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Flashbacks and Forecasts: LG in 2016

In our second installment of Flashbacks and Forecasts, let s take a look at LG in 2015 and make some predictions for 2016. LG s empire may not be very big compared to Samsung s, but the other South Korean OEM has been making some very impressive phones for the last several years and manages to cast a much larger shadow than its comparatively diminutive scale would lead you to believe.

See also: Flashbacks and Forecasts: Samsung in 2016201

LG in 2015

LG got off to a tumultuous start in 2015 thanks to a rather bizarre incident in September of 2014 during the IFA trade show in Berlin. You may remember the rather comical accusations that an LG executive willfully sabotaged four Samsung washing machines in a shopping mall in an attempt to secure a competitive advantage . Bizarrely, the case lasted for an entire year, with the exec finally being acquitted in December 20152. But it wasn t all crazy hijinks in 2015 for the company formerly known as Lucky Goldstar, with a weak start to the product lineup and worrying earnings and market trends making it look like a tough year lie ahead.

Despite making some great phones in 2015, LG was to suffer from the same market fortunes of every other large smartphone manufacturer besides Apple. Despite making some great phones in 2015, LG was to suffer from the same market fortunes of every other large smartphone manufacturer besides Apple. Increased competition, a plateauing mobile market and increasingly difficult product differentiation put LG in a tough spot throughout the year. The LG G Flex 23 was the first product off the ranks and it flopped rather spectacularly, despite being light years better than the original G Flex. Most blamed the problems surrounding the Snapdragon 810 processor and thermal throttling issues as the reason for the G Flex 2 s poor performance, but whatever it was, it set the stage for a rollercoaster of a year.

Legal problems

In March of 2015, LG and Samsung agreed to call off their various ongoing legal disputes and to play nice for a change, but by the end of the year both companies found themselves being sued along with Apple and Qualcomm by ParkerVision4 in December 2015 over cellular radio frequency patent infringements. The case has just been picked up officially for investigation5 by the U. S. International Trade Commission for unfair trade practices. LG also got entangled legally with its display partner Apple at the end of 2015, when accusations were levelled at Apple for not licensing LG s LTE patents6 which are part of the LTE standard.

As always, patent disputes throughout the year continued to distract LG and everyone else from the business at hand. Perhaps this is why Samsung is calling for the Supreme Court to re-evaluate the patent law system7. Fortunately, nothing terribly bad happened to the company throughout the year.

Smartphone performance

Following on from a solid last half of 2014, 2015 sales started off quite well, with LG posting its highest ever Q1 revenue8 since LG entered the smartphone business back in 2010. The company shipped 15.4 million smartphones in the quarter, only 0.1 million less than the previous quarter (which is typically higher due to the holiday buying season). For reference, LG s best quarter came in Q3 2014, when it posted a record high 16.8 million devices sold. Unfortunately, the good start to 2015 wasn t to last, with Q2 earnings slumping by 60% YoY9, making Q2, 2015 LG s lowest quarterly profit in a year and a half. This was the quarter in which the Snapdragon 810 and G Flex 2 s poor reception were felt most acutely.

LG s weak performance in the quarter and increasing competition from China, witnessed LG slip out of the global top five smartphone vendors, shipping only 14.1 million units.

On the television side, despite maintaining its number two spot globally, LG also saw its worst TV sales in over four years. The LG G410 arrived in Q2, 2015, but wasn t able to make much difference to the quarter s profits. Despite having a remarkably good camera, just as the G Flex 2 did, the G4 failed to make a huge impact, primarily for not offering enough product differentiation, according to analysts. Nevertheless, LG was confident it could turn things around in the next quarter with the LG V1011 and Nexus 5X12. LG Mobile is losing vast amounts of money, but despite the ups and downs, LG has come out with a profit in every quarter of 2015 so far.

Fortunately, it did. But not by much. Shipments in Q3, 2015 went up to 14.9 million13 but they were still not enough to get LG back in the top five behind Samsung, Apple, Huawei, Lenovo and Xiaomi respectively. LG Mobile lost vast amounts of money again, but overall LG came out slightly ahead. In fact, despite the ups and downs, LG has come out with a profit in every quarter of 2015 so far.

A strong finish?

So what can we expect for LG s Q4, 2015 earnings? Considering the V10 has sold much better than the G Flex series ever did, and interest in the Nexus 5X has been decent, if over-shadowed by the Nexus 6P14, smartphone sales for Q4 should be strong. However, LG s device sales are typically made up of more mid-range devices than flagships and the second generation Watch Urbane is unlikely to make any real impact. LG Mobile earnings shouldn t see such massive losses in the final quarter of the year, but it s still quite likely a loss will be made, just not as bad as previous quarters.

Nevertheless, LG s other divisions like LG Display, LG Home Appliance and LG Chem will likely make up for the shortfall, but only just, and see LG finish off the year with another net profit and operating profit, as modest as they may be.

2016: a lot rests on the LG G5 and continued aesthetic differentiation

So what does this mean for 2016? What does LG s generally downward-trending market share allow us to predict? The first thing is that LG already knows that product differentiation at this point only needs to be skin-deep in order to succeed, with very little differentiating flagship devices internally these days. The G series rear-key setup was evidence of this, as was the V10 s secondary screen15. LG already knows that product differentiation at this point only needs to be skin-deep in order to succeed.

The rumored modular nature of the LG G516 will absolutely help it stand out in an otherwise very samey marketplace. For the uninitiated, the device will reportedly have a removable bottom section that will allow for different modules cameras, larger batteries etc to be inserted. It s an interesting idea that, like the V10 screen, might take some explaining, but will certainly make the G5 a unique device. We can safely assume the G Flex series has been officially retired and that LG won t be making a fourth Nexus in 2016. That opens up some space for some other possibilities, perhaps in the wearable sector and perhaps in tablets. The V10 will absolutely see a second iteration and LG will be on the lookout for even more new ways to stick out from the crowd, so expect some more whacky new features as 2016 progresses.

See also: LG G5 rumor roundup: release date, specs, and features6917

Managing the trouble ahead

Fortunately, LG also has LG Chem and LG Display up its sleeve and both of these divisions will be working overtime on new flexible displays and battery technologies. Breakthroughs in these areas would not only boost LG Electronics fortunes but also generate a lot more component sales18 for the company, something Samsung is relying on in these tough times19. The LG G5, running the Snapdragon 820 no doubt, has a lot of potential to get LG off to a solid start in 2016. The lawsuit against LG and other companies regarding RF patents could cost the company dearly if found guilty, but the case will likely take a while to conclude.

The LG G5, running the Snapdragon 820 no doubt, has a lot of potential to get LG off to a solid start, but only if the modular nature isn t seen as pointless or received as an Apple-like proprietary gimmick. As far as competition goes, the G5 will be in direct competition with the Samsung Galaxy S720 and its multiple variants, which are also expected to debut at the Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona at the end of February. If the rumors of a return of microSD to the Galaxy S range21 are true, it could negatively impact LG s recent advantage, which has seen it become the default fall-back option for Samsung fans slighted by the removal of microSD in the Galaxy range. LG s mid-range offerings throughout the year will see increasingly tough competition from low-cost Chinese manufacturers like Xiaomi at the same time as LG s high-end competition expands to include challengers like Huawei. Sony and HTC may be near irrelevant these days and Motorola s transformation might put it off the radar, but LG has more than enough things to worry about internally.

The recent job cuts in the WebOS team at LG Silicon Valley Labs22 means we won t be seeing too much from that department in 2016 but LG s Vehicle Components division has been identified as one to keep an eye on. A massive new OLED factory23 should help pay the bills, especially if it starts making panels for the iPhone 7 like Samsung is rumored to be doing24, and LG s home appliances are performing well.

The forecast

The recent high-level exec restructuring at LG25 is designed to give each executive more independence and responsibility to facilitate rapid decision-making . The company is clearly aware it needs to shake things up a little to remain competitive. While the last quarter of 2015 may not be too bad, LG s smartphone business is unmistakably being carried by LG s other divisions. Differentiation will be the name of the game for LG in 2016.

As with Samsung, LG is also facing heightened competition from China in the low-cost sector as well as in the high-end market due to the success of the iPhone 6. Differentiation will be the name of the game for LG in 2016: it already has good batteries, solid performance and an excellent camera. All that remains is a software overhaul and ways to stick out.

With any luck this means we ll see some really exciting new developments from LG this year and a few more high-profile risks taken.

Also check out Open letter to the manufacturers: what we want in 201626

References

  1. ^ See also: Flashbacks and Forecasts: Samsung in 201620 (www.androidauthority.com)
  2. ^ acquitted in December 2015 (www.straitstimes.com)
  3. ^ LG G Flex 2 (www.androidauthority.com)
  4. ^ ParkerVision (www.parkervision.com)
  5. ^ picked up officially for investigation (www.parkervision.com)
  6. ^ accusations were levelled at Apple for not licensing LG s LTE patents (www.patentlyapple.com)
  7. ^ Samsung is calling for the Supreme Court to re-evaluate the patent law system (www.androidauthority.com)
  8. ^ LG posting its highest ever Q1 revenue (www.lgnewsroom.com)
  9. ^ Q2 earnings slumping by 60% YoY (www.lgnewsroom.com)
  10. ^ LG G4 (www.androidauthority.com)
  11. ^ LG V10 (www.androidauthority.com)
  12. ^ Nexus 5X (www.androidauthority.com)
  13. ^ Shipments in Q3, 2015 went up to 14.9 million (www.lgnewsroom.com)
  14. ^ Nexus 6P (www.androidauthority.com)
  15. ^ V10 s secondary screen (www.androidauthority.com)
  16. ^ LG G5 (www.androidauthority.com)
  17. ^ See also: LG G5 rumor roundup: release date, specs, and features69 (www.androidauthority.com)
  18. ^ component sales (www.androidauthority.com)
  19. ^ Samsung is relying on in these tough times (www.androidauthority.com)
  20. ^ Samsung Galaxy S7 (www.androidauthority.com)
  21. ^ return of microSD to the Galaxy S range (www.androidauthority.com)
  22. ^ job cuts in the WebOS team at LG Silicon Valley Labs (www.theverge.com)
  23. ^ massive new OLED factory (www.lgdisplay.com)
  24. ^ Samsung is rumored to be doing (www.androidauthority.com)
  25. ^ high-level exec restructuring at LG (www.lgnewsroom.com)
  26. ^ Open letter to the manufacturers: what we want in 2016 (www.androidauthority.com)

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Whether you re playing the latest PC games, creating media files and even watching 4K UHD movies, you can rely on the six-generation Intel Core i5-6600K Quad-core processor to handle all your demand smoothly without a hitch.

Incredible speedsThe processor is a medium-level quad-core architecture supported by 6MB memory cache and clocked at 3.5GHz up to 3.9GHz with Intel Turbo Boost Technology combined with a 16GB of DDR4 2400MHz memory delivers blazing-fast performance and responsive quickly to do everything.

It has power enough for multimedia creativity, graphics design tasks, playing most demanding PC games and handled heavy workloads.

Large storageA massive 2TB hard drive operates at 7200RPM that gives both high-speed and high-capacity. You have storage space enough for favorite music, UHD movies, FHD videos, important files, and games. Integrated DVD drive makes it easy to install software, games or watch high-quality movies from DVDs and CDs.

Premium graphics performanceEnjoy to run hottest PC games even ultra settings, the CyberpowerPC Stealth Raider S10LQ comes with a dedicated NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 graphics card powered by Maxwell architecture with advanced graphics technologies, and improved battery life.

The GPU features a 4GB dedicated video memory to delivers unrivaled performance, smooth graphics and realistic visuals.

It perfects for playing games on 2160p resolution, creating or editing media files and watching 4K UHD movies.

Other featuresThe integrated 7.1-channel audio supports gives you get great audio quality and immersive surround sound when connecting to an external speaker.

It also comes with one VGA port, one DVI port, and one HDMI port, so you can connect to large display or HDTV easily.

Other features like 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet, seven SB© USB 3.0 and two SB© USB 2.0 ports and runs on Windows 10 Home 64-Bit for maximum gaming performance.

Product Specification

Power Supply Corsair CX600 600W 80+

Case Cooler Master Elite 431Black Gaming Case

Chipset Intel Z170

CPU 6th Gen Intel Core i5-6600K Quad-core processor

Cache & speed 6MB cache and (3.50 GHz) up to 3.9GHz

RAM 16 GB DDR4 2400MHz memory, Up to 32 GB

Hard Drive 2 TB SATA III 7200rpm

Optical Drive DVD RW

Graphics NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Graphics

Graphics memory 4GB Dedicated video memory

Audio Integrated 7.1 Channel Audio

LAN 10/100/1000Mbps

Front SB© USB 1 x SB© USB 3.0, 2 x SB© USB 2.0

Rear SB© USB 6 x SB© USB 3.0

Front Audio Ports 2 ports

Rear Audio Ports 3 ports

Video Ports 1 VGA, 1 DVI, 1 HDMI

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PCI Slots (Available/Total) 2 PCI-E x16 (1 available), 3 PCI-E x1 (2 available), 2 PCI

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