The LG G Flex has a unique feature which is apart from its curved display, will feature a back panel that apparently has the ability to heal itself. While we did not get to try this out for ourselves during our hands-on preview of the device, LG did release a video shortly after demonstrating its healing process. Of course all of this was done in a controlled environment and if you were wondering how the LG G Flex’s self-healing powers hold up in real life, the video above is definitely one you will want to watch, especially if you like the idea of seeing the LG G Flex get knifed and heal itself up in a matter of minutes.
Once again we doubt you will be knifing your LG G Flex anytime soon, but it’s good to know that the device will be able to withstand damages from tools as sharp as a knife, so we can only imagine that resting it on a table or have it scratch inside your bag or pocket with coins or keys should be a non-issue. The video also shares how the healing process can actually be accelerated if you were to heat up the phone, such as rubbing it, or by playing games or movies on it. So what do you guys think? Does this make it a compelling reason to get the device upon its release on AT&T and T-Mobile’s network?
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