If you thought the G Flex was LG Last year was just a passing trend, think again - the company introduces a particularly powerful new generation of the most flexible smartphone in the market
Not many people took LG's flexible device seriously when presented atCES Exhibition Which took place last year. The device, which came with a fairly average device specification in the mid-high market, introduced flexibility not yet seen on the market, making it a concept device rather than a legitimate product in the market.
This year, LG lowers all stops with the next generation of its flexible smartphone - the LG G Flex 2. This time alongside the device's acrobatic capabilities, LG has decided to include the most coveted and powerful Snapdragon 810 processor available in the market today (alongside Tegra X1 chip Introduced yesterday), along with specifications that include a full HD 5.5 screen, two or three gigabytes of RAM, a rear 13 megapixel camera (similar to its camera featuresEligible for the G3), A capacity of 3,000 mAh and support for all the latest connectivity that can be supported today, all with the latest operating system of Google, Android 5.0.
Nice to meet you - LG G Flex 2
- Operating System: (Android 5.0 (Lollipop
- chip: Snapdragon 810 octagonal cores run at 2.0 GHz
- screen: 5.5 " OLED Made of plastic, with a resolution of 1080 × 1920 (for density of 403 fiscal per square inch)
- RAM: Two or three gigabytes (region dependent) of LPDDR4
- Internal storage: 16 or 32 gigabytes, microSD card expansion option
- Rear camera: 13 Megapixel with improved built-in optical stabilization, laser focus system, Flash Dual
- front camera: 2.1 megapixel
- Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.1, NFC and network support LTE Up to a maximum download speed of 300 megabits per second
- battery: 3,000 mAh, can not be issued / replaced
- Size: 7.1-9.4 * 75.3 * 149.1 millimeters
- Weight: 152 g
A video of The Verge on LG's new flexible 2 Flex
As with the previous generation of the device, the Flex 2 comes with a detachable rear cover that, according to the company, can cure scratches and defects within 10 only seconds. The back cover of the device may be removable, however LG Does not allow users to remove the device's battery either, probably because of the unique design of the device that does not allow a successful removal mechanism, or the company's unwillingness to provide this option.
In order to allow this excessive flexibility, the company chose to manufacture the 2, the vast majority of plastic, with a screen that is also made of plastic, not glass. LG Plans to launch its new flexible device in the Korean market at the end of the month with a global launch not long after, with plans to price the 2 Flex higher than the company's current G3 and even over the device expected to be replaced in the coming year, Market, and not a flagship device leading to revolution.
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