One of the most pointless phones of last year, for our money, was the Samsung Galaxy Round, an utterly bizarre device that was curved around the vertical axis. What the...?
Slightly less pointless was the LG G Flex, which was at least sensibly curved around the horizontal, though the specs left a lot to be desired - particularly as pertains to the display.
Enter: the LG G Flex 2.
Gizbot cites a source from LG India when it exclusively reveals a couple of tidbits about LG G Flex 2 specs.
For starters, the LG G Flex 2 will have a smaller display, which specifically means it’ll be smaller than the original’s 6in panel.
Better still, the smaller display will play host to a higher resolution than the 720p setup on the 2013 LG G Flex. The term “Better than Full HD” has apparently been used, and it’s worth noting that LG fired out one of the world’s first QHD (2560 x 1440) phones in the G3.
In any case, you’re looking at a significantly higher PPI (pixels per inch) rating as a result. Last year’s LG G Flex scored a thoroughly underwhelming 245PPI, while LG's own G2 came in at 424PPI.
There’s no mention of further LG G Flex 2 specs for now, though considering the 2013 model debuted in October, it mightn’t be too long before we find out more in an official capacity. Over to you, LG.