The LG G Flex with its flexible display will be getting a new successor at the upcoming CES 2015. According to a South Korean report, the new LG G Flex 2 will boast faster 4G LTE-A connectivity and it is likely to run on Qualcomm’s top of the line 64-bit Snapdragon 810 processor.
Early rumours suggest that the new G Flex 2 will be smaller than its current model that stands out with a large 6.0″ HD 720p display. The new version could be hovering around 5.0-5.5″ inches with a higher resolution (Full HD or Quad HD) screen. At time of release, the G Flex was the answer to Samsung’s Galaxy Round with a more ergonomic design and a claimed IMAX-like viewing experience.
In addition, the G Flex also has an interesting self-healing feature where its back panel can cure itself from mild scratches. With LG Malaysia back in the smart phone business, there’s now a chance for us to get it officially.
To refresh your memory, check out our past hands-on video as well as photos of the G Flex after the break.
LG G Flex Hands-on Video
Flexing the LG G Flex