LG G Flex

The LG G Flex is the first smartphone in the market with a curved glass that follow the contour of the face.
We all know it is just a matter of time before someone release a smartphone with a curve glass. According to LG, the curved glass reduce the distance between the user’s mouth to the microphone. The curved design offer a more reassuring grip and fits more comfortably in one’s back pocket (if you have curved bum). When in landscape mode, the display offer a cinematic experience to fit the contours of human’s eyes, resulting in a comfortable viewing angle for watching videos or playing games on the 6 inch screen.
And since the LG G Flex is curved, the battery also need to be curved to fit into the body. And interestingly, the curved shape of the battery means more cells. The LG G Flex battery has a capacity of 3500 mAh. That should be able to last you a full day if you are a normal user.
Besides the curved body, the LG G Flex also the first smartphone with a “Self Healing” coating on the back cover. The elastic coating has the ability to recover from light scratches. Yes, I tried scratching the back of the LG G Flex with my keys and it did heal within a few minutes. Pretty impressive feature. And fun too.
The LG G Flex will be available in Singapore from 21 December 2013 at a recommended retail price of S$1,088 without contract.

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