While we’re eagerly waiting to see LG’s curved display smartphone at the end of this month, a news has been surfaced via Wall Street journal which claims that the alleged smartphone will be launched somewhere in November.

The report published in WSJ contradicts the earlier report in which the curved display smartphone was said to be dubbed as LG Z. According to the publication, this smartphone will be dubbed as LG G Flex, and will pack 6-inch plastic OLED display.

Alleged sketch of LG G Flex

Alleged sketch of LG G Flex

In addition to WSJ, CNET has also reported the same news, and both the publishers have published alleged sketches of this upcoming smartphone from LG.

Apart from few speculations, both the publishers, however have failed to reveal the internal specifications of the smartphone, but if earlier reports are to be believed, it will feature quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, LTE-A support, full HD display, and other high end specifications.

Source: WSJ| CNET

Story Timeline:

  1. LG to launch curved display smartphone later this month: Report
  2. Samsung’s flexible display smartphone coming next week: Report
  3. Samsung to release smartphones with curved display in October: Report