Korean media confirms LG G Flex for next month, LG-made Nexus 5 by the end of October
0. phoneArena 17 Oct 2013, 03:21 posted on
"Nexus 5 developed by LG Electronics will be released through Google during this month," says the report. The 6" flexible OLED screen is curved top to bottom, says the publication, and the idea is that when you turn it in landscape mode while watching videos, you get an experience similar to those non-flat cinema screens that are more immersive and bring different perspective...
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1. Darth_Muffin (Posts: 18; Member since: 06 Oct 2013)
The chosen one is coming... It will bring balance to the force... Wahahahahah
2. woodshop20 (Posts: 459; Member since: 14 Sep 2013)
LG, why u do this? I want to be able to play table tennis with my phone.
3. Dr.Phil (Posts: 818; Member since: 14 Feb 2011)
Here comes all of the comments about a curved device being pointless and stupid by people who somehow think they know what it would be like before such a device is even announced or released.
4. androiphone20 (Posts: 1118; Member since: 10 Jul 2013)
I'm quite sure LG will do a better job *cough* Samsung *cough*
5. itsdeepak4u2000 (Posts: 2099; Member since: 03 Nov 2012)
Who know this is also a prototype from LG....like Sammy with G Round.
6. spiderpig2894 (Posts: 395; Member since: 10 Jan 2012)
As of now, I can only say it is curved rather than flexible. The display may be flexible but the phone isn't.
8. marbovo (Posts: 477; Member since: 16 May 2013)
It is what i´m thinking, whats the diference between a flexible and a curved display? because the phone from the flex screen probably wont bend...
7. DONUT (Posts: 188; Member since: 27 Jun 2013)
if LG plays their cards right, this gon' be a killer year end for them
9. GeekMovement (Posts: 1497; Member since: 09 Sep 2011)
well asthetically that phone rendition looks very appealing. can't wait to see it announced.
10. Pancholo (Posts: 370; Member since: 27 Feb 2012)
Didn't the early Nexus S have a curved display? What about the Galaxy Nexus? At the time, that's what seemed the most appealing to me. They're only making all these "fresh" comebacks to curved devices to show-off and roadtest their new, flexible display tech.
Once again, I repeat: The flexibility of the phone's screen is mainly for its durability, not for the zomgicanbendthisshiznitandthrowitonafieldofdiamonds factor (well, at least not yet). Calm your tits, gals.