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11:00 (EDT) | The Galaxy Note 8, which should be announced at IFA in September, has appeared on the HTML5Test online database running Android 7.1.1 Nougat, and scored an impressive 488 out of a total of 555 points in the web browsing performance test, reports SamMobile.
13:20 (EDT) | LG may release the upcoming G7 a little earlier than expected in order to get a head start on its rivals. It’s thought that the handset will hit the shelves in January, 2018, a month before the firm usually announces its latest flagship smartphone.
14:45 (EDT) | Following its unveiling on Monday, June 12, a number of renders have surfaced online showcasing a variant of the Moto E4 with Verizon’s
ugly instantly recognizable branding; however, the operator is yet to announce that it will carry the device.
15:30 (EDT) | In an attempt to recover from the negative press surrounding the two class-action lawsuits G4 and V10 customers filed in the United States over bootloop issues, LG has announced that it will extend its warranty of the G6 from 12-to 24-months.