LG's 2012 is off with an OLED bang, courtesy of the company's new 55-inch HDTV. It is the world's thinnest, lightest, and largest OLED TV yet. Also introduced at CES 2012 was the LG Spectrum LTE handset, which brings the same 4.5-inch 720p IPS display of the Nitro HD to Verizon subscribers. And that's before the doors to CES have even opened.
LG was showing off its 2012 HDTV lineup at CES, including an 84-inch 4K panel, and the LM9600 — a 55-inch set with a 1mm bezel.
Hands-on impressions of LG's first ultrabooks, the Z330 and Z430. The 13.3-inch and 14-inch ultrabooks have SSDs and aluminum construction.
Sprint has just announced its LTE launch strategy today: along with the Galaxy Nexus, Sprint will also carry the LG Viper and Sierra Wireless Tri-Network Hotspot.
LG's True HD IPS display is making its way to Verizon, to do battle with the Galaxy Nexus. The 4.5-inch Spectrum was just introduced at LG's CES 2012 press event.
It's real, people! LG's mythical 55-inch OLED TV was just unveiled here at CES 2012, and honestly, it's even more amazing than the words "55-inch OLED" would lead you to believe.
The LG Spectrum, a 4G LTE phone on Verizon, has been confirmed.
We've known LG and VMware have been working on phones with virtual Android instances since February, but now Verizon and Telefonica wil be launching a phone with the tech "in the coming months."
LG's 55-inch OLED TV under wraps at CES 2012
Google just announced that LG, Sony, and Vizio will be showing off Google TV devices at CES 2012, with additional devices from Samsung coming later in the year.
LG's 55-inch OLED television is world's largest, measures just 4-mm thick, and is headed to CES 2012.
It's all but a given that Intel will be showing off a smartphone running its Medfield platform at CES. According to a report from Korea Times attributed to Intel Korea chief Lee Hee-sung, Intel head Paul Otellini will be showing off an LG Android smartphone running Medfield, with the implication it would make its way to consumer release sometime later in the year.
LG couldn't wait for CES to take the wraps off what could very well be its flagship television for next year. It's announced that it will be showing off an 84-inch "ultra-definition" television at the show with a 3840 x 2160 screen resolution, 3D capability, and all of LG's Smart TV bells and whistles — including a library of 1,200 apps and its voice-controlled Magic Remote feature.