This week in the world of Android: BBM finally rolled out, the new iPads landed to tough Android competition, news broke about Samsung’s clampdown on unofficial accessories, G Flex leaked on television, Samsung revealed Galaxy S4 sales, three big name Android games launched, and we made it through another wave of KitKat rumors.
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.
This week in the world of Android: Omni ROM launched as an alternative to CyanogenMod, the LG G Flex broke cover, the HTC One Max finally launched, rumors emerged about Amazon partnering with HTC for a smartphone, and Nexus leaked in all its glory.
We’ve just received the first press images of the LG G Flex, and it looks very, how should I say — curvaceous. Coming in at a whopping 6 inches, it’s rumored to be launching... “sometime next month” according to our source.
And, while specs and pricing are unknown, it’s believed that this device will be packing the very latest in both display and proce...
LG Chem, the largest battery maker in the world, announced it began mass-producing curved batteries that would go into future smartphones made by LG Electronics.
The display-making arm of LG announced today it will start the mass production of a plastic-based flexible display, confirming rumors that surfaced last week.
A Korean site reports that Samsung’s curved screen phone will not feature an S Pen and will not be a rugged variant of the Note 3 as we first thought. The phone will be similar to the Youm prototypes we’ve first seen at CES back in January.
LG is preparing to launching a 6-inch curved display phone called G Flex. Don’t let the name mislead you though – the device itself will not be flexible.