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Unlock LG G Flex 2

Unlock LG G Flex 2 – If you were disappointed that HTC didn’t announce the latest flagship device you’re not alone, however, if you were paying attention to LG you’ve got plenty of reason to be excited about a CES 2015 mobile announcement. LG has returned with it’s 2nd attempt a curved and “self-healing” device, the LG G Flex 2.

How to unlock LG G Flex 2

In a move you don’t see on the 2nd or really any “next generation” device – the LG G Flex 2 is SMALLER than the LG G Flex. It’s smaller and that should make everyone happy. The original LG G Flex at 6 inches was too big and bulky to use effectively. At 5.5 inches the LG G Flex 2, it fits your hand quite well (perfectly?) and is immensinely easier to use than the original. Where the previous LG G Flex display was one of its lowlights – the screen on the new LG G Flex 2 shines! it’s a huge improvement and is now 1080p. LG has also improved upon the Gorilla Glass used to cover it, tweaking it a bit in their labs to make it an additional 20% more durable. The chassis is still plastic – to get any of this self-healing and “flexing” it has to be. The self-healing that used to take several minutes is now down to about 10 seconds (assuming you’re not in the cold – the colder it is – the longer it seems to take).

The LG G Flex 2 will be one of the first devices released to have the new Qualcomm octa-core Snapdragon 810 processor (2.0GHz cores). It will also have 2GB of DDR4 RAM and come in 2 sizes for internal storage: 16GB or 32GB. Remember the camera in the LG G3? It’s here in the LG G Flex 2, so if you’ve ever used the camera on the original G Flex you should be happy.

Overall – LG has made some improvements where they were needed with the G Flex in about everywhere they could – but one. The “flex” of this phone is about the same as the previous. It’s a cool technology but to make it afforable on a handset for the masses, even a high-end one, we seem like maybe we’re missing out on some of the inovation for this techology. It’s a start, I guess. And flex-screen aside – it’s a huge step in the right direction for the LG G Flex 2.

There is no word yet on a release date or price for this device but AT&T has pledged to carry it (like they did the the original G Flex).

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