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.
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.
Summary: The pricing of the G Flex makes it certain that few will buy it. Only those who want to be ahead of the curve will be looking to invest £700 in a flexible, curved phone. The phone certainly has wow factor, but it also has "why?" factor, which is less cool.
Conclusion: The LG G Flex's closest rival Samsung's GALAXY Round comes with a horizontally curved screen. It lacks the self-healing tech and flexibility that's there on the G Flex. ore importantly, it's only available in Korea.
Pros: Unique design; Good performance; Excellent battery life.
Cons: Looks odd; Average camera; Unreasonable pricing; Flexible body doesn't improve the handling; Self-healing is questionable.
LG G Flex review: LG’s ‘curveball’ is a unique Android experience at a great cost
10 February 2014
Summary: Living on the cutting edge of technology doesn’t come cheap, especially if that technology is still in its nascent stages. The G Flex will cost you Rs 70,000 a pop and that’s a lot of money for a smartphone. As a ‘phablet’, the G Flex is easily amongst the best there is.
Summary: Imponator-effekten er stor i LGs nye mobil, som har buet panoramaskærm og en bagside, som skal være i stand til at reparere sig selv for ridser. Men er det hele bare overfladisk bling, eller er der substans i den kurvede smartphone?