Life hasn’t been very good for LG this past year. The mobile division of the Korean electronics giant has now posted five straight unprofitable quarters, including a $389.4 million loss in Q4 2016, thanks in large part to weak sales of its flagship, the modular LG G5.

In other words, 2017 may very well be a make or break year for LG. With stiff competition from giants like Apple and Samsung, as well as up-and-comers like Huawei and OnePlus, mounting pressure is on LG to release a flagship that can distinguish itself from the crowd and turn consumers’ and pundits’ heads alike. And that’s… more


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