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LG Music Flow review: A multiroom Jekyll and Hyde
Audio 3.5 out of 5

LG Music Flow review: A multiroom Jekyll and Hyde

By 17 June 2015

LG entered the multiroom music arena not with an exploratory dip of the toe, but with an explosion: a fully-featured line-up of audio products, designed to cater for just about any situation.  In its sights is Sonos, the system that has not only set... >>

LG UF950V 4K TV review: Future-proof fidelity
Televisions 4.5 out of 5

LG UF950V 4K TV review: Future-proof fidelity

By 1 June 2015

If you're in the market for a striking new TV then the only way to go is 4K. We're on the cusp of an ultra-high definition future, but lack of compatibility and content has been the biggest problem. Until now. The LG UF950V, the company's flagship 4K-er... >>

LG G4 review: A balance of phone meets phablet
Phones 4.5 out of 5

LG G4 review: A balance of phone meets phablet

By 28 May 2015

LG has risen through the ranks in the smartphone world, its large-screen G3 happily going elbows-out for a deserved spot on the 2014 flagship podium. Relying on high-flying specification rather than designer branding - as some of the company's less successful... >>

LG Watch Urbane review: All that glitters is not rose gold
Wearables 3.5 out of 5

LG Watch Urbane review: All that glitters is not rose gold

By 21 May 2015

LG launched the Watch Urbane to the world, saying it was time to step forward with luxury accessories that people would really want to wear. Presented in stainless steel or rose gold, the LG Watch Urbane looks to take a more traditional approach to this... >>

LG G4: Stunning camera with Quantum Display to show it off (hands-on)
Phones

LG G4: Stunning camera with Quantum Display to show it off (hands-on)

By 28 April 2015

LG has finally taken the wraps off its G4 flagship smartphone, and it's a stunner. The new leather back, smarter camera and beautiful Quantum Display all make this impressive on paper. But with a slightly lower spec hexa-core processor does it keep up... >>

LG G Flex 2 review: Is curved the new cool?
Phones 4 out of 5

LG G Flex 2 review: Is curved the new cool?

By 13 March 2015

The G Flex is back and better than before as LG has another crack at the curved smartphone format. That's perhaps no surprise, as the company is pushing the curved message in television too. The justification remains more or less the same: that viewing... >>

LG Watch Urbane LTE: Fully connected glimpse of the future (hands-on)
Gadgets

LG Watch Urbane LTE: Fully connected glimpse of the future (hands-on)

By 1 March 2015

When the LG Watch Urbane LTE was announced, it was easy to assume that this was the Android Wear device, but connected with LTE. Nothing could be further from the truth.  The LG Watch Urbane LTE might share its name with the Android Wear device (which... >>

LG Magna hands-on: All about that curve, 'bout that curve, no P-OLED
Phones

LG Magna hands-on: All about that curve, 'bout that curve, no P-OLED

By 1 March 2015

The LG Magna is the top device in LG's "premium mid-range", recently announced and shown at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.  It sits amongst its brothers - Spirit, Leon and Joy - but Magna is the device that speaks to us. The important thing about... >>

LG Watch Urbane: A classic take on Android Wear (hands-on)
Wearables

LG Watch Urbane: A classic take on Android Wear (hands-on)

By 1 March 2015

Smartwatches are not standing still. Having impressed us with the round display of the LG G Watch R, the smartwatch has taken a step forward with the LG Watch Urbane.  The G Watch Urbane is a premium take on the smartwatch, looking to add desirability... >>

LG 55EC930V TV review: Throwing an OLED curveball at 4K competitors
Televisions 4.5 out of 5

LG 55EC930V TV review: Throwing an OLED curveball at 4K competitors

By 9 February 2015

With plasma having drawn its last breath, the choices you have for TV displays are narrowing. The vast majority are now LCD with some form of LED illumination, with plenty of advancements at all levels of set, or there's the typically more expensive OLED. ... >>