LG and Samsung have always been engaged in a neck to neck competition to outdo one another. That is why LG’s G Flex curved display smartphone is likely to come out this November.
In a bid to outperform its rival, Samsung, LG has plans to reveal a six-inch concave screen G Flex phone. The flexible display is OLED technology at its best. The strange thing is that the curvy features are enabled via traditional technology. Samsung meanwhile has its share of products featuring this technology. The Nexus S and Galaxy Nexus come to mind.
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Samsung’s next big thing is due out in October. It will have the curved OLED technology as a fundamental part and parcel of its makeup. Both LG and Samsung have invested extensively in OLED devices. First this technology got utilized in television sets. And naturally mobile phones are the next step.
Flexible technology has been one of the recent additions in the digital revolution’s repertoire. The frame of this device that LG will unveil In November is made of plastic. And it is so malleable and ductile that you can apply a hammer to it without any adverse consequences.
Both inexpensive and featherweight, the gadget is definitely user friendly. So for now at least the two competing devices due in the market are Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 and LG’s G Flex. Right now it seems they are engaged in a teaser campaign of sorts that is meant to catch the world’s attention.