LG G Flex

LG’s G Flex, one month on: the curved wonder leaves us wanting

When you buy a smartphone, there is an adjustment period. If you purchase the device subsidized via a carrier, there is always a timeframe you have to return or exchange your device, and purchasing it outright usually leaves a grace period for returns. In considering those who may still be on the fence about the G Flex, we revisit the curved wonder. One month later, is the G Flex still enjoyable?

The new LG G Flex commercial is creeping us out

I’ve got a theory about LG. I think they want to be the next Samsung. Their UX is bloated, and its girth is always increasing — just like TouchWiz. They have devices in just about every category and size, which is Samsung’s game. Now they’re making terrible, creepy commercials, too.

LG G Flex: going one-handed with the 6-inch display

We've spent a fair bit of time with the LG G Flex during the initial hands-on. We also shared our full review shortly after. But with that being said, the LG G Flex is a unique phone, and to be honest, it has been sort of hard to put down since the review has wrapped. To that point, there are some solid features, one of which is how LG is trying to make things a bit easier for one-handed use. Because, as many will realize, a phone with a 6-inch display cannot be described as small.

LG G Flex: using the multi-window feature

With larger devices like the LG G Flex, multi-window utility is an option many take advantage of. By splitting the screen in two (figuratively, we’re not cutting things in half, here), we can get a snippet of multiple things without having to navigate between apps. Fun and functional, some are still in the dark about how this all works, and why it’s one of the coolest features on the G Flex.
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