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LG G Flex curved Android phone With Alleged Launch Date revealed

 


LG G Flex curved Android phone With Alleged Launch Date revealed

LG G Flex curved Android phone With Alleged Launch Date revealed

Thought your girlfriend, fiancee or wife was curvaceous and ‘sexy’, well, wait till you see the soon-to-be released LG G Flex curve.

The LG G Flex will be arriving the android planet of ours equipped with a 6.0 inch screen which is massive as far as I am concerned.

Although not much was retrieved when we asked about the Smartphone, we, however, could get info that the G Flex will launch with a 1080p display, and a Snapdragon 800 SoC, though we’ll have to wait until we get this rumor absolutely confirmed.

Nevertheless, what makes the LG G Flex different from the Samsung Galaxy Round is that it bends from top to bottom unlike the Galaxy Round which is bent from side to side. So, we should not be expecting any suings.


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With Samsung keen to expand in new product segments, they took the wraps off their brand new Samsung Galaxy Round last week. And, like any good sibling rivalry, LG has responded in kind with what appears to be a maybe better looking device.

LG might seem smaller than Samsung when it comes to being successful at sale of android Smartphones but LG definitely makes high end full powered android Smartphones which we love.

They’ve traditionally excelled in the display space, but are home to many other great innovations including their ‘step design’ battery, which was used in the LG G2.

We are to expect the LG G Flex to launch sometime next month, November.

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