CES 2015 will be the biggest consumer electronics show of the year, and naturally we are anticipating a couple of rocking devices that didn't get launched during the 2014. Out of those, the successor to the G Flex could be launched at the upcoming Consumer electronics show (CES) in Las Vegas in January.
According to the folks over at Android Authority, LG is expected to showcase the much-awaited G Flex 2 at the CES 2015. Well, the company was rumored to unveil the device sometime later this year, but now it seems that they have finally found a platform where the G Flex 2 would be showcased.
As for specs, the G Flex 2 is apparently expected to be a major upgrade over its predecessor. Reportedly, the new model will once again sport a plastic OLED, though it said to be a 1080p FHD display panel. Naturally, the device will offer the self-healing property as well. Moreover, the premium handset is reportedly said to sport a smaller form factor.
Back in 2013, LG unveiled the G Flex - the world's first curved, flexible smartphone. Basically, the G Flex incorporates a curved display and more importantly it features a "self healing" coating that actually removes scratches and scars automatically.
The G Flex features a 6-inch HD Curved OLED 720p HD display; a 2.26 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 (MSM8974) processor; 2GB DDR3 RAM; 32GB of internal memory; microSD support; Android Jelly Bean v4.2.; 13MP rear camera; 2.1 MP front-facing shooter; 4G LTE; Wi-Fi; Bluetooth 4.0; GPS; NFC; 3500mAh curved battery.
The original G FLEX was recently got an unofficial price cut.
The device is now available in India for less than Rs. 40,000. It was originally launched at a staggering retail price of Rs. 69,990.
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