Jan 03 AT 6:56 PM Nick Sarafolean 5 Comments

LG prepares to announce the G Flex 2 at CES


LG is a company that’s not afraid to try new things. Last year, one of its more interesting concepts was the LG G Flex, one of the first phones with a flexible display and the capacity to bend. The company is now readying a successor to the G Flex that will be released at CES 2015. LG has put up huge posters for the G Flex 2┬áin the main hallway of the convention center where CES will be taking place.

The posters (picture below) reveal the look of the device but not much else is known. A curved, flexible display is obvious and Qualcomm internals are highly probable. We’d also venture to guess that it will have the same self-healing back as last year’s model. While the original G Flex didn’t exactly set landmark sales, it sparked intrigue and certainly had people talking. Perhaps this year will bring good fortune upon sales of the LG G Flex.

What would you like to see in the G Flex successor?

LG G Flex 2

Via: The Verge

A nerd at heart, Nick is an average person who has a passion for all things electronic. When not spending his time writing about the latest gadgets, Nick enjoys reading, dabbling in photography, and experimenting with anything and everything coffee. Should you wish to know more about him, you can follow him on Twitter @Zricon15.

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  • ChrisAre

    My next phone will be as Vanilla Android as I can find. I’d like to see 0 boatware.

  • Robairto

    -10 hrs screen on time per charge
    -5mp front 20mp rear cameras
    -Apple like image processing
    -high quality front facing speakers
    -built in systemic theme engine
    -little to no bloat

  • Ufotofu9

    I have the LG G, a great phone. but with the 2k screen, it isn’t all it could have been in terms of battery life. I wouldn’t mind seeing a Similar phone with similar specs, & a 1080 screen so that the battery lasts longer.

  • bryanizmir

    Currently using the original flex as my dd… Two things that desperately need to be updated are the cameras and display. Keep display size the same and a bump in hardware and we have the perfect phone :) Alas i would never buy another LG phone because they are locked down so tight and actively patched to disuade bootloader unlocking/rooting, killing all hope for development.

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