LG recently introduced the second iteration of its curved display handset – The LG G Flex 2, with its main attraction being the gently curved display, which fits snugly on your cheeks and a back panel which heals itself. Testing units of LG G Flex 2 have already reached Indian shores and we can expect official launch in early second quarter of 2015.


LG claims that its new Android Lollipop running smartphone can heal itself at a much faster rate. The new self healing panel can get rid of minor hairline scratches in just 10 seconds as compared to 3 minutes in the predecessor model.


The 5.5 Inch display resolution also has been improved to full HD 1080P. The display is protected by Dura Gaurd Glass, which is a toughened Gorilla Glass 3 panel. The handset features top of the line2.0 GHz 64 Bit Octa Core Snapdragon 810 processor backed by 2 GB DDR4 RAM and 16 GB/ 32 GB expandable storage.

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There is a 13.0 MP rear camera with optical image stabilization (OIS+), dual-LED two-tone flash, and laser-guided autofocus, coupled with a 2.1 MP front camera. The 3000 mAh battery supports fast charging and can charge to 50 percent in 40 minutes.

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Other features include Gesture Shot (for taking selfies), Gesture View (to view last shot images), Glance View, 4G LTE, WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC, Slim port, GPS and GLONASS. You can expect a high end price on the LG G Flex 2 as well.

Key Specs

Model LG G Flex 2
Display 5.5 Inch , Full HD
Processor 2.0 GHz Snapdragon 810 Octa Core
Internal Storage 16 GB/ 32 GB, expandable
OS Android Lollipop
Camera 13 MP/ 2.1 MP
Battery 3000 mAh
Price To be Announced