LG G Flex's curved display may develop bumps. The company says these don't affect performance
0. phoneArena 15 Jan 2014, 22:26 posted on
Some LG G Flex units in Korea have small bumps on their screens. LG states that these shouldn't raise concerns, as they will disappear in time...
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1. Rajanvir (Posts: 21; Member since: 11 Dec 2013)
SAMSUNG GALAXY ROUND launched first with curved display but I think LG GFlex is first purely new piece of tec and first smartphone with curved and bouncable (flexible) display
2. Teja171 (unregistered)
1080p 5'' flat display is the best.
3. MarkArigayo (Posts: 116; Member since: 18 Dec 2013)
LG merely is the king in term of innovation, while Samsung master in promotion. Lol.
13. tenho1982 (Posts: 20; Member since: 29 Dec 2013)
What happened with you? In both terms of promotion and innovation, Apple is the King and Samsung is the Queen. Sony could be another King of innovation in its OWN world because it innovates but doesn't attract people to buy. LG is the King of price. Nokia, BB and all others are the past.
14. bokimaricu (Posts: 3; Member since: 21 Dec 2013)
Your post is wrong and you should feel wrong.
15. Humphrey.One (Posts: 16; Member since: 14 Nov 2013)
I think that since Nokia joined the Microsoft crew on the Windows ship to such and extent, that smartphone Windows platform is associated almost only with Nokia brand - it's far from drowning. I know that all this Windows Phone 8 + Windows 8 RT + normal Windows 8 circus looks quite dubious these days. But since Microsoft is so undeniably ubiquitous and powerful, works hard on expansion and suppressing it's fragmentation, also possibly has the strongest back in terms of manufacturers ready to cooperate and thus make MS products spread immidiately - I think it's quite a steady and stable ship for Nokia to sail.
I fully agree that BB has no chances on the market.
4. snowgator (Posts: 3149; Member since: 19 Jan 2011)
Still very interested n this bad boy. Will be fun to see it and how "flex" translates to real world use.
11. PapaSmurf (Posts: 5842; Member since: 14 May 2012)
Stop acting like a high school girl seeking attention.
16. miles16852 (Posts: 183; Member since: 20 Oct 2011)
your also posing posture in your photo makes you look SO stupid, just trying to be that so cool IDIOT! grow up!
7. itsdeepak4u2000 (Posts: 1885; Member since: 03 Nov 2012)
Flexible displays but on flat screens are OK for me.
8. Vanster (Posts: 99; Member since: 15 Jan 2014)
14" flat is better with flash active and faster IYKWIM
9. SleepingOz (Posts: 2377; Member since: 22 Oct 2011)
" Furthermore, according to an official at the Korea Display Industry Association, LG “was rather hesitant in releasing its curved-screen smartphone, as it was previously aware of some technical problems. LG should have notified consumers ahead of the product launch.” " Typical LG..
10. egbtmagus (Posts: 20; Member since: 12 Apr 2012)
This is a non issue if people use the device as intended, It happens when the phone is bent to extreme levels on a regular basis over long period of times. If you use the device like normal this issue will never arise.
12. _Bone_ (Posts: 1997; Member since: 29 Oct 2012)
Oh I get it, you're are holding it wrong... right?
Wrong. It's BECAUSE it's called Flex and BECAUSE they are selling it at a high price point for it's bendable shape, the deforming is totally unacceptable. It's like the S4 Active and it's crappy water resistance that kills warranty, you go back with your $700-$1000 device and get the "soz brah, ur using it wrong" treatment.
I don't even care if they replace it, I don't wanna go back replacing it every two month just cause when I use it how THEY advertised it turns into crap. It's called a crappy product.
17. ThePython (Posts: 126; Member since: 08 May 2013)
Buys a flexible phone - Complains it has curves.