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LG G Flex To Be Showcased On November 5th, Release Date Pegged For Mid November

by Mihai Matei on October 31, 2013


If you’ve followed the mobile market during these past several weeks, then you should’ve already heard of LG’s G Flex. But, while the handset in question has been officially announced by the Korean manufacturer, the G Flex didn’t really get the chance to “flex” its muscles (pun intended) on stage yet. Instead, LG has simply issued a press release, making the device official, but that was about it.

Evidently, we’re still waiting for the big day on which we’ll get to see the handset in action, and according to our latest findings, the formal unveiling of the LG G Flex is imminent. Check out the details below.

LG G Flex To Be Showcased On November 5th, Release Date Pegged For Mid November

LG G Flex To Be Showcased On November 5th, Release Date Pegged For Mid November

LG G Flex Big Event Coming Soon – Release Date Soon After

According to the Korean media and the press invites that have been recently sent out, LG will present the G Flex, on-stage, on November 5. The source also suggests that the device in question will then hit the market in mid-November. The handset will most likely go on sale in South Korea at first, after which availability should expand to other markets as well. The price has not been disclosed yet, but more information should surface as the launch of the device gets nearer.

Spec-wise, we’re expecting the G Flex to pack a curved P-OLED 6 inch display with a resolution of 720 x 1280, resulting in a rather underwhelming pixel density of 245 ppi, a top-shelve Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor clocked at 2.2.6 GHz, an Adreno 330 graphics chip and 2 GB of RAM.


The device is said to pack 32 GB of on-board storage, a 13 MP main camera complemented by a 2.1 MP front-facing sensor, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean out of the box and a beefy Li-Po 3,500 mAh battery.

In terms of design, the G Flex’s biggest selling point is its curved nature. But, that’s not all. The case of the smartphone in question is apparently coated in a self-repairing finish, and much like the G2 before it, the G Flex will boast physical keys on the back panel, just underneath the main camera.

Is anyone excited about LG G Flex’s launch?

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