LG G Flex
The G Flex is LG's first curved-display smartphone. It features a vertically-curved six-inch 720p OLED display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 SoC with a 2.26 GHz quad-core CPU, 2 GB of RAM and a 13-megapixel camera. Last but not least, the G Flex packs a "self-healing" back cover which is able to remove minor scratches within minutes.
Unique curve design.
G Flex's contoured display renders media watching more immersive.
Great battery life.
Massive size can be unwieldy.
Odd placement of IR blaster.
Nothing takes advantage of the curves.
Mediocre camera quality.
720p display can't outpace its competitors.
By Wired UK on March 05, 2014
The LG G Flex is certainly an attention grabber, with its curved, bendy body, rear-mounted controls and huge screen. But it's mostly a disappointment with its sub-par display and camera taking the shine off its innovations and making the high price...70
By Whathifi.com on March 04, 2014
LG is back and it's innovating – that's the message the Korean company is keen to get out there. After several years on the smartphone sidelines, it's doing all it can to make up for lost time, and just one look at the G Flex tells you...80
By DigitalVersus on February 27, 2014
The G Flex is supposed to be a sort of crowning jewel for LG, a product symbolic of the future of mobile devices. But its greatest asset is also its greatest enemy: the curved screen, whose utility is still open for debate, that has lower resolution...60
By MobileTechReview on February 27, 2014
New designs are polarizing, but I suspect curved phones may be the future in a way that 3D phones were not. It's more comfortable to hold in the hand and against your face and it mitigates the hugeness of phablets a bit. The LG G Flex has top specs...70
By HotHardware on February 26, 2014
There’s no doubt the LG G Flex is a unique smartphone. Not only does it have one of the largest displays on the market, but this phablet also has a curved form that really sets it apart. Overall, we were surprised at how comfortable the G Flex...-
By NotebookCheck on February 22, 2014
In review: LG G Flex. Review unit courtesy of LG Germany. The LG G Flex is certainly more than just an interesting study of the South Korean manufacturer. The phablet with a curved display would leave a really good impression if the manufacturer would...-
By TechRadar on February 18, 2014
A lofty price tag means the LG G Flex is out of many people's affordability and while the "flexible" feature is interesting, in it's current form it's little more than a gimmick. The G Flex is too ahead of the curve70
By Ubergizmo on February 14, 2014
very good+) The G Flex has not been designed to please the majority. As such, it can be a very polarizing phone, but it is a big phone that also happens to be a fairly tough cookie. I wouldn't say that it is rugged, but it can much more punishment...80
By 3G UK on February 14, 2014
The LG G Flex is, for the most part, a fantastic phone. It’s tremendously powerful, has a battery that lasts for days, a slick, innovative interface and a good camera. But the screen isn’t as high resolution as we’d like and we just...80
By Pocket-lint on February 13, 2014
We do love the G Flex, because it's an interesting phone and one that worked for us. However, the reality is that most people will find it's too big, too irregularly shaped and, most crucially of all, too expensive. There will, of course, be...80