LG G Flex 2 Review!


When I first heard about the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, I was totally excited and got to see first-hand some of the new performance improvements over at CES 2015.

Well, it’s been 3 months since CES and LG has finally released the LG G Flex 2 in South Korea. Without delay, I had to get one since I love getting high on Android. After using it for almost 2 weeks now, I think I can give you a full review, let’s go do this baby, UGH!

The coolest feature on the LG G Flex 2?

Without a doubt, if you are looking for the curviest smartphone in the world, it’s not the Note Edge nor the upcoming S6 Edge. The LG G Flex 2 comes with a 5.5” inch screen that’s fully curved from top to bottom. For me, it was definitely an eye-opening experience.

Now, the curved screen does help with viewing angles but the real kicker here is that the G Flex 2 is really easy to hold. In fact, the G Flex 2 is the easiest phone to hold for long hours with one hand as it naturally fits your hand.

While most bigger phablets like Note 4 leave you with a gap, thus you hold it the phone on the edges, the G Flex 2 allows more of your fingers to actually hold the phone like your index finger. This results in much firmer grip on your phone and if you tend to drop phones often, this may actually help greatly. This is also great for talking on your phone, the curved screen allows you to hear more easily when talking on the phone. Remember the old telephone? Yeah, it was curved for a reason.

The curved screen also reduces amount of glare on your phone as the curved screen. I noticed the curved screen on the G Flex 2 exaggerates your own shadow, thereby giving you less glare over flat screen devices. This may become very useful if you tend to be under the sunlight often.

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Max Lee

Max Lee is the founder of HighOnAndroid.com. Max makes Android tutorials and review videos for people who want to get high on Android over at his YouTube channel and Korean YouTube channel.