Android Advisor - - An­droid ad­vi­sor -

We love the amount of ex­tra fea­tures LG of­fers with its An­droid over­lay and, al­though they can be a lit­tle hard to find, the tu­to­rial would be far too long if the firm high­lighted them all.

Bat­tery life

A phys­i­cally large smart­phone such as the G Flex gives the man­u­fac­turer the op­por­tu­nity to in­stall a large bat­tery. The G Flex has a 3500mAh ca­pac­ity, which is a fair amount larger than most hand­sets.

The G Flex has a stan­dard bat­tery sav­ing mode and, af­ter 24 hours of reg­u­lar us­age, a lit­tle over 50 per­cent re­mained. This is one ad­van­tage of the low-res­o­lu­tion screen.

Ver­dict

The LG G Flex has some de­cent hard­ware, in­clud­ing a great cam­era, gen­er­ous stor­age and ex­cel­lent soft­ware. But its curved screen is too big and just 720p, of­fer­ing no real ben­e­fits. We'd save some money on this gim­mick and buy a proper phone such as the LG G2.

Its curved screen is too big and just 720p, of­fer­ing no real ben­e­fits. Save some money on this gim­mick and get the G2

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