G Flex

LG G Flex 2 Rumored to Launch January 2015 at CES Las Vegas

According to new information by anonymous sources close to Android Authority, LG is planning to release the second generation of the curved G flex phablet at CES this January. When the first generation G flex was released in October 2013 it was met with mixed reviews by critics, who characterized the device as a proof-of-concept R&D prototype due to its high price tag and mid range specs. There was also that really bizarre commercial with the mouth-hand make out session, in case you forgot. Despite all of the negative feedback it looks like LG will be pressing ahead with the G Flex brand as Android Authority reports the second generation curved G Flex is expected to be released at CES Las Vegas in January 2015. Information on hardware specs is still under wraps, but unnamed insiders claim we can expect a “major upgrade” over the first generation G Flex with a high-resolution OLED screen in a smaller form factor. Reports … Continue reading LG G Flex 2 Rumored to Launch January 2015 at CES Las Vegas

LG to Bring “Knock Code” Feature to the G Flex Phablet

Owners of the LG G Flex in “select countries” will soon be able to unlock their device using LG’s newest Knock Code technology, the company announced on Tuesday. LG first introduced the Knock Code feature when it took the wraps off its G Pro 2 flagship last month, which lets users activate the display by tapping one of up to over 80,000 programmable combinations. The feature has since been making its appearance on just about every smartphone released by the company so far this year, including the F series and L series. Now LG has announced that the Knock Code feature will be made available on earlier devices via an OTA firmware update starting in April. It will be provided for devices sold in South Korea only, with the company having no imminent plans to expand it to other markets. Those who have the LG G2 and G Flex will be the first to get the update. The Knock Code … Continue reading LG to Bring “Knock Code” Feature to the G Flex Phablet