Following the announcement of Samsung’s Galaxy Round, LG too didn’t disappoint their fans by also revealing their own take on the now gaining curved display fad on Smartphones.
We’re talking about the LG Flex. Yes, it is also one of only two devices with a curved real estate – an OLED 6 inches to be exact, and will probably give its co-Korean tech flag bearer a run for its money. The only downside on the Flex is that it only has 244ppi, or 720p resolution, whereas the Galaxy Round flaunts a 386ppi on (1920×1080) on full HD.
And it’s curved on the Y-axis as opposed to X on the Round. There’s not much review on both devices as of today, but for some reason, I’m digging the Flex, since I usually keep my already out of date device on my pocket with my thighs bulging all over my jeans.
Moreover, the Flex is powered by the Snapdragon 800 processor, clocked in at 2.26GHz and will also have 2GB of RAM, a 13 megapixel rear clicker and a 3,500mAh battery.
LG also expressed that the Flex will incorporate their “self healing” technology – a special film placed on the back of the Flex that, according to them will “heal minor scratches withing minutes”. Too science fiction, but at the cost of erasing those hairline to cat like scratches on a device this beautiful, it’ll all be worth my imagination. OUR imagination, actually.
It’s up to here as of the moment. So far, no pricing and availability on the LG Flex in the Philippines. Keep it locked here on PinoyDroid for the latest in the Flex and all other Android stuff!