After the unique accessories and a hands-on of LG's first phone with plastic substrate display - the G Flex - came out, now we get a glimpse over its unique features, courtesy of the official Korean launch.
The new things we are learning from the launch presentation are that the G Flex can withstand up to 40 kilos of pressure when lying face down, thanks to the flexible display and battery, which probably means you can sit with it in your back pocket without cracking the screen.
The handset also supports something similar to Samsung's multi-window mode, which divides the display in two, showing separate apps in each windows, thus aiding multitasking with the phone. The multi-window mode apparently works in landscape, too. Take a peak at the launch photos below for a better glimpse of the LG G Flex unique features.