Yesterday, LG released a teaser photo hoping to drum up excitement for its upcoming appearance at Mobile World Congress. Unfortunately, the teaser was quite boring and completely void of any information or hints as to what they could possibly be unveiling. Now, it seems LG is following up with its uneventful teasers by releasing a vague and unexciting MWC video.
The video claims a “breakthrough will be made at MWC 2013,” and fills our screens with buzzwords such as “Premium,” “Stylish,” “Speedy,” etc. — all vague adjectives that could describe just about any mobile device available.
You’ll also notice quite a few slice effects and sounds, splitting the screen into two. Perhaps we’re looking at another failed dual-screen device?
I have absolutely no idea what LG has in store for us at MWC and frankly, I can’t say I’m excited in the least bit. Curious? Yes. Excited? Not really.
Does this video get you excited? What do you expect LG to finally unveil at MWC? Whatever it is, they sure aren’t setting the bar high with these lame teasers.
The Urban Armor Gear series of cases for the LG G4 aim to protect and serve your mobile device in a virtual blanket of, well, urban armor. Designed from a patented lightweight composite consisting of a hard outer shell and a soft impact resistant core, this dual layer defense not only meets military drop-test standards (MIL STD 810G 516.6), but looks good doing it. Now, before I go into more detail, let it be know that I have always been more of an au naturel device kind of guy, but after a bit of time with the Ash colored LG G4 Urban Armor Case, I can tell you that this case won’t be coming off any time soon.
The DROID brand deserves the majority of credit for the amount of early success that the Android operating system had in 2009 and 2010. From the original Motorola DROID to the original DROID Incredible, this was the brand of phones that people flocked to if they wanted a phone outside of the iPhone, not just because of a great marketing campaign, but because these were top of the line phones. Ask most of the readers on this site which phone got them started on Android, and you shouldn’t be surprised to hear them say, “The OG DROID.” It’s an iconic phone that helped launch Android to the top.
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