LG G8 Review: A Phone That Falls Short of Technological Wizardry

It’s been a while since I’ve used a phone with such wildly different personalities living in the same device, but here were are. On the outside, the LG G8 features a fantastically sleek and minimalist design as good or better than other phones on the market. But on the inside, the G8 dreams of being a technological wizard, combining high-end specs and components with some truly out there features that even LG’s biggest rivals don’t have. It’s a story of a model with futuristic good looks, but with the mind of a mad scientist. And while the former tends to win out, I can’t help but appreciate the latter’s ambition. Read More >>

MWC 2019: The LG G8 Will Make You Feel Like a Magician, Sort of

LG’s G series phones have been in a weird spot for a little while. Take the G7 for example. It’s a solid phone, but it’s not quite techy or beautiful enough to keep up with Samsung or Huawei’s flagships. It’s also a bit too expensive to really compete with mid-range handsets like the OnePlus 6 or 6T. So for the G8, LG decided to get spicy by testing out an all-new method of biometric security, while simultaneously trying to revive what was until now a long-abandoned gimmick. Read More >>

The LG G8 ThinQ’s Screen is Also its Speaker

If you paid any attention to the brief influx of port-free phones from a couple of weeks ago, you'll remember that the designers had scrapped the speaker grilles for dumb aesthetic reasons. So those phones promised the phone's display would also act as a speaker, a feature that's also being put to slightly more mainstream use with the LG G8 ThinQ. Read More >>