LG G Flex 2 and Vu 4 coming in 2014

As LG held its global launch event in San Francisco, New York, London, Seoul, Singapore, and Istanbul for its new flagship, the G3, those in attendance at the Seoul event were treated to a separate press conference that revealed details about the upcoming release of the G Flex 2 and Vu 4.

Both of these handsets are unique, in that they don’t conform to the standard design language shared by most handsets. Following in the footsteps of the original G Flex, the G Flex 2 will remain true to its name and maintain its unique curved body. Assuming that LG continues to utilize the same kind of design language for the Vu 4, it will be a phablet device with a 4:3 screen ratio.

As reviewed earlier this week, the original G Flex suffered from a lack of depth, instead relying on its gimmick of a curved display. Although underutilized in the G Flex, the second iteration in the Flex series could make good use out of its unique curved aspect.

Both the LG G Flex 2 and Vu 4 will be released sometime in later part of 2014. Pricing and availability were not released.

Source: GforGaming via IT Today

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Nobody answered my previous comment, I'm still wondering if gsmarena's very poor review of the G Flex screen was of an early model and that was later fixed, or whether the G Flex review misses out a major issue with the handset.

But hopefully the G Flex 2 improves on that screen!

personally, I think the G Flex looks hazy. It's obvious that the 6" display size is too much for the resolution. Even more so when you use a 1080p device and compare it to the G Flex