Market Status: Available in India
Release Date: 2013-11-15
Updated on:Dec 22, 2014
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An extremely powerful smartphone with a unique curved display
Display and configuration
Breaking the shackles from the traditional poker straight phones, LG has digressed, gone ahead and launched the G Flex, the world’s first orthogonally curved phone. The display is a massive 6 incher P-OLED display with 1280x720 pixels HD resolution which only elite phones have today. The amazing thing about it is the vertically curved orientation which LG says makes for a more natural viewing. Underneath this curvaceous screen is Qualcomm’s 2.26GHz Quad core Krait Snapdragon 800 processor with Adreno 330 GPU to ensure that the phone can handle whatever is thrown at it. The OS within this is the Android JellyBean v4.2.2 which should be upgradable to Android KitKat once it launches.
The ground breaking feature of LG G Flex is self healing film at the back which automatically heals minor scratches due ti.
Camera and Storage
LG has installed a 13 MP primary camera and a 2.1MP secondary camera to ensure that no user is left wanting. Although the camera is not of the levels of Lumia 1520 or Xperia Z2, it is more than enough to satisfy all kinds of users with facilities such as AutoFocus and High Dynamic Range with dual LED flash.
32GB of internal memory is what LG offers with this device which, unfortunately, can't be expanded. However, 32GB storage sounds enough to house all the HD videos that you might want to watch on its beautiful display.
Connectivity and Hardware
The G Flex has all the modern connectivity that any user might want right from 4G LTE, to Bluetooth 4.0 with A2DP and WiFi. The Phone, like the G2, features no buttons on the front, but rather at the back of the phone.
The world is changing and LG is in tune with it. A curved display is the first step towards truly developing a cellphone which can drastically change the Smartphone market as we know today. If you have the dough and want something unique, go ahead and get one.
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LG may not produce as wide a variety of phones as some of its rivals, but that doesn\'t mean it can\'t come up with something different every now and again. The LG G Flex is a curved phablet, designed to match the shape of your face and minimise glare. But does the reality justify the theory? First of all, it\'s big. With its 6 inch screen it measures 161x82mm, making it just a little awkward to hold and use one-handed. It\'s reasonably thin thou...
Smartphones are smartphones; generally they all look alike. So LG decided to throw us a curve ball with the LG G Flex. This is a curved and flexible phone, though the curve is gentle and there's little flex in this Flex. LG said they could've made it more bendable, but customers might equate a Gumby phone with cheapness. The G Flex is an Android 4.2.2 phablet with a 6" plastic AMOLED display. Don't worry; you wouldn't know it's not glass whe...
Pros: What's Hot: Curved and flexible design is ergonomic, makes phone seem smaller. Fast performance, top specs.
Cons: What's Not: 720p display resolution is relatively low for a 6", expensive smartphone.
Verdict: New designs are polarizing, but I suspect curved phones may be the future in a way that 3D phones were not. It's more comfortable to hold in the hand and against your face and it mitigates the hugeness of phablets a bit. The LG G Flex has top specs a...
If you can forgive the lower res screen, the G Flex offers all the goodness of the G2 with an added curvy cool factor...