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Stay ahead of the curve with these 11 tips and tricks for LG’s G Flex 2

Monday, April 6th, 2015

Stay ahead of the curve with these 11 tips and tricks for LG’s G Flex 2
News from Digital Trends:

Like any new piece of technology, there are plenty of quirks that may not be apparent when you unbox your new LG G Flex 2. Getting the most out of your new curved phone may require some hints. Here’s our guide to the important tricks and tips to get you acquainted with your new phone.

Related: Our editor’s review LG’s G Flex2

Glance at your notifications with a down swipe on the lock screen

 The G Flex 2 has a new feature called Glance view. Holding your finger on the display, and then swiping down will show weather, time, and notifications. It’s a nifty feature that allows you to preview more information. It’s good for checking notifications, but some will find that it’s just as easy to preview notifications with knock on. For those who are new to LG phones, knock on involves double tapping on your phone to get quick access to the lock screen.

G Flex 2 picks up on gestures

Try this: Open the G Flex 2’s selfie cam and make a fist. When the cam recognizes your…………… continues on Digital Trends

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LG teases a look at the new LG G4 software
News from TechRadar:

If you’re counting down the days until the 28 April unveiling of the LG G4 flagship, then you’ll be interested in a new teaser video launched by the firm. It shows the LG UX 4.0 interface you can expect to see on the version of Android Lollipop shipping with the phone.

According to Google Translate’s take on LG’s Korean blurb, the new software is going to be “smarter” and more “human-centred”. You can see for yourself in the video, but it looks like Material Design features heavily, with bright and bold colours throughout.

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LG G Flex review: There is more to this phone than the curve

Wednesday, April 16th, 2014

LG G Flex review: There is more to this phone than the curve
News from Financial Express:

LG G Flex has a curved screen that can flex itself if needed

SummaryThere is nothing in the curve that really makes you buy this phone. But there is a lot in the phone that can make you take this curve.

I have always felt that Android phones have had a problem finding differentiators. That is why many of them came packed with features, mostly software, that are at the best gimmicks. But it is hard to sell a phone on a gimmick, however good the gimmick might be. That is why of late some manufacturers have been looking at design to be the big differentiator. The most different phone as far as design goes has to be the LG G Flex, with its curved screen that can flex itself if needed.

Design

Yes, with a curved screen you have a design that is bound to make some heads turn. But this is not just a gimmick of a design and seems very practical. The shape seems more conducive to making calls as it corresponds the shape of the face. But you tend to poke your ear with the top of the phone. The curve is also a bit awkward w…………… continues on Financial Express

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Verizon unveils a pair of low-cost phones
News from LG Zone 2 and LG Extravert 2 – IntoMobile:

Without much fanfare, Verizon Wireless unveiled a pair low-cost devices, LG Zone 2 and LG Extravert 2, both of which lack 4G LTE connectivity support and are limited to 3G speeds.

The Zone 2 is an Android 4.4 KitKat-powered smartphone that comes with a 3.5-inch HVGA screen, Qualcomm’s 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 512MB of RAM, 3-megapixel camera on the back, 4GB of expandable storage (with microSD cards) and a 1,700 mAh battery.

When it comes to the LG Extravert 2, it’s a feature phone that’s selling for just $ 79.99. It has a 3.2-inch screen, side-sliding QWERTY keyboard, 2-megapixel camera, and preloaded Opera Mini web browser. It’s a device made for texting maniacs on a budget.

As you would imagine, we advise everyone to skip these two except if they really can’t afford something be…………… continues on LG Zone 2 and LG Extravert 2 – IntoMobile

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LG G Flex D958 review: LG’s ‘curve ball’ could have been great, but for the price

Monday, April 7th, 2014

LG G Flex D958 review: LG’s ‘curve ball’ could have been great, but for the price
News from Firstpost:

We’ve reached a point where numbers aren’t everything when it comes to flagship smartphones. Yes, it is important to have good specifications since customers expect the best at the higher prices but they are also looking for something else, something unique. This could be design, choice of materials used or a killer feature that no one else has. LG decided it’s finally time to put its Plastic OLED display into mass production and the G Flex is the first commercial device to launch globally with it. Since this technology is still in its nascent stages, it’s going to be costly to produce, which reflects in the Flex’s retail price. But one the economies of scale even out over the next couple of years, is this the future of smartphones? Will flexible displays be the next frontier to innovate on or is it just a fad like 3D was in the mobile space?

Design and Build

The LG G Flex is superbly built handset. In fact, it might just be the best looking and built 6-inch smartphone after the Nokia Lumia 1520. It’s tough to get a phone of this size to feel comfortable in your hand but we feel LG has done a brilliant job with this. The front is almost all-scre…………… continues on Firstpost

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LG G Flex D958 review: A good all-rounder but steep pricing makes it a no-go
News from Firstpost:

We’ve reached a point where numbers aren’t everything when it comes to flagship smartphones. Yes, it is important to have good specifications since customers expect the best at the higher prices but they are also looking for something else, something unique. This could be design, choice of materials used or a killer feature that no one else has. LG decided it’s finally time to put its Plastic OLED display into mass production and the G Flex is the first commercial device to launch globally with it. Since this technology is still in its nascent stages, it’s going to be costly to produce, which reflects in the Flex’s retail price. But one the economies of scale even out over the next couple of years, is this the future of smartphones? Will flexible displays be the next frontier to innovate on or is it just a fad like 3D was in the mobile space?

Design and Build

The LG G Flex is superbly built handset. In fact, it might just be the best looking and built 6-inch smartphone after the Nokia Lumia 1520. It’s tough to get a phone of this size to feel comfortable in your hand but we feel LG has done a brilliant job with this. The front is almost all-scre…………… continues on Firstpost

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LG G Flex Review: trouble with the curve (AT&T)

Tuesday, February 11th, 2014

LG G Flex Review: trouble with the curve (AT&T)
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Review by Andrew Kameka on Monday February 10, 2014.

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LG targeting 40percent smartphone growth
News from The Nation:

South Korean tech giant LG aims to expand its smartphone business by at least 40 per cent this year.

LG Electronics (Thailand)’s Product Group head of Mobile Communications, Anuphun Bhakdisuparit, said LG’s mobile business strategy for 2014 is to focus on innovation leadership to create the ultimate user experience and further strengthen its innovation leadership in the global smart-phone industry.

“The company aims to grow its smart-phone business at least 40 per cent this year,” he said.

LG started to become active in smart-phone marketing in Thailand last year with its flagship product, LG G2, targeting the high-end market. The company has been successful in this market segment globally, and in the Thai market as well.

Anuphun said the company’s 2014 strategy, therefore, is to keep on focusing on the high-end market segment with the launch of its latest device, the LG G Flex, which is the world’s first curved-screen smart phone.

“We see constant growth in the smart-phone segment, especially in premium smart phones. This year, LG will continue to develop innovations that will enhance the lives of consumers, while releasing phone functions that truly fulfill the needs of users.

“The first model is the LG G Flex, which comes with a 6-inch HD POLED curved screen with ergonomic design that offers perf…………… continues on The Nation

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Black/Black Combat Heavy Duty Case for LG Optimus L9 P769 + ManiaGear Screen Protector (T-Mobile)
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