The biggest non-Samsung announcement at CES 2021 was arguably LG's Rollable phone, followed closely by TCL's own foray into the nascent rollable category.
South Korean manufacturer, LG, recently released a tough, military-grade phone in India. The LG K42 is a rugged phone that was first announced as early ...
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The latest HDMI standard unlocks new graphics features on the PS5 and Xbox Series X, higher resolution potential on 8K TVs and more.
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LG smartphone business has been struggling for quite some time. However, in the last year, the brand decided to bring a major overhaul to its ...
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'The employment will be maintained, so there is no need to worry,' says CEO LG Electronics is reportedly considering leaving the smartphone business this year, according to a leaked internal memo issued by CEO Kwon Bong-seok.…
LG might exit the smartphone business and it’s already in talks with potential suitors to buy its unit. After yesterday’s reports of LG‘s internal memo informing staffers of this step, Korean dailies are reporting today that the company might sell the smartphone segment to a Vietnamese conglomerate, VinGroup. According to Business Korea, VinGroup has the most attractive offer on the table for the Korean tech giant’s phone business. The Vietnamese group already produces LG‘s phones as an Original Design Manufacturer (ODM). It’s the third-largest phone maker in Vietnam after Samsung and Oppo. As Korea Times reported yesterday, continuous losses are one of… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: LG
Facing stiff competition and heavy losses, LG has had a mixed track record in the phone business.
LG says it needs to make "a cold judgment" about its only money-losing division.
Facing stiff competition and heavy losses, LG may be looking for a smartphone exit strategy.
LG may exit the smartphone business, abandoning its fledgling rollable smartphone roadmap and recent oddball form-factors amid rising competition in the mobile space. Though still one of the better-known names in the cellphone space, the past few years have been a struggle for LG nonetheless, with the company racking up around $4.5 billion in losses for the division over the … Continue reading
LG is considering selling or downsizing its smartphone business.
LG’s Wing smartphone. | Photo by Chaim Gartenberg / The Verge
LG is considering exiting the smartphone market in 2021. After losing around $4.5 billion over the past five years, LG’s smartphone business has been struggling to compete with rivals. Now LG CEO Kwon Bong-seok has notified employees that the company is considering making big changes to its smartphone business.
The Korea Herald reports that Kwon Bong-seok sent out an internal memo to staff on Wednesday, hinting at a change in direction for LG’s phone business. “Since the competition in the global market for mobile devices is getting fiercer, it is about time for LG to make a cold judgment and the best choice,” says an LG official in a statement to The Korea Herald. “The company is considering all possible measures, including sale,...
Although it didn’t exactly have a new phone to announce at CES 2021 a few days ago, LG did show off something that it promised would be coming soon. Confirming months or even years of rumors and speculations, LG officially revealed it has been working on a rollable phone and, better yet, it will be coming to markets this year. … Continue reading
Samsung The Frame and LG OLED TVs are getting tripod TV stands, but which is better?
The 2021 LG OLED lineup also includes an 83-inch size, an updated C1 series with better processing and a less-expensive A1 model.
The foldable segment of smartphones basically is under Samsung’s belt. The company already unveiled two generations of its horizontally folding Galaxy Fold and two variants ...
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From touchless faucets to an oven that uses air to sous vide, these are the most interesting home and kitchen tech products from CES 2021.
CES 2021 was packed with impressive new displays from Sony, Samsung, LG, and TCL. Here are our picks for the best new TV models announced at the show.
The HU810P is an ultrabright home theater projector that costs $3,000.