The #LG #GFlex from 2013 was a very interesting device at the time. Although the handset didn’t sell to its potential, there’s no denying that it is still a pretty solid device thanks to its self-healing back cover as well as the curved P-OLED display panel. Well, the smartphone can now be snatched up from
LG G Flex
The #LG #GFlex from late 2013 is now on offer for just $129.99 via eBay. The variant offered here comes with 32GB of internal storage, which is plenty for a device of this stature. The device was one of LG’s first attempts at a curved display smartphone and was quite a breakthrough in the mobile display segment.
Before they actually start shipping via online retailers, and before they pop up in physical stores nationwide, Samsung’s newest mobile powerhouses still have one final hurdle to clear. Make that two. LG’s unsung hero pair. Yes, the aging continuously maturing G3 and grossly overlooked 2015 edition of the original “banana phone”, aka G Flex 2.
One of the most irritating, debated, often echoed and outright bogus myths of the 21st century retail world is the so-called post-holidays slump. Slump, slip, decline, recession, whatever, it’s just not real. Yes, some people tighten the belt after excessively spending during the holidays, and some retailers avoid January price cuts after slimming down their
Don’t let your calendars fool you. Even though the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show is technically scheduled to run through January 9, the glamorous unveiling festivities are very much over. And I know what you Android addicts are thinking. Man, this was a disappointing trade fair. No next-gen Samsung Galaxy S flagship, no LG G4, no
Reports in the past have indicated that LG could be prepping the launch of the G Flex 2 smartphone at the CES 2015 event in Las Vegas next week. A new report from South Korea now reiterates that the smartphone will launch during the event as originally rumored. It is also mentioned that this smartphone will be
Always at the forefront of innovation when it comes to mobile autonomy, Motorola has done it again, just as Lenovo was closing the device manufacturer’s purchase. They’ve taken the wraps off and commercially released the Droid Turbo, which grabs the battery powerhouse baton right from the hands of the dying Droid Maxx. Not all about
AT&T’s version of the LG G Flex smartphone is getting an update today carrying some minor tweaks and bug fixes. Most importantly, the update improves compatibility with the G Watch. This is interesting as the update is coming directly from the carrier and not LG, which in turn means that the Android version remains unchanged. AT&T
The Sprint version of the LG G Flex smartphone has started receiving a new update which brings WiFi calling on board. Other additions to the update include bug fixes and a new HD Voice icon. The update changes the software version to ZV7 and brings forth some nifty bug fixes as well. Prominent among those
First of their kind devices are double-edged swords for manufacturers. On the one hand, they introduce a new feature that has never been seen before, but on the other, they are often unable to achieve the a respectable sales figure. The LG G Flex fell into both camps when it launched late last year, but
Lo and behold, ladies and gents, as LG seems to be preparing an additional bombshell this week to the no doubt spectacular, albeit no longer surprising G3 announcement. The Koreans have bumped up the G2 to Android 4.4, the Optimus G Pro, G Flex, G Pad 8.3 and Vu 3 also, and apparently, next in
Just after AT&T and Verizon announced their own VoLTE networks, T-Mobile has now announced theirs as well. An unlike Verizon’s, which won’t launch until later this year, T-Mobile is actually launching it in Seattle. MetroPCS (which T-Mobile purchased in 2013), actually launched VoLTE in 2012, so T-Mobile is probably converting that network over to use.
LG’s curved wonder of a smartphone is getting an update to Android 4.4.2 KitKat on another carrier today, after AT&T and Sprint. T-Mobile is now pushing the update to the LG G Flex in the form of a 147 MB over-the-air package that will bump the software version up to D95920d. The update includes LG’s KnockCode feature,
Sprint’s version of the LG G Flex handset is now receiving the Android 4.4 update, which is a couple of weeks after AT&T started rolling out the update. The bump to Android 4.4 will bring the customary changes on board, including some from Google and a few of LG’s own updates. Sprint claims that the update will start