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.
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The LG G Flex flexible display smartphone is finally official – check out specs, features, pricing and release date!
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A hands-on video of the LG G Flex and an image gallery showing the flexible display smartphone in the wild are available thanks to an Argentinian TV station, even though the handset is not official.
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