CES 2015 is just around the corner, and we're already being teased about what to expect from the Las Vegas based electronics extravaganza. LG is expected to unveil the successor to one of the more unique smartphones of 2013, the G Flex.
LG is expected to unveil the new G Flex 2 at CES Las Vegas in January 2015, and according to Android Authority's sources, it will be a "major upgrade" over its predecessor. We should expect a Full HD, or possibly QHD plastic-based OLED screen, and the self-healing coating on the back of it, both of which I'm sure will be an improvement over the original G Flex.
The G Flex didn't really offer anything super special outside of its slightly flexible design, curved screen and self-healing coating on the back, so let's hope LG can push the boundaries with the G Flex 2.
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