Reviews and Problems with LG G Flex D950 / D955 / D958 / D959 / F340 / LS995
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3 July 2014
Summary: There were two reasons we don't have benchmarks on the G Flex, first - I didn't have Internet access at home to download all of the required benchmarks, and to update them all. Second, I only had a week with the handset.
Summary: El nuevo smartphone de LG es ideal para los usuarios que no sólo buscan tener un terminal que innove en características técnicas, sino también, en presentación y diseño. ¿Esto es positivo? aunque podamos creer que sí, la verdad es que no.
Excerpt: The world’s first curved phone, the LG G Flex, is not great. It’s an average Android phone with a major issue: the display. Also, it’s sluggish in places where it really shouldn’t be. And its one selling point, the curved screen, is average at best.
Excerpt: As the first phone with a curved screen to go on sale in the U.S., the LG G Flex commands attention. It screams, both as an object and as a new kind of device, "Hey, look at me!" Once you do, the implied follow-up is, "Do you like what you see?" Uh, kinda?
Excerpt: We've already got a pretty good idea of what makes the LG G Flex tick: We've got our hands on the device at this year's Consumer Electronics Show and we unboxed it just a couple of days ago. So far it's proven to be an interesting phone thanks to its curved, flexible body.
Excerpt: We've been pulling and prodding the LG G Flex smartphone, the world's first curved mobile phone, and here's our full review of this 6-inch feature-packed phablet. While reviewing LG’s G Flex, the world’s first curved, flexible phablet, my brain decided to continually sing Duran Duran’s ‘Reflex’, but...
Pros: World’s first curved smartphone, Spacious screen for multi-tasking, Fantastic battery life, Feature-packed
Cons: Pricey, Not actually very curved or flexible, Six-inch screen lacks sharpness
Summary: The LG G Flex is a solid entry into an increasingly crowded smartphone space. However, the question remains if a curved display is enough to woo and entice smartphone shoppers. We already have solid entries from LG in the past, in the form of the AT&T LG G Pro and the LG G2, also on AT&T and rival...
Summary: Curved thing. The display of LG's first smartphone with a curved screen is certainly an eye-catcher, but just this key feature turns out to be the problem. The other features are on one level with the high-end competition: A fast Snapdragon 800, 32 GB storage and an Ultra HD camera as well as the...
Pros: Unique design, Fast SoC, Self-healing case, Durable, Excellent battery runtimes, UHD video recording possible, Good camera, Multitasking, Bright and evenly illuminated screen..., The curved shape of the phablet is very appealing. The device is also very sturdy and has a self-healing case.
Cons: ... with picture noise and shadow effects, No Full HD, Meager signal coverage, Storage not expandable, No scratch-proof panel glass, The coverage of HSPA+ and LTE frequencies is pretty meager and we would have expected more from a high-end device.