'The G Flex 2 is a refreshing approach to smartphone design, but it doesn't mask a phone that's behind the smartphone curve.'
'LG made sure the G Flex2 is the sort of phone that turns heads, but the company also seemed content to play it safe with the software.'
'One thing is clear though: it's distinct, it's unique, it's something a little different - so why not go for a curved model'.'
'Images, videos and text are bright and rich in detail.'
'The G3's flagship feature is its 5.5-inch, 2,560-by-1,440 screen—the highest resolution you'll see anywhere. '
'The slim screen bezels and tapered edge design also help the LG G3 feel reasonably trim when held. '
'Battery life shorter than competitors'.'
'excellent 13-megapixel camera'
'Great battery life.'
'Long battery life.'
'The screen is also unfortunately dim and dull.'
'Expansive curved display.'
'It is unable to properly display block colours, and is riddled with what looks like moire noise throughout the entire display.'
'A big screen is great if you want to watch a lot of video content and similar but in everyday use the G Flex is cumbersome and unwieldy.'
'Sharp and crisp display'
'Very light and compact for the screen size'
'Actually feels like a phone, not a mini-tablet'
'Very fast, Customizable button'
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