, like a multimedia control which was very useful for enjoy the excellent sound quality of this Terminal.
LG V10: in-depth analysis and user experience
The LG V10 is a huge mobile that might not appeal to everyone, but it’s also a great smartphone in many ways. We will tell you about it in this review.
The LG V50 would later reinvent the concept of the dual screen, but in a completely different way.
LG Wing, the pioneer of a new era that will never see the light of day
A few months ago, the company announced a new bet known as Project Explorer, a project that emerged from the Wing, a mobile with two integrated screens that took the multitasking experience even further.
The Wing was going to be the first of many mobiles to bet on innovative formats such as the LG Rollable, which ultimately did not happen.
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