The LG G Flex 2 handset was probably the most interesting smartphone unveiled at CES 2015, although an ASUS model or two would dispute that claim. Anyway, today we caught wind of the device’s future pricing and it doesn’t sound bad at all.


We’re talking about 599 euros, which in USA would probably become $600 or a bit more, so I’d say this model has a pretty good price for what it offers. This second edition phone of the G Flex comes with a smaller 5.5 inch display, compared to the original 6 incher, but it stays flexible. It also increases the resolution from HD to Full HD. The newcomer evolves the self healing attribute of the back fo the case, which we have yet to see in action.

Amazon Germany is the one listing the price, just in case you were wondering and obviously it’s off contract. This is also one of the first Snapdragon 810 phones to be announced officially and it also comes with a 13 MP back camera with laser autofocus and OIS. Interestingly enough, this model has a replaceable battery, so we may pry its cover open and have a glance inside. And also you can bend it… a lot.

via Phone Arena

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