Although the leaked images of the LG’s first curved screen smartphone have appeared recently on the internet, there were no precise info about its features or availability. Until now.
LG G Flex, a 6-inch curved screen smartphone, has appeared on AnTuTu benchmark test, revealing its specifications, and at first it resembles those of LG G2. Although LG already confirmed the arrival of G Flex, they have not officially presented yet. After the leaked photos and these benchmark specs, the device is no longer a secret. And According to AnTuTu, G Flex performance is truly impressive.
Based on the report, LG G Flex has many similarities with the model LG G2 as it features the same quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor with Adreno 800 GPU and 2 GB of RAM, 32 GB of storage, and the rear camera features the same 13-mega-pixel module. The main difference between these two devices on the front hardware seems to lie in the screen: LG G2 has a display of 5.2 inches at 1080 p, while LG G Flex will come with a larger one- 6-inches, yet with a lower resolution (1280 × 720 pixels) and less pixel density (224 ppi).
You are all certainly more interested in G Flex main feature, the one shared with already announced Samsung Galaxy Round! In the benchmark report, the performance of the curved screen is remarkable. Allegedly, this innovative device from LG will be presented in November, while Samsung has already announced and distributed their Galaxy Round in the Korean market. It looks like we are expecting to see an LG G Flex vs. Samsung Galaxy Round battle soon.
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