The LG G3 has just been announced and there is only one more question to be answered. Also, Apple is planning to share WWDC with us. Oppo is not staying behind in the news, with a new device being announced this week.
We already know the LG G3 will be in Korea next week and in Europe this June, but what about the rest of the world? Sadly, there is no details to be shared yet, but we do know the LG G3 will be available from all major carriers in the USA.
Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint have all announced they will be carrying the device. There is no mention of specific release dates, but T-Mobile does say it’s coming “this summer”. This means the device should be released in about two months, at the longest. Possibly sooner, though.
Opinion: I am loving that LG is taking the G3 all over the market. By the way, Sprint is holding an exclusive on the golden version. To be honest, I wouldn’t go with Sprint even if they gave me a device made of actual gold.
Want to see what announcements and developer information Apple may have at next week’s WWDC (World Wide Developer Conference)? Well, you can! Apple has just announced they will be live streaming the conference. The event starts on June 2nd, at 10:00 AM Pacific.
There is one slight requirement, though. You will need an Apple device to watch. Safari 4 or later is required, as well as OS X v10.6 or higher. You can also use an Apple TV to watch, but it can only be the 2nd or 3rd generation, with at least software 5.0.2.
Opinion: We don’t know what Apple may have in store for us. These are usually very developer-focused events, but we may very well hear something about that Beats acquisition.
Oppo has taken it upon Weibo to share its upcoming announcement. The Chinese manufacturer will be making an announcement come May 30th, which is this Friday. The protagonist role will be falling upon a device we have been talking about for some time now – the rumored Oppo N1 Mini.