LG has launched a mobile curved screen G Flex.

    

            

                    

        

LG has launched the company’s first mobile monitor curve G Flex specification is as follows:

  • six-inch OLED screen at a resolution of 720p
  • CPU Quad Core 2.26 GHz Snapdragon 800 GPU, the Adreno 330
  • RAM, 2 GB internal memory capacity of 32GB eMMC
  • 13 megapixel rear camera and 2.1 megapixel front camera
  • battery 3500 mAh – hours. Not replaceable
  • Depth is between 7.9 to 8.7 mm Weight 177 g
  • support LTE-A / LTE
  • install Android 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean)

    for new features on the LG G Flex is the following:

  • QTheater can access the videos on YouTube and although the screen is also locked in a single touch on the screen using two fingers and drag from the inside to the outside

  • Dual Window split screen to open two apps at once
  • Swing Lockscreen, which will change the screen background (wallpaper) to tilt (tilting motion) of the system and shows the effects vary according to the unlock position on the touch screen to unlock. log
  • Face Detection Indicator light shows green to indicate that the Rear Key Camera face detection
  • Camera Timer timer shooting by the light of Rear Key to specify whether to shoot up
  • Urgent Call Alert notification calls through the lamp Rear Key, if not, it will show the red line, etc.
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widely advertised that the phone calls can be conveniently designed ergonomically. And curved screen make it a better video experience. (Understood as a horizontal view) It G Flex technology to repair itself. (Self-healing) is a film coating on the back of the machine, which can remove scratches in minutes

Company G Flex will be on sale in South Korea next month. But it is not available openly in the country, but

Source: Engadget , The Verge

    

            

                     LG, Android, Smartphone

        

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