LG G Flex 2 tipped for early 2015 release; phone to offer "unique" feature

LG G Flex 2 tipped for early 2015 release; phone to offer "unique" feature
A tweet disseminated by evleaks, reveals that the sequel to the LG G Flex is expected to be released in the middle of next year's first quarter. The tweet from Mr. Leaks will have everyone's imagination all fired up. According to the tip, the LG G Flex 2 will include a feature even more "unique" than the self-healing back cover that graced the OG LG G Flex.

So what might we see with the LG G Flex 2 next year? Late last year, we passed along a report that LG was going to make the LG G Flex 2 bendable at a 90 degree angle, somewhat akin to a clamshell handset. We probably will also see a bump up in resolution to 1080 x 1920, or a small drop in screen size from the 6 inches on the original model.

The current combination of a 6 inch, 720 x 1280 resolution display, results in a 245ppi pixel density. This falls well short of the readings seen on the current crop of top-shelf phones. If LG goes to a 1080p resolution on a 6 inch screen, the combination would be similar to what is found on the Nokia Lumia 1520, which is a respectable 368ppi pixel density.

But what will stick in everyone's mind, is the unique feature touted by evleaks. Want to venture a guess of what it could be?


source: @evleaks

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