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LG Shows Off LG G Flex 2 At CES 2015

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When the world witnessed the release of the new Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6+, Apple fanboys are overly excited that they?re almost pissing their pants off just to get their hands on it. And one fateful day, someone managed to bend the phone accidentally. The bending feature wasn?t originally included in the catalog and obviously, it?s not part of the phone?s features. Apple is way too late in the bending game.

CES 2015: LG G Flex 2

One of the few innovative phones that has bending capabilities, LG G Flex 2, was showcased during the recent CES 2015. LG didn?t bring up their flagship device, which is the LG G4. It seems like they are still building the hype for that one before they decide to unbox it and give it away to the public. But anyway, LG showed us LG G Flex 2 and its interesting features.

Features

The bending display isn?t only the innovative feature that LG G Flex 2 has to offer. According to gsmarena, the LG G Flex 2 is powered by the beasty chip ? Snapdragon 810 from Qualcomm. The LG G Flex 2 has an octa-core processor, an Adreno 430 GPU for better display resolutions, 13 MP OIS+ Camera, and 2 or 3 GB RAM (depending on the configuration).

LG G Flex 2 Bending Feature

The phone is curved for a reason. It is easier to hold, it has a classy design, and completely innovative. But that doesn?t stop there. The name itself, LG G Flex 2, brags its capability to bend the phone under considerable amount of pressure and come out working perfectly fine. The bending feature is intended to protect phone from being crushed. If you?re wearing tight jeans, putting phones in your pocket would risk bending. I?m sure many of us has experienced this scenario with our smartphones. And with LG G Flex 2, you don?t have to worry such things.

To make it more ?fail-proof?, the brand new LG G Flex 2 also have an enhanced front protective glass and self-healing coating over the back sound. Even if you drop the phone at a considerable height, it won?t break the display easily. It?s not ?straight? ? but it won?t suck.

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