It’s all about CES right now, and we already know that a number of major companies – Sony, Samsung, HTC, and LG – will hold their events on January 5, just a day before CES 2015 officially kicks off. To make things even more exciting, Qualcomm posted a teaser image of a mysterious phone on its Twitter page, which many believe to be the successor to the LG G Flex.
The phone in the image, possibly the LG G Flex 2, will ship with a Snapdragon 800 processor (our guess is either Snapdragon 801 or 805), and will launch at CES next week. No one’s said anything about the phone or its specs, but if you take a closer look at the image, you will notice a metallic finish, as well as volume and power buttons on the (self-healing) back of the phone, typical for LG.
To remind you, the G Flex 2 is rumoured to arrive with a curved P-OLED display, a smaller body, and a higher resolution – the original LG G Flex sports a 6” screen with a 720p resolution. These are all the details we have so far, but luckily we won’t have to wait too long to find out more. 🙂
It will definitely be an interesting couple of days next week, so stay tuned to find out whether this really is the G Flex 2, and what other manufacturers have prepared for us.