LG G Flex with curved display expected to be available soon in India at Rs 66,900
The LG G Flex is the company's first curved display smartphone. It features a 6-inch 720p display and is powered by a Snapdragon 800 processor.
New Delhi: LG's curved smartphone, G Flex, which is scheduled to be available in India in February, is expected to come priced at Rs 69,999. A Mumbai-based retailer, who has a proven track record of giving information beforehand, has tweeted that the phone will come with an MRP of Rs 69,999, while the best buy would be Rs 66,900. He further said the stock will be available in 2-3 business days.
The phone was unveiled in India in December. The LG G Flex is the company's first curved display smartphone. It features a 6-inch 720p display and is powered by a Snapdragon 800 processor. The 6-inch display found on the G Flex is claimed to be the world's largest Plastic OLED (POLED) display developed and mass produced specifically for smartphones.
It includes 2GB of RAM. The phone has a 13 megapixel camera and has rear-mounted control buttons like the ones on the LG G2. The phone has a 13 megapixel rear camera. Unlike the Samsung Galaxy Round that curves from left to right, LG's G Flex goes orthogonally from top to bottom.
According to LG, the curved battery in the G Flex is designed with a technology, which reduces the physical stress on the battery pack when in the curved form and provides better stability and performance. The LG G Flex battery has a capacity of 3,500mAh.
LG had globally unveiled the G Flex smartphone back in October.
Read out first impressions review of the LG G Flex here.
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