SlashGear has a hands-on review of the LG G Flex, and it might strike you as interesting. More than a pretty, curved face, the G Flex offers a touch of class and style to a fresh form factor that keeps us guessing — but happy.
a lot more of the technology in smartphones. They expect Samsung to launch one or two, and their CEO thinks we’ll see seven or eight companies use the tech next year.
Android is still king of the mobile landscape. Analytics firm comScore has released their monthly report on smartphone market share, and it shows Google’s operating system is still on top. Second is Apple and their iOS, while Blackberry — in a downward spiral — continues to embarrass Microsoft by holding firm at number three, even with a significant loss in users.
up to 40% of smartphones emulating the G Flex. LG believes that flexible devices are the future, whether they be curved like the G Flex or completely foldable, like so many concepts and show floor devices we’ve seen lately.
LG G Flex contours and self-healing powers, you might finally have the chance to get your hands on one. That is, if you're residing in Asia. LG's curved smartphone will be making its first appearance outside the Korean market next week as it starts to make its way to markets around the globe.
recent research, about half of new iPhone 5C owners in the UK migrated from LG and Samsung. If you’re thinking it’s a matter of the younger audience being fickle, think again: the average age for the iPhone 5C owner is 38.
Nexus 5 and popular G2 handset of their own, seems to have something else up their sleeve. With a leaked codename of D830, there appears to be a new LG handset making its way to us. While not much is known we can find a bit of info on screen resolution, which promises to be excellent.
LG G Pad 8.3 and the Dell Venue 8 -- both of which are selling at a discount today.
LG has just unveiled its new LG Tone Ultra Bluetooth headset that boasts of delivering quality audio and ergonomic comfort. The Tone Ultra is the company's third entry in its series of uniquely shaped headsets.
sent out now. Currently only available in South Korea, the G Flex is a bit expensive at $950 or so, and we’ll be interested to see the final retail cost when it’s launched internationally. The December third event in Hong Kong should give complete details, even carrier support.