Everything looks good except Verizon on top, I’ve got an original LG G Pad 8.3 w/ LTE on Verizon’s network – it’s got a Snapdragon 600 but still pulls it’s weight with tasks. The battery live isn’t the best but w/e it’s a tablet not my daily driver anyway.
AT&T LG Escape 2 is almost an S3 with lollipop and a higher price….Not everyone wants a 5+ inch phone. LG Escape 2 is 4.7 inches. By the way. even budget phones shouldn’t have 1 GB RAM. It really isn’t enough to fluently run the OS.
I am just really wanting to see news of high-end WP for Verizon. Verizon will probably demand a cut back version of the one LG wants to make. Like the Lumia 1520 that they got with just 16GB storage and no Qi…Hope its not some mid range phone. We have enough of those. Drop a G4 running Windows 10!
Via: Windows Central, Mashable, Korea Herald
As much as I love Sony and their phones, I’m starting to get bored with their incremental updates to the series. And as far as the camera goes, they haven’t truly upgraded that for something like 2 years now..
Love my Z2, but I’m not really sure that even now it’s worth upgrading for a long while yet.
Hopefully LG figured out how to get more battery life this time. The G3 battery life was pretty meh. Not sure I like that big seam in the leather on the back. I prefer Motorola’s leather style, though I wonder if this means the LG will have thicker and more durable leather with better adhesion (the lift on the recent Moto X’s back was pretty bad on some units). Anyway, I’m intrigued but not yet sold.
I commend Sony for keeping the same basic design for the Xperia Z4. Sony’s Xperia phones are beautiful — better looking than the competition’s. Why change a great thing just for the sake of change?
I hope the Xperia Z4 is available on Sprint. If it’s not I’ll have to settle for the Samsung Galaxy 6, even though it is coyote ugly.
Source: Mobile Leaks, OnLeaks; via: Xperia Blog