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The Best LG G4 Accessories

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The Best LG G4 Accessories

The LG G4 is the Korean giant’s latest attempt at a top smartphone, which packs a stunning display, cracking camera and plenty of power.

 

The design is certainly alternative compared to the variety of black rectangles on the market, as you can have it in plastic or leather – plus the power and volume buttons are on the back. In short, the G4 takes many aspects we loved about the G3, and brings them bang up to date.

 

If you’ve decided this IS your handset of choice, then make sure you’re making the most of your new smartphone by lavishing it with a selection of the best LG G4 accessories available.

 

Whether you simply want to protect it with a hard-wearing case, keep it charged with a handy dock or give it even more storage capacity for storing games and media, there’s a wide range of kit available to match up with your LG G4.

 

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Gadget Show Live 2013

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gsl2013The Gadget Show Live has once again returned to Birmingham and is now, in it’s 5th year is becoming a staple of the UK’s yearly technology show diary.  It’s by far the most consumer-focused and plays host to both manufacturers showing off their latest wares as well as a host of retailers with huge range of gadgetry to check out and buy, including more mobile phone and tablet accessories than you can shake a (USB) stick at.


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Why do third party App stores exist on Android?

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I’ve taken a look at quite a few Android handsets over the last few months and one thing that I’ve come up against over and over again is the plethora of manufacturer-branded app stores that pointlessly spoil the coherence of the Android experience.  In the early days when Google’s app experience was no where close to that of iOS, you would forgive the of Samsung for being cautious and including a third party store to bolster the quality of the app availability to users.


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LG L7 P700 Smartphone – Review

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LG have recently had lots of attention on their official arrival to the Google party with the Nexus 4, but they’ve been with Android for a while now and have launched some handsets that have been fairly popular, especially in their native South Korea. One of LG’s latest , the Optimus L7 takes a seat at the mid-range and has a lot going for it considering it’s sub-£180 price. Hopefully there’s more to this handset than it’s slightly unimaginative name!

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There’s no stopping the Android train

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There’s no getting away from it, Android is an unstoppable force that is backed by some of the biggest hardware manufacturers around.  Because of it being the OS of choice for all new phones from HTC, Samsung, Motorola, LG and more, it’s rocketed it’s little green behind to the top of the mobile tree in relatively little time.

In the process Symbian is being dropped by manufacturers left and right, whilst Samsung hasn’t whole heartedly got behind it’s own Bada operating system, which never really presented much of a threat to anyone.  Dare we even mention MeeGo?


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Gadget Show Live 2011 – Our Highlights

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This week the Birmingham NEC played host to the 3rd Gadget Show Live exhibition.  The show was expanded this year with a much larger gaming hall and proper food facilities meaning not so many of the horrendous lines as there was last year!

The crowd also welcomed the return of the ‘Super Theatre’ Live show where the well known faces of the Channel 5 show came out to emulate the capers of their television series and please the crowd…


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