LG served up a new video extolling the curved form factor of the G Flex 2. In the video, LG mentions that the reduction in size from the original G Flex to the G Flex 2 – which saw the screen go from 6 inches to 5.5 inches – was done to maximize comfort and provide the "most ideal screen size." The handset vendor also mentioned that the curve adds to the durability of the device, with LG's P-OLED display combined with the "Dura-Glass Guard" making the handset 20 percent more durable.
There's a mention of how the curved nature of the device improves aesthetics, and a look at the hardware the G Flex 2 is packing, such as the Snapdragon 810. Features such as Quick Chrge – which allows the device to attain a charge of 50 percent in just 38 minutes – are also highlighted, along with the self-healing back.
The G Flex 2 is available for sale in LG's home market of South Korea, is currently up for pre-order in the US and UK, and is set to make its debut in even more international markets in the coming weeks.
Interested in how the device fares in real-world usage? Check out our video walkthrough of the G Flex 2:
Source: YouTube (LG)