The Korean smartphone company is finally shooting LG G Flex 2 in the European market by the end of March. The “Curved Smartphone”, which was first launched in South Korea late, last month, will be available in the Netherlands market by 31st March. Even though the phone will take time to reach the retailers, it is already available on Amazon Germany for booking. The only other non-native market where the company’s new flagship product is available is Singapore, where G Flex 2 will go up for pre order starting February 28th.
The catchiest thing about G Flex 2 is its curvy design and self healing back which it has inherited from its predecessor. Also it’s the first smartphone to feature Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset, which has been reported to have heating issues by Samsung, but LG has assured that it has no relevant problem with the chip-set and has defined its performance up to their expectations.
Other specs of LG G Flex 2 include a 5.5 inch 1080p AMOLED curved display with a 2.1 MP front camera and 13MP rear one. The European device is supported by 3GB RAM instead of a 2GB RAM provided in its Korean counterpart. Also the phone stores a 3000 mAh powerhouse for better performance and will run on Android 5.0 Lollipop out of the box.
LG G Flex 2 will be available in two models 16GB and 32 GB. The former is priced at a stunning €699 (Original G Flex was priced humongous €850 when launched) and will be available online at €650. No details have been revealed about the price of the 32 GB version though.