LG G Flex Review

LG was one of the first proleaders who have launched a device with a flexible display.
LG G Flex is one of the first of its kind, which means it will not be perfect. But it looks like it does not need to be. In a world where stunning features, displays and performance are very common for a smartphone, people are more excited about devices that are more special.


At MWC, for example, LG had LG G Pro 2. It was by far the most powerful and amazing smartphone out there, but most people paid attention to the G Flex. Some reporters said it was "unique and innovative."

How does that display work for me? Well, it's not the best, so to speak. Not only is the 6inch screen given back by the 720p resolution (which means something for such a large display), but it is also affected by other prostated problems. I also discovered that the G Flex's display does not react properly to sunlight. I'm not sure if it's because of the flexible display, but when it's hit directly by sunlight, a brown reflection appears on the screen.

Leaving aside all negative, we say that inside the screen is ok. Saturated colors are cute, and black is really black, as expected from an OLED display.
In short: the display is one of the strengths of LG G Flex, but it makes up for in uniqueness and innovativeness's.


You will not be disappointed in terms of performance and software either. If you want speed, then you are in luck with the LG G Flex. Having a procesc Qualcomm Snapdragon 800, 2GB of RAM and LG UI.
Can support any application or game. LG G Flex LG gets the whole package. On we Knock, Knock soon will have infrared Code antenna with Quick Mote QSlide, QuickMemo, Wireless Storage, NFC and more.


The camera of this phone is quite good, being 13MP and taking pictures of a pretty good quality, especially during the day. It also records UHD video (3840x2160p), and the test in the video below will prove it.






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