We first saw the LG G Flex appear in the media a little while back and now we have the first photos of the banana-like smartphone. The Argentinian tech journalist Frederico Ini from the new page Telef Noticias has supposedly received a prototype and shared a hands-on video of the G Flex and a few pictures.
The G Flex, which will be in direct competition with Samsung's Galaxy Round, is curved vertically, meaning the top and bottom sides are bent inwards, as opposed to Samsung's smartphone whose right and left sides are turned in horizontally. Just like the G2, LG's current flagship, the G Flex also has back buttons.
Distintas pantallas, distintas propuestas.... Una de ellas la vemos por primera vez hoy pic.twitter.com/XLntfDHnbf— Federico Ini (@fechu) October 22, 2013
Apparently, the device should come with an OLED display in a 6-inch format and will be presented in the months to come. Further details are at the moment not yet known, however we've also got some brand new pics of the G Flex for you right here in our picture gallery and if your Espagnol is up to par (or you just want to see this thing live in action), then here is some first impressions in this Spanish-language video.
What do you think of the LG G Flex?
Source: Telefe Noticias
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