The LG G Flex announced few days ago is one among the two flexible smartphones we know as of now with the other one being Samsung Galaxy Round. While we do know the technical specifications of the LG G Flex, what we don’t know is that the LG G Flex actually flexes. This is one such feature of the G Flex which wasn’t stated in LG’s announcement. Also, the Galaxy Round doesn’t flex!
A 14 second video that you can see below shows how the LG G flex is being pushed from top with its top and bottom ends touching the surface and coming up back into position. The display isn’t rigid as we have seen in the Samsung Galaxy Round, it is indeed flexible and requires quite a little force to make the display flat so it doesn’t go flat while it is in your pocket. Of course, that much flexibility doesn’t make sense but what makes sense is that you can actually sit on the LG G Flex without having to be afraid that your body’s weight will affect the display in any way.
The LG G Flex comes with a 6-inch 720p OLED display, a Snapdragon 800 processor and 2GB RAM with rear volume and power buttons similar to the LG G2. It also has a self-healing back which is capable of repairing scratches on the body’s back.
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