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.
It’s not uncommon for manufacturer to have a main flagship and then create one or more offshoot variants to it with specific use cases or target markets. LG did it last with with the LG G3 and the Vigor, Stylus, and Vista variants and they seem to be continuing the trend this year. Late last night, LG announced the G4 Stylus and the G4c — new variants of the recently announced G4.
The day has finally come, through all the leaks and teases from the community and LG, they have finally made the G4, their latest and greatest flagship, official. The G4 looks to be LG prime combatant against the S6 and all the other Android flagships out in the wild right now. Plus, LG has given the G4 a very peculiar fabric design to keep the device….unique.
LG is no stranger to the Android Wear market. With the launch of the LG G Watch and the LG G Watch R, it would appear that LG has a pretty good handle on their smartwatches. LG recently announced the LG Watch Urbane, and it is now available for purchase on the Google Store. Of all the smartwatches on the Google Store, the Watch Urbane is currently the highest in price.
Last weekend, LG told the world of a new Android Wear watch that they were releasing soon, the LG Watch Urbane. The Urbane touts a classy, all-metal Wear device in which to rival the Moto 360. In the press release though, LG only included photos and nothing else. Now it seems they have added a video in an attempt to impress us even further.
It was only eleven days ago that T-Mobile dropped the price of the Nexus 4 to an incredible $50, and now, they’ve gone ahead and started offering it for free to anyone willing to sign a two-year contract.