After Samsung Galaxy Round, LG is all set to compete with its Korean rival by releasing a curved display smartphone in near future that would be called LG G Flex. The G Flex that might be launched next month has appeared in a hands-on video that give us some more details about the device. Regarding the specs, the device just appeared on AnTuTu that talk more about it.
The device does contain a button on the back similar to the LG G2. It is curved from top to bottom unlike the Galaxy Round that is curved from left to right. A demo video of the LG G Flex gives a much clear view of its design.
While the above leaked images talk about the design of the device, AnTuTu displays some technical specifications of the device.
The 6-inches curved display has a 720×1280 pixels of HD resolution (less than the G2) which gives it a pixel density of 244 pixels per inch. The device sports a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset, clocked at 2.2 GHz. It runs on a 2 GB RAM with 32 GB storage and 13 MP camera.
More details of the device will be available as we are nearing the launch date which could be anytime next month. Stay tuned.