Failing to be presented officially, today has unveiled the LG G Flex 2 from the South Korean company, with its large curved screen and the new generation processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 810.
For LG G Flex 2, bet the South Korean company remains the same: curved screen in a spectacular hardware. In particular, would be talking about new processor Qualcomm unpublished for the moment in any other smartphone, the Snapdragon 810, plus 2 GB LPDDR4 RAM memory at 1600 MHz, and also the first mobile device to incorporate this type of RAM, along with one battery of 3000 mAh with the functionality Quick Charge 2.0 Qualcomm, which can significantly accelerate battery. This would go with Android 5.0 Lollipop, the new version of the Google operating system.
But back to what’s interesting about this smartphone, its curved screen. The new LG G Flex 2 come with a curved screen of 5.5 inches with a FullHD resolution and P-OLED technology, which represents an improvement over that huge 6-inch screen with poorer resolution of the previous model, and which made their management despite its curvature. Turning to the section on photography, the G Flex 2 will feature a 13 megapixel rear camera with autofocus and OIS laser, while the front camera will have a 2.1 megapixel sensor.
Accompanying the great hardware and curved screen of this unique smartphone, see some interesting features in the new smartphone from LG. To begin, it appears that the back cover can repair itself in the event of suffering any scratch, as in the original G Flex, but this time the repair time will be considerably less, about 10 seconds. LG has also incorporated a number of functions in software quite interesting as Gesture Shot, Gesture View or Glance View, which shows notifications or relevant information such as time or temperature while the screen is off.
To end specifications in the LG G Flex 2 see the usual details that we see in all smartphones: LTE, Bluetooth 4.1, NFC, A-GPS, USB 2.0 and two models with different storage capacity, 16 GB and 32 GB, expandable via microSD cards up to 2 TB. Reach the market by the end of January in South Korea and available worldwide in subsequent months.