LG G Flex 2 has made its debut it the CES forum today. In the first part of the press event LG’s Chief tech officer Dr. Ahn said that they will be introducing ‘new stunning mobile devices’ in a while. For a moment, we thought, maybe they will announce something else apart from the LG G Flex 2, but after the lineup’s discussion that LG has planned for 2015, we only got to see one smartphone. The smartphone is buzz worthy as to this point we have not seen any other company preparing to announce an advanced spec smartphone. If none of the other industry leaders bring out something splashy, well LG will take the crown for the smartphone game at CES.
We wanted to show you how the smartphone looks in actual, all the images here from Cnet, courtesy of their photographer Josh Miller. Have a look and beware as Frank Lee from LG mobile team says ‘Prepare to fall in Love’.
Well we did talk about the specs earlier and the smartphone is a confusing mix of advanced and low end specifications. But we have to give the company the credit for working with the Flex model again this year and improving it and agree with what Frank Lee said in the press event,
We all know you will agree: in a world of similar smartphones, the LG G Flex 2 truly stands alone.
We wonder if he was talking about the design or the specifications. The smartphone will be launched in South Korea first and in the USA it will be available with AT&T and Sprint. AT&T will only carry the ‘Platinum Silver’ color and Sprint will have both color options: the Platinum Silver and Volcano Red. There is no confirmation when it will launching is USA or other markets or what the price will be. There are rumors that the device may retail at $760. So did you fall in love and are you planning to get the LG G Flex2?
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