LG and Samsung are both expected to unveil new curved smartphones later this year, but the two companies are taking different approaches with their future designs.
LG will be pushing a firmware update to the LG G2 and G Flex starting in April that will bring LG’s innovative Knock Code to the devices. LG made the announcement earlier today, stating that the LG G2 and G Flex would be the first to get the update
In an effort to further promote their flexible smartphone, LG has released a brand new commercial for the LG G Flex that goes way beyond “quirky”. Unfortunately, not in a good way.
Alongside the standard array of KitKat tweaks, LG looks to be updating the LG G Flex with support for 4K video recording.
The LG G Flex is a one-of-a-kind device, being one of the first smartphones to feature a curved display. The LG Pro 2 may not be “unique,” but the top-end specifications, the gorgeous design, and the fantastic camera should be more than enough for us to look beyond the curve. How do the two compare? Here’s a quick look at the LG G Pro 2 vs LG G Flex!
On the heels of LG’s G Flex smartphone launch into 20 European countries this month, Canadians will be getting their crack at this curvy device this spring. Rogers’ customers will be the only ones enjoying it for now, as a Rogers has snagged the exclusive rights to it for the Canadian market.
As expected, the LG G Flex and LG Optimus F3Q have arrived to T-Mobile’s network. Both handsets can be purchased either online or in-store.
As expected, the LG G Flex has now arrived to AT&T’s network for purchase online. The handset is priced at $299.99 with 2-year contract, or can also be purchased via AT&T Next.
T-Mobile has now announced that the LG G Flex will be arriving to its network on February 5th for zero down and 24 monthly payments of $28. The handset can be pre-ordered starting today.
LG announced today results for Q4 2013, and they are a mixed bag. Good smartphone sales could not help LG obtain a profit from its mobile business in the last quarter of 2013.