With Samsung Galaxy Round already official, it is now the turn of LG’s curved smartphone. While, we wait for LG to announce it, a few renders of this curved Android phone have been posted by tech news site CNET.
These renders follow the same design, which was previously revealed in sketches shared by the same source as well as Wall Street Journal. If you closely look at the renders, there are no buttons on the side and there is a slight hump on the back (clearly visible in the zoomed-in version of the render, check in gallery below), which suggests that the phone will come with power and volume buttons on the back like LG G2.
According to CNET, the LG G Flex will be launched next month but the specifications of the smartphone are still a mystery. We do know that the phone will come with a 6-inch display, probably 1080p.
As you can see in the images, LG G Flex is curved vertically unlike Galaxy Round, which comes with horizontally curved body. Both smartphone feature flexible displays, which permanently stuck in their curved positions, so overall phone is not flexible.