LG unveils its curved G Flex
The company recently showed off the curved G Flex Android smartphone at a launch event in the national capital
So, after much waiting, LG finally unveiled its curved phone theG Flex in India, last week. Trust us, it got most of the attention. Largely because of how it fit everything -- a 6-inch curved POLED screen, the powerful Snapdragon S800 2.25 GHz quad core processor, 2GB Ram, 32GB storage, 13 MP rear camera, and a 3500 mAH curved battery into this superbly curved phone that fits onto your face. What’s more, the G Flex is 4G-enabled, can play studio quality 24bit FLAC files at 192KHz and allows you to work on two windows, simultaneously.
Also, it’s back cover, says LG is made of a material that re-shapes itself to original form even after deep cuts. Now, isn’t that cool? Well, the specs and features look really good on paper, but whether or not it would actually match up to the promises, we would know only once we take the G Flex for a test drive. The G Flex is expected to reach in India by February 2014, and will be priced in the R60-65,000 range.
Available in stores by February 2014