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[CES2016] LG announces two new Android smartphones in their new K series of devices

LG has debuted two new Android smartphones at CES this morning in a new series of devices dubbed the ‘K Series’. The company states that these new smartphones will feature many of the features their premium devices come with, but at a lower, more affordable price than their top tier phones. The first two devices in this new series are the K10 and the K7, both of which will be shown off during CES 2016.

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It has begun! CES 2016 officially begins today, but the anarchy doesn’t start until tomorrow

With Christmas and New Years over for 2015, and being a few days into a fresh new year, this can only mean one thing and that is its time for CES 2016. Like always we will be there, checking out all the latest and greatest in regards to Android, whether it be a bunch of new devices, new peripherals, or whatever else you can think of. There’s always something good for Android gamers at CES.

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[Updated: Availability Details] [CES2015] LG announces the new LG G Flex 2 Android phone

LG held their morning CES 2015 press conference and admits plenty of TV and monitor announcements and home appliances, the company waited till the very end to announce what everyone pretty much knew was already coming – the LG G Flex 2. The announcement came in the style of the company wanting you to make love with the device with your face, or at least that is how it sounded during the announcement.

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Puppy Pop Review: Playing a Match-3 Puzzle game using the LG G3 Quick Circle

Platform exclusives are the love letters written to gamers in an effort to say “please come play with us, but not in that creepy way that those little girls did in the Shining.” Instead, the platform owner wishes to convince gamers that their particular platform offers a unique experience. This can be seen with iOS and Android, and even among Android OEMs. Nvidia secured several exclusives for their Tegra chip line, and Amazon acquired an entire game studio to develop content for their branded line of Fire tablets and media players.