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The incredible device that features a curved display from LG called G Flex which was announced back in October and released in native market in November is now in the verge of entering several other markets. This could turn out to be the best news of the day for most tech oriented customers and LG fans as well.
The device which was initially available only in South Korea will soon be seen prevailing in the global market. However, to kick start the roll out the company has stated to begin from Singapore and Hong Kong markets this week.
According to the company, consumers in Singapore can pre-book the G Flex device starting December 8. Talking about the consumers in Hong Kong, the smartphone would be available from December 13 through major carriers and electronics retailers. Other international markets will soon get the device.
The South Korean smartphone manufacturer who has been excelling itseld in display technology, has also announced that the G Flex would be rolled out in key markets in Asia before the end of the year. However, there are no details regarding the availability of the handset in India. Not only that but the price of the device is also not mentioned so far but speculations suggests that the device would cost around Rs. 60,000 or more.
The handset comes with a 6-inch curved Plastic OLED display (P-OLED) which is ultra-light, ultra-thin and flexible. It is powered by a quad-core 2.26GHz Snapdragon 800 (MSM8974) processor, an Adreno 330 GPU along with 2GB of RAM. It runs on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS.
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