LG’s curved G Flex emerges in early pictures

LG’s curved G Flex emerges in early pictures

The first photos have surfaced for what appears to be LG’s smartphone with a curved display, the G Flex. Looking somewhat reminiscent of the Samsung Nexus S, the LG device is reported to offer a 6-inch screen. Additional details are said to include a 13-megapixel rear camera as well as rear-mounted buttons.

Reportedly, the G Flex will be introduced in the coming weeks where it will then find a home in South Korea. As of now there is no indication that other markets will carry the G Flex, including the United States.

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2 Comments

  1. J. Williams
    October 23, 09:03 Reply

    This will not be big in the industry, for any company. They need to go back and just do what the Do best.

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