LG G Flex renders reveal really curved display. AT&T and Sprint might launch the smartphone soon
LG may not announce its first smartphone with flexible display until November, but it looks like we can already take a peek at the handset.
Engadget ha posted a few renders that seemingly show the upcoming smartphone, expected to be officially called LG G Flex. The G Flex seen in these images is curved differently than Samsung’s Galaxy Round (launched last week in South Korea).
As hinted by LG earlier this month, when the company confirmed that it started mass-producing flexible OLED displays, the G Flex should have a 6 inch screen. It will certainly also come with that curved battery showcased by LG not long ago.
At the moment, there is no word on what other features the upcoming handset will have. I’d say we should expect to see Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, LTE connectivity, a quad-core processor, and a high-quality rear camera. As for its price, the G Flex will probably be more expensive than the G2, LG’s current flagship Android smartphone.
According to EVleaks, the LG G Flex could be released in the US by AT&T (model number LG D950) and Sprint (model number LG LS995). If that turns out to be true, both carriers will likely start selling the handset before the end of the year. We’ll (hopefully) bring more details on this soon.