There is a report which was published that depicted how an executive over at LG India mentioned that the yet unreleased LG G Flex 2 is tipped to arrive with a smaller display compared to the 6” glass display which can be found on its predecessor. Apart from that, it will supposedly sport a higher resolution display compared to the 720 x 1280 pixels that currently see action on the original LG G Flex.
The very same LG India executive (who obviously remains anonymous) also mentioned that the new display will feature a resolution count that is higher than Full HD. As for the final resolution count, that remains to be seen unless something more concrete is revealed to the masses. With a smaller screen size and a higher resolution count, that would translate to a higher pixel density which will bode well for any new smartphone that is released these days which want to compete with the best of the rest.
Do expect to see the LG G Flex 2 roll out in its home country, South Korea, first, before it hits the other markets throughout the world such as in the U.S. and India. Pricing details remain to be determined, so stay tuned! What you see above is the LG G Flex for illustration purposes.
- 401 PPI
- f/ Aperture
- No Wireless Charg.
- Snapdragon 810