LG announced today that it was going to launch its innovative flexing handset internationally this month. We’re talking about the LG G Flex phone here, that has been shown over the past weeks being bended, sat on and scratched, without anything bad happening to it.



This device will be up for preorder in Singapore starting with December 8th, while in Hong Kong it will be available from the 13th. LG G Flex is the first phone to feature a P-OLED screen (plastic OLED), that is curved and can flex slightly. The auto healing ability of the handset’s case has also made the news a bunch of times so far.

As far as specs go, aside from the screen and battery, this is pretty much an LG G2, with a Snapdragon 800 CPU, 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage. The display is a 6 inch 720p affair, while the battery is a hefty 3500 mAh power source. This model is also scheduled to get KitKat soon and its price revolves around $940 for starters.

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