It looks like the LG G Flex is more than just a curved phone, it actually flexes. According to a 14-seconds video shot by sources of Engadget, the arc from top to bottom on the G Flex can actually be flattened out if you apply a reasonable amount of force on it while it’s laying on its face on a flat surface, though of course, it’s not something you would want to do on a regular basis, hit the source link to see the video.
The LG G Flex was announced last month for the company’s home country. It has a 6” curved display and is powered by a 2.26GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor with 2GB of RAM on board. Other specs include 13MP camera, 3,500mAh battery and a “self-repairing” back that can fix minor scratches automatically.
At launch, LG said that the G Flex will only be launched in Korea with the country’s three major carriers but it looks like it might be launched internationally as well. According to a LG spokesperson, the global announcement for the G Flex is “in the works”, so fingers crossed that it will at least make it to countries nearby, if not in Malaysia.