At their CES press event, LG officially revealed that they plan to bring the LG G Flex to AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint in the first quarter of this year.
Press shots of the AT&T and T-Mobile LG G Flex models have reportedly leaked. Check them out!
Even if the Round is not the game-changer we’ve been hoping for, it’s still a really interesting device. It comes with top of the line specs and all of Samsung’s software features, but also with a price tag to match. Should you buy it, provided you can get your hands on one? Is the Round worth the investment, curved screen aside? Join us as we find out in our Samsung Galaxy Round review.
Is the LG G Flex a great phone? When the novelty factor wears off, will you be pleased with its build quality, performance, and user experience? We try to answer these and more questions in our LG G Flex review
Thanks to the efforts of XDA developer bigfau, the LG G Flex’s Split View mode has now been ported over to the LG G2. Reportedly the ported feature is very stable with no major issues.
A Sprint LG G Flex press render has reportedly been leaked, although the phone is not official just yet. Check out the image!
Starting next week, the curved LG G Flex is making its way beyond South Korea, coming first to Singapore and Hong Kong. Keep reading to learn more!
LG has issued a press invite for an LG G Flex-related Hong Kong press event for early December, prompting speculation from the media that the company will launch... the handset in additional market next month.
Chinese online publication 3G.cn says that the Hong Kong event will take place on December 3, as it has already received an invitation for the pres...
According to several new reports from the Korean media, LG is already readying a successor to the LG G Flex with a bendable chassis. Keep reading to learn more!
With a new generation of curved designs upon us, there’s hope that smartphone screens could become more resilient to accidents. In theory, the curvature of the phone should shrink the area that is exposed to impacts, making face drops a little less dangerous. But that’s the theory. How about the practice?