I’m already hearing that the Z3 is not a go for many because of the lack of a 2K display.
So let’s compare the two.
The Xperia Z3 has a clear and bright 5.2-inch 1080p LCD screen with aÂ pixelÂ density of 442ppi and Sony’s TRILUMINOS Display, Live Color LED, and X-Reality and the LG G3’s 5.5-inch QHD display with a pixel density of 538 ppi is amazing BUT. While the increase in resolution is noticeable, the G3’s has a dim display, color inaccuracy, and its clearly over-sharpened when you hold them side by side. Both phones are amazing to look at. But in my opinion the Xperia Z3 is the winner.
As 1440p games and video become available for the G3 then I would possibly change my mind. But as of now everything is still 1080p unless you are watching a TK Tech News video in 1440 or MKBHD in 1440 on YouTube, there really isn’t a use for 1440p displays at this time.
So straight to the point.
Info from a source says that LG may still have a Nexus device in the fold for Google.
Yeah I know what about Motorola etc. Well it looks as if LG may have a 64gb nexus 5 as a more budget friendly option next to the new Motorola nexus device.
This isn’t the first time we have heard this but it goes without saying this is a rumor. We are working to get some type of confirmation. Stay tuned more details as this develops.
LG’s New Wearable : Official Teaser: http://youtu.be/1STW7LQXONo
Update at bottom.
We have told you for months about new plans and other moves sprint was making. One in particular was that Sprint was eliminating Unlimited Data. We heard the trolls and sprint fan boys cry that we were wrong its not happening.
Wait for it……. Told you so.
We don’t expect those same people to own it here but it is what it is right….
So wait Sprint just launched a new “Unlimited Plan” right? Well you are right. It depends on your term of unlimited. The new sprint unlimited plan will give you Unlimited Talk Text and Data. What they don’t tell you is after 2.5gb just like via Boost Mobile you get throttled.
Now the fine print hasn’t been dropped yet but this comes from internal docs from sprint.
What if I have unlimited data? If you have a old plan you better not change a thing on it. Even changing your insurance or features can cause you to lose your unlimited data.
As most know. I left Verizon for sprint for our business lines because of the “crap” Verizon was pulling. Now I have to admit we were lucky we got in on the unlimited before the cut off date.
But to be honest this is a real sucky move by sprint. And the new $60 unlimited plan is very misleading to customers.
Could sprint change direction? Yes they could…. But will they? I doubt it.
The public letter to all Carriers John Legere put out yesterday spelled out how to be an Uncarrier. These recent moves look like more flash in the pan stuff from Sprint.
I was seriously holding out hope for serious change. But sadly its more of the same.
Above image (ONLY IF YOU WANT TO BE SCREWED ON DATA)
The Framily plan is still available and it’s the only way to get the unlimited data guarantee.
Find this loop hole
(“Is the Sprint Unlimited Guarantee included in this new plan?
Yes, the Unlimited Guarantee is also part of the Sprint Framily plan, therefore, you will maintain the Unlimited Guarantee on the unlimited talk, text and data features as long as you remain a customer in good standing. If you choose the 1GB or 3GB data option for a line, the Sprint Unlimited Guarantee applies only to unlimited talk and text.”)
So you can still get the no throttle data. Get it while it’s hot
Thanks to an awesome tipster at LG We got a bunch of new information on a TabPhone in final testing for LG.
Names being thrown around for this device is the LG G Plus and LG G Ultra
Here are some specs.
7 inch 2K display
SD Card Support
16gb on board storage
LTE A (Korea)
This will be a US Carrier exclusive not sure as to which carrier yet will update as soon as we know.
The interesting thing about the device is there is no earpiece. It uses a new technology that vibrates the display at the top that produced the sound. This tech is found on the new sharp Aquos from Sprint.
Another cool feature is using Q Pair to take phone calls on a smaller device from the tablet or vise versa.
Interesting news out of LG.
Will be interesting to see the final product stay tuned. This device is slated for a early 2015 launch says source. But does not rule out the possibility of this year.