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Google Nexus 6 goes curvy, pics of the new phone sports LG G Flex kind profile

Friday, February 21st, 2014

Google Nexus 6 goes curvy, pics of the new phone sports LG G Flex kind profile
News from Daily Bhaskar:

After the success of Google Nexus 5, it’s expected that Google will launch the Nexus 6 handset this year. The dip in prices of Moto X has raised our hopes of hearing something about a Nexus 6 as soon as middle of this year.

 

We today are seeing fresh (concept) pics of the upcoming Nexus 6 handset in a curved LG G Flex kind profile. The new concept expects the handset to come designed around the curved LG G Flex.

 

 

 

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LG G Flex: The straight truth about a curvy smartphone

Wednesday, January 29th, 2014

LG G Flex: The straight truth about a curvy smartphone
News from USA TODAY:

Personal Technology columnist Ed Baig puts the new LG G Flex curved smartphone through the paces. USA TODAY

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LG G Flex And Optimus F3Q QWERTY Slider Coming To T-Mobile On February 5th
News from Android Police:

If you’ve been holding your breath for LG’s curved, flexible G Flex and… well, the somewhat less remarkable Optimus F3Q to come to Magenta, then you won’t have to wait much longer. T-Mobile announced this morning that both smartphones will be available starting on February 5th online and at retailers. The G Flex will cost $ 672 ($ 28 a month on T-Mobile’s two-year payment plan), while the budget QWERTY slider will cost $ 312 ($ 13 for 24 months).

The G Flex is up for preorder on T-Mobile’s website now. AT&T has already announced its intention to bring this unique phone and its 6-inch curved screen to the States, and the Ma Bell version will be available

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BasAcc Home Run Phone Case for LG VS910 Revolution Esteem

  • 1X Home Run Phone Protector Cover. Various designs to fit the style of your phone. Protect your phone from scratches to preserve your phones look. Easy access to all phone features

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LG G Flex curvy phone on pre-order for mind-bending £690

Monday, January 13th, 2014

LG G Flex curvy phone on pre-order for mind-bending £690
News from CNET UK:

LG’s bendy new G Flex smart phone has gone on pre-order here in the UK — but you’ll have to bend over backwards to get one. Mobile retailer Expansys has put the curvaceous new blower up for sale for a staggering £690.

It’s no less mind-bending on contract. Carphone Warehouse has it on deals from £52 per month, and that doesn’t even get you a free phone — it’s another £79 upfront, or £49 upfront if you pay £57 per month.

Why so wallet-slashingly expensive? There’s the face-hugging arched design, of course, requiring the very latest in curved OLED screen technology, built on plastic substrates rather than the usual glass. You’ll be envy of your mates, with their pedestrian flat phones.

The 6-inch screen offers 1,280×720 pixels for a density of 245 pixels per inch — far less than the continues on CNET UK

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New Sony, LG phones have their weaknesses
News from 3News NZ:

By Anick Jesdanun

One of the reasons Android phones have become popular is the choice they offer: Want a big screen? There’s a phone for you. Want cheap? There’s one for you, too.

New phones from Sony and LG continue that trend. Although I personally find their distinctive features unnecessary, consumers looking for those specific attributes will welcome them.

Sony’s Xperia Z1s is a waterproof phone with a high-megapixel camera, while LG’s G Flex has a curved screen that offers a better fit for phone calls.

Xperia Z1s, Sony

The 5-inch Z1s stands out in two ways: It’s waterproof, meaning you can dunk it in water up to 1.3m deep for a half-hour. And the camera’s 20.7-megapixel resolution is higher than that of most phones, which means sharper photos when blown up or printed.

Sony also packs the phone with several camera apps that can be useful – when they work.

The waterproofing should give you some comfort using the phone in the rain or taking a selfie in the pool, as long as you keep the ports covered with the attached plastic seals.

Just don’t expect extensive operations underwater, as the touch screen doesn’t work when wet. You can continue video and music you already have going, but you can’t start new ones. Same with voice calls. Sound quality through the ex…………… continues on 3News NZ

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