LG’s 2nd-gen flexible OLED phone, the G Flex 2 , has started shipping in Korea, and Engadget posted the first review of this interesting new phone – and they really like it. They say it has a stunning design, it offers good performance and it’s a lot better than the original G Flex . Regarding the display, the reviewer says that it’s very crisp and it offers deep blacks and punchy colors. The G Flex 2 uses a plastic-based flexible OLED display (5.5″, Full-HD, 403 PPI) protected with a new glass cover developed by LG that is reportedly 20% stronger than the latest Gorilla Glass 3. The screen curves from top to bottom, with a curvature radius of 700 mm. The G Flex 2 has self-healing back coating, a Snapdragon 810 Octacore 2Ghz CPU, 2GB of RAM, LTE, 16/32 GB of storage, 13 MP camera, fast-charging battery and Android 5.0 Lollipop. Read more about Engadget reviews the G Flex 2, says it's a huge improvement over the original G Flex

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Engadget reviews the G Flex 2, says it’s a huge improvement over the original G Flex