LG G Flex scores 33336 on AnTuTu, flaunts G2 specs, but 720p display
G Flex, the bendy 6-incher coming from LG, has appeared on AnTuTu, reconfirming specs and performance very similar to the LG G2. We are getting a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset, clocked at 2.2 GHz, accompanied by 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage, as well as 13 MP camera. We already noticed that the G Flex also has buttons on the back, which leaves the main difference between it and the G2 to be the display.
The 6” flexible display flaunts 720x1280 pixels of HD resolution, pegging the pixel density at 244 pixels per inch. Not the most resolute out there, bue something had to give in the production of this top to bottom curved display, we guess.
The LG G Flex release date is rumored for next month, and LG already commented it has flexible OLED panels production in full motion, and we'd wager to bet these are set aside for the company's first phone with plastic display substrate.