This year has been a decent year for LG, but it may want to do more for its upcoming LG phones in 2015 in order to grab the market’s attention. Last year, the Korean company did well in closing 2013 with a bang, launching the very first ‘truly’ flexible smartphone, the G Flex.
While the device is originally promoted as a curved device, the phone’s flexible parts allow it to be flexed a bit.
We waited for the new generation G Flex this year, but it appears that LG would delay its launch a little longer. According to a report by Phone Arena , the guys at Android Authority and other unnamed sources are pointing to a possible announcement of the new G Flex 2 early next year, at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. In the report, the device will feature a curved and flexible P-OLED display, just like its predecessor.
However, the company has allegedly decided to reduce the screen size, probably to make it a more compact phone, and one which would cater to more markets. We will also expect a huge bump in the specs department, a Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution instead of just HD (1280 x 720), 3GB of RAM, a Snapdragon 805 chipset to match the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and the Droid Turbo from Motorola, as well as the self-healing back cover. Of course, all of these are mere speculations so we just have to take these details with a grain of salt.
Stay tuned for more updates about the LG G Flex 2 here.