All About Smartphones: LG Reveals Specs For Its Curved G Flex Smartphone

Monday, October 28, 2013

LG Reveals Specs For Its Curved G Flex Smartphone

LG's G Flex smartphone specifications have been revealed by the company on Sunday. The smartphone will have a 6 inch 720p display which is vertically curved and will be powered by a 2.26GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 Processor.

According to the company, the handset will be running Android 4.4 and have a RAM of 2GB, 13 mega pixel rear camera and a battery strength of 3500mAh. For a screen of 6 inch, I believe that the battery strength is commensurate.

It was also revealed  that the device will weigh 177g and measures between 7.9 and 8.7mm thick at various points along its vertical arc.

Furthermore, the device would have a dual window mode which will divide the screen to allow for simultaneous multitasking. Also, a swing lock screen changes the appearance of the handset's wallpaper in relation to how the device is being held and gives different unlock touch effects based on the position of the user's finger.

Finally, the device will have a self-healing kind of feature applied to the back of the device; whereby the device can recover from light scratches within minutes.

I must say that LG is really interested in giving the best to this new line of products and the aforementioned specs is a testament of that.

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  1. What's up with all the curved phones what's the relevance

  2. Hey Dude, I must commend u for the raving reviews of gadgets u do here. Am just so wowed by ur technical savvy n the use of words. Am really impressed.

    I bumped into ur blog today wen I googled Samsung fones. Pls keep it up. Been sold on this blog all day reading d reviews.

    I wish they still make fones wit physical keypads cos msging witon-screen keyboard is such a drag. Am still sold on BB cos of dis hardware benefit.

  3. i will prefer this curving to galaxy round ,.this one make sense,..

  4. nah, ill stick to straight fones..


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