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?
In the battle of the curved display, we take a quick look at how the Samsung Galaxy Round stacks up against the LG G Flex. Check it out!
We’ve been excitedly waiting for this to arrive at Android Authority, and now the LG G Flex is finally here. Check out our video of the unboxing and first impressions of the LG G Flex!
YouTube personality Marques Brownlee, aka MKBHD, got his hands on an LG G Flex review unit and proceeded to put it to the test.
The LG G Flex has reportedly been confirmed for AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile, although actual launch dates are’t available.
In a new video, LG is showing off the LG G Flex self-healing powers that help the handset’s back recover from light scratches that appear during every day use.
A new promo video for the LG G Flex has been posted online in preparation of the phone’s South Korean launch, with accessories for the handset also detailed.
The LG G Flex will cost roughly $940 next week when it launches in South Korea, with a European launch for the handset apparently set for December.
This week in your world of Android: the Nexus 5 launched, KitKat became official along with the new Google launcher, Hangout finally learned SMS, the G Flex landed, and Motorola shocked us with Project Ara.