LG G Flex 2 to be unveiled at CES 2015, promo material discloses design of smartphone
As most tech manufacturers are ramping up to unveil their offerings at the CES 2015 event, we are witnessing numerous leaks offlate. One vendor that is expected to launch a key device of its portfolio is LG as it is likely to announce the LG G Flex 2 smartphone with a curved display, successor of LG G Flex, which was announced in later 2013.
It has been claimed by a Korean publication Naver that the G Flex successor will be supporting Tri-band LTE-A connectivity that was introduced for the first time with the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 S-LTE smartphone last week.
It is also said that the G Flex 2 will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 octa-core chipset with 64-bit processor and be fueled by Android 5.0 Lollipop. This will make the LG curved display smartphone the first Android device to support 64-bit operations. Of course, few manufacturers have already come with 64-bit offerings, but they are not based on Lollipop that supports 64-bit computing, thereby making the tag ineffective.
In addition to this, the folks at The Verge have spotted the promo material of the LG G Flex 2 confirming the name of the smartphone. This promo material is displayed at CES 2015 venue and the report adds that the new handset is set to “redefine the curve”.
Talking about the LG G Flex 2, the handset is likely to resemble the first generation model with its curved and flexible build and screen. There are previous reports that claim that the upcoming smartphone will have a smaller footprint than the yesteryear model that comes with a 6-inch HD display, but it is likely to boast a higher resolution, may be Full HD or Quad HD.
While the other details of the G Flex 2 remains unknown, we need to wait for LG to unveil the smartphone at the CES event in some hours from now.