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After a decade of failure, LG officially quits the smartphone market – Ars Technica

LG’s mobile division calls it quits after 23 consecutive money-losing quarters.

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  • RIP LG’s phones. Who could forget ridiculous devices like the LG G Flex? It was actually curved for some reason. LG thought this was a good enough idea to merit a sequel!
  • The LG V10 had a second screen at the top. Was this the world’s first notched phone? Kinda.
  • The LG G5 had a removable bottom and a modular system.
  • The LG Wing, a T-shaped smartphone with two displays.
  • The flexible display of the LG Rollable. Is it dead for good? Hopefully.
  • LG’s…

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