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Google really wants LG users to switch to Pixel with this new ad

You can still get the most out of Pixel with the Pixel 5a. What you need to know Google has released a new ad for the Pixel 5a to make it feel relevant amid the Pixel 6 frenzy. The eight-minute ad offers 113 reasons to switch to Google Pixel. Google is obviously trying to get LG users to make the jump to its smartphone. Google's new ad wants you to feel that your Pixel 5a is still relevant in the midst of the Pixel 6 craze. The search giant offered more than a hundred reasons to switch to Google Pixel, and it's clear that the message is aimed at LG users. The eight-minute ad lists 113 reasons to switch to Pixel "when the maker of your old phone stops making phones." The catchphrase clearly refers to LG, which exited the smartphone market earlier this year after failing to turn a profit for the last five years. Among the practical reasons cited in the video ad are Pixel's useful features, such as its seamless integration with Google services and a sl

Save $130 and get a free XBoom speaker with LG's 55-inch 4K OLED Smart TV

LG has an interesting promotion going on right now at Amazon. You can get one of LG's amazing OLED TVs and get a free XBoom speaker to go with it. There's also a direct discount on several versions of the CX Series TV, so you get a lot of savings here. For example, the LG OLED55CXPUA CX Series 55-inch 4K OLED Smart TV is down to a price of $1,349.99 on Amazon . That's $130 off its regular cost of $1,480 and the second lowest price we've ever seen for this TV. If you include the value of the XBoom speaker, it's the best deal yet. The speaker you get is LG's XBoom Go PL5 Bluetooth speaker, and that's going for around $90 on Amazon at the moment . Add that value to whatever you're already saving on the TV itself. These are fantastic speakers, too, so it's a quality item. You can keep the promo and the direct savings going even on larger screens. Upgrade to the 77-inch OLED TV if you want. It's on sale for $3,049.99, which is $200 off its regular

LG will outsource production of budget devices to save its phone business

LG wants to focus on the high-end after years of losses. What you need to know LG is moving the manufacture of its low and midrange phone to Chinese ODMS. It's doing so to save costs as the company moves towards focusing on its high-end products. The company has seen 22 consecutive quarters of loss in its mobile business. LG is reorganizing its mobile phone division in a bid to cut costs and tackle competition from firms like Oppo and Xiaomi , as per a Reuters report on Monday. Going forward, LG will outsource the production of its budget phones to Chinese ODMs. Similar to decisions made by Samsung , it'll be using Chinese ODMs to build those phones and sell them under its own brand. The company will instead focus its resources on building out a compelling high-end range. LG has found some critical success with new phones in the form of the LG Velvet and the LG Wing , but the company has yet to pick up the sort of sales numbers it needs to be relevant. Xiaomi, on th

LG's first rollable phone will reportedly arrive in March next year

There's no word on the phone's specs at this point. What you need to know A new report says LG is planning to launch its first rollable smartphone in March 2021. The device, which is codenamed "Project B," will be the second phone to be launched under LG's Explorer Project. LG had teased the device at the Wing launch event last month. LG teased its first rollable phone at the Wing launch event last month, giving us a sneak peek at its design. Now, a report from The Elec claims the experimental phone will be launched in March 2021. The second phone under the Explorer Project is apparently codenamed "Project B ." Unlike the LG Wing, which is a dual-screen phone with a swiveling main display, Project B will have a flexible screen that can be rolled around the side and back of the phone. Just like foldable phones , the rollable phone will allow you to have a larger screen when you need it. The report also claims LG will be launching its next