Posted 10/28/2013 at 3:21 PM
Posted 4 years ago
A certain specific feature of LG’s new G Flex phone is very interesting, not to diminish anything else about it. LG has stated that its smartphone is capable of “self-healing”, to some capacity. Visions of superhero Wolverine’s innate talent to regenerate tissue cells and heal his own wounds filled my brain as I read the specs.
The LG company explained that this smartphone has a scratch-resistant film applied to its back cover that manages its “self-healing” feat, thus removing light scratches “within minutes”.
It seems that I am a bit crestfallen, as I had thought that it was my favorite superhero Iron Man who had all the best gadgets.
More specs on the G Flex: It is to feature a curvaceous 6-inch 720p display. That means we can expect a curved screen design, as was revealed as another exemplary feature of the phone. The G Flex weighs in at 177 grams and sports the dimensions of, between 7.9 and 8.7 millimeters in total thickness all across its vertical arc. The smartphone has 2GB of RAM, a 3,500 mAh battery, and a 13-megapixel camera. The G Flex is powered up by a 2.26GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor.
The third coolest feature on the G Flex is the “dual window” mode. The G Flex sports the ability to let the screen be divided, thus making multitasking on this very smartphone possible. The “swing lock screen”, depending on how you hold the G Flex, puts forth a variation of unlock touch effects.
LG is going to introduce the phone to the global market place during November. I, for one, await with baited breath.