LG G FLEX 2 Posts on XDA

Bright Flexile Future: How P-OLED and Other Display Technologies Work

In late 2013, LG announced that it had created new "plastic OLED," or "POLED," displays. Since then, details on the performance of the new displays have been rather thin, but LG sings their praise every time they release a new product that includes them (e.g., G Flex, G Flex2, LG Watch R, & LG Watch...

LG Thinks Flexible Displays Are the Future, Do You?

LG enjoyed moderate success with its flexible 6-inch G Flex, enough to invest in this year's successor, the G Flex 2. This confidence has been reflected in the company's insistence that flexible smartphones will make up 40% of the market share in 2018, and now more firmly in its newly announced flexible display factory.Despite the phone itself initially suffering from...

Unfinished Software: A Valid Excuse?

HTC has been the focal point of internet discussions since MWC 2015, for many reasons. After what the internet considered a lackluster flagship reveal presentation of the HTC M9, the Taiwanese company also made comments towards the competition, allegedly claiming Samsung was in the game for the money, and not user experiences. What's more, early...

HD2 Receives Lollipop Port, CES 2015 Recap – XDA TV

The long lasting HTC HD2 has received a Android 5.0 Lollipop port! That and much more news is covered by Jordan when he reviews all the important stories from this week on XDA. Included in this week's news is the article talking about restoring functionality of Unlocked Xperia Devices, as well as XDA TV Producer TK's review of...

LG G Flex 2 Hands On at CES 2015 – XDA TV

At this year's CES 2015, LG announced the highly anticipated LG G Flex 2. We were lucky enough to catch the new device on display, so we took a moment to see what the hype was all about. Does the new G Flex 2 add anything to the curved device market or is it just an...

Curved LG G Flex 2 Leaked, Flexes Snapdragon 810 Processor

Early this morning, LG G Flex 2's had it's press release details and some promotional pictures leaked online. The device was set to be officially announced during this coming CES 2015, starting tomorrow January 6.The new iteration of the curved G Flex line-up sports the Snapdragon 810, Qualcomm's incursion into flagship-ready 64-bit processing chipsets, featuring...

Snapdragon 810 Powered LG G Flex 2 Launching at CES 2015

The first generation LG G Flex was one of the most interesting devices of 2013. This phablet was one of only a select handful of curved-screened devices, and it featured an innovative “self-healing” rear shell that kept it looking fresh after extended use. LG has released it as one of its most premium handsets. They've also...