May 28 2014, 12:18pm CDT | by Ahmed Humayun
LG G3 was finally announced at the big event yesterday, hosted by LG of course. The latest flagship of the company features a 5.5" QHD and has a powerful setup indeed; strong enough to carry out its duties as the flagship smartphone. But this was not the only event LG was hosting yesterday. Many people had been anxiously waiting of the LG G3 and hence all eyes were fixated at the London event and nobody noticed that LG hosted another one in Seoul.
There was of course mention of the G3 in this other event but in addition to that, LG also revealed some of the company’s plans for the future smartphones. The company is working on G Flex 2 and Vu 4 and these two new devices will be launching during the second half of 2014.
Thanks to the infamous evleaks, we have already got some information on the G Flex 2 and according to the clever leakster, this phone is going to bring a lot of innovation and it would take things a notch further; even better than the curved display and the self-healing coating in Q1, 2015 but the date has been off the mark. Even if South Korea is going to the phone in the holiday season, chances are that the rest of the world is going to get it in the beginning of the 2015.
Ahmed Humayun is a technology journalist bringing you the hottest tech stories of the day.
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