The LG G Flex was one of the terminals that most impressed us when we saw it for the first time at the end of last year. The truth is that it was a work of art, both in design and hardware, offering a good balance between both characteristics. LG would be preparing the second version that would come, as the latest information indicates, with a somewhat smaller screen but with a panel with many more pixels, significantly increasing its resolution.
According to information in Gizbot, which quotes one of LG’s executives from India, the LG G Flex 2 It would bring with it a smaller screen compared to the first model that integrated a 6-inch panel. For many, this size is perfect for a device of this type, especially since it allows watching movies as if it were an IMAX cinema. However, it is expected that this reduction in size also implies an increase in screen resolution, which in the first generation “only” was 1280 x 720 pixels, that is, 245 ppi, nothing to do with the more than 400 current that we find in the highest ranges.
According to the Hindu LG executive, the panel would have a resolution greater than the FHD, so assuming the manufacturer decides not to incorporate a 1440 x 2560 screen, it could be a 1920 x 1080 pixel display. This, along with a screen size close to 5 inches, it would allow us to enjoy a much higher density of pixels per inch on this LG G Flex 2 to see even better movies, images and much more.
Unfortunately, one of the features that most impresses us about the first model – the ability to self-repair minor scratches on the rear – it does not seem to be assured in this LG G Flex 2, a unique aspect that should remain if they want the terminal to be a success. Everything indicates that the LG G Flex 2 would be launched first in South Korea followed by the United States and India. Of course, nothing is known about the price yet, although it is rumored that the terminal hit the market later this year and not in 2015.
Via Phone Arena