LG G Flex 2
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LG G Flex 2 Review
The LG G Flex 2 was launched at the CES 2015 and it comes with some exclusive features that will write the Smartphone history. This phone comes around one and a half year after the release of the LG G Flex and we can expect improved features for the new flagship. Of course there are some interesting upgrades as well as few omissions. Let’s see what’s interesting and what’s unnecessary.
First of all, the first thing you will notice with the LG G Flex 2 is its curve. This is the second curved phone from LG after people started appreciating the LG G Flex. This has become a trend as we can also see curved TVs on the market. This might not be of much importance as LG suggests, but I think it might give Android consumers something for a change. However, it also comes with some exceptional specs that may spark your interest.
The first thing that the guys at LG did was to cut down on the screen size from 6 inches to 5.5 inches and at the same time increase the resolution. The size is more comfortable and matches the LG G3. The resolution was upgraded from 720p to 1080p to at least catch up with the other android phones on the market today. The phone comes with a 2GB DDR4 RAM, a 2.0GHz Octa-core snapdragon 810 processor and runs on the new Android 5.0 Lollipop. This processor is powerful as tested earlier in December by one of the experts and so we should expect this phone to be extremely fast.
Although the trending resolution is 1440p, LG opted for 1080p. This resolution remains excellent, especially under this format. The phone does have some flexibility but not as advertised. If you press it against the table using your finger, you’ll notice the slight flexibility although LG demonstrated by sitting on it at the CES 2015.
According to LG, the curved design matches the 4K TVs emerging and some that were present at the CES 2015. The phone comes with a self healing back and now small scratches can fade away in a few seconds. In the earlier versions, the healing process would take up to 10 minutes. The phone comes with some extra buttons at the back so as to ease navigation. As we all know, most of the time we do press buttons on the side without our knowledge and that’s why LG removed them there and placed them at the back. LG claims you can charge 50% of the battery in less than 40 minutes although the battery is already in good shape itself.
Al in all, the LG G Flex 2 is one of the best flagships of 2015. It’s a good phone especially for the people who have gotten bored by the same old flat android Smartphones. Its camera is amazing so is its design and performance. Anyone looking for a cute and functional phone for 2015 should consider this one first.