LG Spirit 4G – the mid-range curved smartphone from LG

LG G Flex 2 is not the only new device of 2015 from the South Koreans as LG Spirit 4G enters the market. The device was just announced and it also has a curved screen with Lollipop OS at launch. And that’s about all the excitement about it…well, maybe the mid-range position will be endearing to many possible customers too.


LG Spirit


LG Spirit 4G does not mention flexibility, which means it will likely not have the healing and bending power G Flex 2 has. The 4.7” 720p IPS LCD screen is standard and is covered by curved glass covers. Under the chassis you will find a Snapdragon 410 with 1 GB of RAM and a 8MP camera with a 2100 mAh battery. It will run on the updated Android 5.0.1 with LG’s skin.


The device remains an LG branded product with the rear-placed buttons and a clear screen. It is rather thick at 9.95mm even if it has the smallish battery. There is no known price for the Spirit 4G as of yet and it will be first launched in the UK.

Source: AndroidPolice


LG G Flex 2 sold exclusively by Vodafone in the UK for the first 6 weeks after launch

LG G Flex 2 will be sold in the UK as well, and Vodafone owns it for the first 6 weeks after launch. The newly announced LG product will be selling in the US and across the pond as well, the first carrier to be distributing the device being Vodafone.




The device will be available across a number of data plans including the 4G plans which include choosing between Spotify Premium, Sky sports mobile TV and NOW TV entertainment pass.

Other details regarding the price and actual launch date are still unknown, but we will come back with news regarding L G G Flex 2 when they become available.

Source: AndroidPolice

News Tablets

Tesco HUDL2 – a new quad-core tablet for the brits at a special price!

Tesco announces a new HUDL2 tablet with better specs and new improvements! The UK-based tech chain may not be as well known in the US, but it is actually the world’s second most profitable retailer in the entire world, being outclassed only by Walmart. Initially, the Tesco chain activated in the supermarket industry but, ever since, it spread to technology and general goods sectors.

Hudl 2 tablet is the follow-up to last year’s Hudl and it is aimed at the family segment. It is faster, bigger and looks better too, and soon it will be available for only $200 USD or £129.



Hudl 2


What will the brits buy at the price? See below:

  • 8.3” 1080p LCD screen
  • Intel Atom quad-core processor at 1.85 GHz
  • 2 GB of RAM
  • 16GB of storage with the possibility of adding a microSD slot
  • Dual-WiFi band
  • Bluetooth 4.0
  • Dolby stereo speakers
  • Built-in parental controls
  • Android 4.4 KitKat with Google Play.

Last year’s Hudl had only a Rocketchip ARM processor helped by 1 GB of RAM, which means that Hudl2’s upgrade to a quad-core and 2 GB of RAM are a nice boost. Not much customization is brought in on the OS side, the only changes being parental controls for content filtering and creating up to seven user profiles.


The tablet will be available in more color variants and can be purchased online starting October 8th (at the special price of £99) or picked up directly from stores starting October 10th. Hurry up, Tesco says that when Hudl2 is gone, it’s gone!

Source: Tesco


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