LG G Flex vs Nokia Lumia 152037
Overall, it’s safe to say that both handsets borrow from past devices, so we wouldn’t say that they’re dramatically different. Despite that, we’ll give the stylish look to the Lumia 1520, mainly due to its chic tapered design in conjunction with the various bright colored paint jobs it’s offered in. Then again, the G Flex is unique in itself for its unconventional curved design, giving it the ability to go back into shape after being flattened, and its self-healing rear casing. When it comes to the in-the-hand feel, we’re going to give it to the LG G Flex because of its ergonomic and more comfortable feel. Honestly, it’s tough which design we prefer more, seeing that they a handful of characteristics we like.
What we have here are two 6-inch displays, one employing IPS-LCD technology, the other being OLED. Looking at strictly at their qualities, there’s no arguing we get a higher level of it with the 6-inch 1080p (368 ppi) IPS-LCD display of the Lumia 1520. Not only is it more detailed than the 6-inch 720p (245 ppi) P-OLED panel of the G Flex, but it also proves to be more visible in outdoor conditions. Although it’s being outclassed in the specs department, the G Flex’s flexible plastic OLED display is undeniably rare, one that’s able to flex accordingly without any worries in regards to it breaking or shattering. Yes, it’s cool, impressive, and innovative, but we’ve come across some distracting elements, like some odd color banding and spottiness, that appear when the brightness is set at 50% or below.