Immediately after the LG G Flex 2 was announced, TechnoBuffalo had the opportunity to sit down with head of Brand Marketing at LG, Frank Lee, to talk about the company’s new device. Unveiled early on Monday, the G Flex 2 is a more refined successor to the original G Flex, which felt more like an unfinished concept rather than an actual phone you’d consider owning. The second iteration, however, is a powerhouse in looks and in specs. The flagship race of 2015 is already off to a good start.
If you didn’t get the chance to follow our coverage, you can get caught up at the links below. In short, the G Flex 2 is better than the original model in every way; its Wolverine healing powers are improved, and it’s one of the first devices to sport Qualcomm’s octa-core Snapdragon 810 processor. It also sports expandable storage of up to 2TB, 2GB or 3GB of RAM (depending on your region) a 5-inch 1080p display and a 13-megapixel laser auto-focus camera that promises to be better than last year’s model.
If you’re a fiend for specs, the G Flex 2 should have you salivating. Lucky for us, Lee gave us some great insight about what makes the G Flex 2 so special. I mean, just look at that beautiful red coat of paint. The device is set hit AT&T and Sprint in the U.S., and will launch later this month in South Korea. Pricing hasn’t been revealed just yet, but we’ll let you know when that information is unveiled.
LG’s G Flex was a pretty impressive device. Considering all of the talk around “bendgate” and easily-breakable phones these days, it makes perfect sense for the South Korea-based phone maker to take another shot at a phone that provides a self-healing back, a body that actually flexes and more. Meet the G Flex 2: LG’s […]
LG just unveiled the G Flex 2 today during the 2015 CES in Las Vegas. It’s a bit smaller than the original G Flex, sporting a 5.5-inch display, but it’s improved in nearly every single way. The screen is stronger thanks to Gorilla Glass 3 and a new coating provided by LG. It now features […]