The first set of images of upcoming LG’s flexible display smartphone, called LG G Flex have been leaked in the wild. The popular technological blog CNET has issued the purported images of this flexible smartphone, which show the similar design that we’ve seen in sketches, which were revealed by the CNET itself, few days ago.
If you take a close look at the renders, then you’ll find that there are no any buttons on either sides and there is a slight hump on the back, which clearly indicates that the power button as well as volume button will be present at the rear panel.
The images also suggest that the display of LG G Flex will be vertically curved, and not horizontally like Samsung Galaxy Round which has announced just 3-4 days back.
While it’s now almost certain that the LG G Flex will be launched next month, we’re not pretty sure about the specifications at this point, but if the rumours are to be believed, it will pack 6-inch FHD display, quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor and LTE-Advance support.
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