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Details emerge on the powerful smartphone LG will reportedly unveil at CES

LG’s next curved flagship Android smartphone is all but confirmed

The Consumer Electronics Show is just days away and we’re starting to get a nice stream of leaks about what devices will get unveiled there. Phone Probe’s sources say that LG is planning to unveil its G Flex 2 smartphone in Las Vegas next week, which will be a sequel to the original G Flex device launched last year.

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The G Flex’s defining feature, of course, is its curved display that makes it a rival to Samsung’s Galaxy Round series. Phone Probe says this year’s G Flex will feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, which means it’s going to be a very powerful device. The Snapdragon 810 includes 64-bit architecture and support for Category 6 LTE, which can deliver data speeds of up to 400Mbps.

Phone Probe also suggests that the display on the device will be between 5 inches and 5.5 inches, which would make it smaller than the massive 6-inch curved display that came with the original G Flex.

While curved smartphones certainly haven’t set the world on fire, the G Flex 2 should be interesting just because it will provide hints of how powerful LG’s upcoming G4 device will be when it launches in 2015. To learn more about the G Flex 2, check out Phone Probe’s report at the source link below.

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