LG G Flex is really flexible, a new video reveals
When LG G Flex was officially announced, many of us were a bit disappointed by the lack of flexibility of the display. The era of the OLED screens is just beginning. Therefore it is only normal to see the first devices with displays from the early ages of the development of the new technology. The rival of LG G Flex, Samsung Galaxy Round is also missing then flexibility.
Just when we got used to the idea that the G Flex is not actually flexible, the company proves us wrong showing the unique possibilities of the model to bend under certain amount of pressure. In 14 seconds long video we can see the flexible display of G Flex in action. The new model phone is not released yet, but when it is officially launched, keep in mind to be very careful if you try this experiment with your unit. The OLED display in future perhaps will be unbreakable and highly bendable, but the screen of G Flex is in fact breakable so don’t push it too hard… literally.
G Flex is armored with unique 6-inches display that is bended from top to the bottom. It features a resolution of 720x10280p with relatively modest pixel density – 245ppi for this size of the screen. It will certainly not win against the high-end devices of the phablets’ category but the purpose of G Flex is not to compete on the ordinary mobile arena. It brings unique user experience with extraordinary capabilities. The processor of the new model phone is a quad-core Snapdragon 800, clocked at 2.3GHz and 2GB RAM. It runs on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS. The built-in memory in the phone is 32GB. It arrives with 13MP camera on the back and a 2.1MP front-facing shooter. G Flex works with 3500mAh battery under the hood. The physical power buttons are located on the same place of the rare panel where they are set in LG G2 flagship. Are you impressed by the video? Share with us.