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Just under two years ago at CES 2013, we were treated to a preview of a Samsung device that would feature a sloping AMOLED display. Time passed, devices such as the Galaxy Round and LG G Flex were launched and most of us forgot all about it. But today, the hype is real. Samsung presents to you the Galaxy Note 4 Edge.
In today’s saturated smartphone market, there are few innovations one can make. Perhaps, the last major innovation for smartphones has to be the introduction of the iPhone – a release that shook up the whole face of mobile devices. LG claims that it has got the next revolution right at hand, and they might actually be correct. Please welcome, the LG G Flex.
When the LG G Flex was announced and went on sale in South Korea, sceptics reigned unbounded. First, they argued that a curved phone that was not flexible was useless, and with the G Flex one, it would be problematic while sliding into pockets. More prominently, though, they scorned LG’s bold claim that the G Flex’s rear panel was self-healing.
About a week ago, Samsung launched the world’s first curved smartphone, the Galaxy Round, which is largely based on their Note 3. While the idea was neat, most of the world wondered what practical use it would be having. Samsung … Continue reading LG responds to Galaxy Round with their own curved device