LG G Flex first hands-on video leaked online along with hi-res images, 6-inch FHD curved display and back-buttons confirmed
Last week we saw the first press renders of LG G Flex, which confirmed the device to come with back-buttons and G2 like design, now the same device has appeared in a hands-on video and couple of live images. The G Flex is the first LG smartphone with curved OLED, and is reported to get launched officially next month.
This curved-screen smartphone from LG has been shown in a talk show over at the Argentinian TV station Telefe Noticias. Telefe somehow got hold a unit of LG G Flex, and Journalist Federico Ini has leaked couple of live photos of the G Flex on his Twitter profile, and shared few more with The Verge.
Federico Ini has confirmed that the G Flex has 6-inch Full HD curved display, and 13MP rear camera. The smartphone looks exactly similar to the LG G2. There are no more details available currently, but it's all certain that the G Flex is almost identical to the LG G2, and will sport similar specifications as G2.
According to Ini, the G Flex will be launched in South Korea next month, with no release planned for the US, Europe, or Latin America.
You can check out the hands-on video of LG G Flex below, along with few more images. Note that the video is in Spanish.