The LG G Flex’s durable ways aren’t confined to the virtually indestructible display. If you don’t remember, LG also touted the fact that they used a back material that was able to heal itself. This means the phone can look as new in 2 years as it did when you first bought it.
It’s one of the biggest things LG is proud of with the release of the G Flex, so they saw fit to make an entire video to show you just how well it works. You can find that quick video above if you’re interested — it might not persuade you to buy the thing, but it’s something cool to watch nonetheless.
With that, you might be wondering where you’ll be able to find this phone in the United States. New rumors from @evleaks suggest AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile will all be looking to launch the device for your flexible needs. Verizon is notably missing from that list, but Big Red is always hit-or-miss when it comes to non-flagship devices. Things could change, of course, but for now it’s not worth betting on.
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- Check out the LG G Flex forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.
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