Mumbai: LG Electronics announced the availability of its premium flagship smartphone, LG G Flex2 in India, powered by the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 810 processor with X10 LTE, at a celebrity studded event in Mumbai.
Bollywood superstars Anil Kapoor and Nargis Fakhri showcased their directorial debut through 4K Ultra HD videos and still shots on the G Flex2. The two came together for the first time to showcase their directorial short films, shot on this revolutionary smartphone that boasts state of art curve design, 4K Ultra HD camera and a brilliant immersive screen. The G Flex 2 is the latest addition to LG’s G Flex line of smartphones and has been improved with an advanced four side curved design and a slimmed down, higher resolution display to support better ergonomics.
Deepak Jasrotia, Business Head, LG Mobiles India said, “LG G Flex2 is as beautiful to hold as it is to behold and it represents the perfect combination of beauty and brains. The G Flex2 is a beautiful, high performance and a highly desirable smartphone that offers users both comfort and style.”
The iconic curved design of the G Flex 2 follows the contour of your face, while also providing a reassuring ergonomic grip, which makes it easy to hold and operate. While the 5.5-inch Full HD P-OLED curved display of the G Flex 2 provides stunning colour and smooth crisp video.
The G Flex 2 comes with an advanced design, faster performance and more importantly greater convenience. The LG G Flex2 comes with 64-bit octa-core CPUs and integrated X10 LTE for a fast and smooth performance. The Snapdragon 810 processor also features integrated 3x20MHz Carrier Aggregation support for fast, efficient connectivity. Its 5.5-inch display gets a bump up to Full HD, while the updated software offers even more convenience through all-new features such as Gesture View and Glance View
Another innovative technology only available in LG smartphones is the amazingly fast Laser Auto Focus camera, first introduced in the popular LG G3. This technology enables the G Flex2 to capture the best moment – even in low light – by measuring the distance between the subject and the camera using a laser beam.
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