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LG's latest flagship phone is red-hot—and not quite in the good way

LG G Flex 2

from Reviewed (5 days ago)

You've gotta hand it to LG—it's not afraid to take a risk, and the G Flex line of smartphones embodies that willingness to throw caution to the wind. The G Flex 2 is definitely an improvement over its predecessor, and it's encouraging to see the return of exotic features like the slightly bend... More

  8.3/10

It's an interesting device, an improvement over the original, and certainly a talking point

LG G Flex 2

from Pocket-lint (5 days ago)

Overall the LG G Flex 2 has plenty to offer, and not just because it's curved. There's lots of power and it performs well, even if we couldn't detect a huge real-world increase in performance over the last generation of Snapdragon hardware. There are some software quirks we don't like and it feels... More

  8/10

A highly desirable device, both aesthetically and practically

LG G Flex 2

from The Telegraph (5 days ago)

In all, this is a highly desirable device, both aesthetically and practically. Apart from a few quibbles with the overheating and the shiny back, it's hard to fault. Its success, however, will depend on people's willingness to embrace the curved screen. After Mobile World Congress next week, LG may... More

  9/10

Great design and looks elevate this curved phone

LG G Flex 2

from Android Authority (9 days ago)

The updates to this phone’s design and faster camera experience are nice, but the day to day usage of this phone is too uneven to call it a true winner. While more localized versions of the phone will probably fare better, the G UI is a bit too cluttered for its own good, and doesn’t rea... More

  8/10

A mid-range smartphone derived from the G3

LG G3 Beat

from Digital Versus (13 days ago)

While the LG G2 Mini was clearly a rival to the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini and HTC One Mini, the G3 S is coming at things a little differently. It's avoiding direct competition with these phones' successors, the Galaxy S5 Mini and One Mini 2, by being a little larger, and therefore not appealing as much... More

  8/10

Tomorrow’s tech, yesterday’s problems

LG G Flex 2

from Pocketnow (13 days ago)

In case it’s not obvious by this point, I’m not one of those people. While some phones are worth swallowing high import prices in order to snag them before their stateside launch, the G Flex 2 isn’t (yet) one of them. That’s not because it’s is a bad device. For one th... More

  7.5/10

LG revisits the curve, and steps it up with high-caliber hardware

LG G Flex 2

from Cnet (14 days ago)

The LG G Flex 2 has what it takes to compete in this year's smartphone arms race. Other than the Korean-exclusive Galaxy Note 4, the device is the only other handset to feature the lightning fast quad-core Snapdragon 810 processor; it has the latest Android 5.0 software; and it sports a durable, fle... More

  8.3/10

This curved Android phone flexes with more muscle

LG G Flex 2

from TechRadar (14 days ago)

In a year-and-a-half since the LG G Flex first launched, things have changed. Apple's BendGate controversy became worldwide news, and now everyone's mom and dad on their family plan has begun to worry about their phones breaking in their back pocket. That's still not reason enough to spring for a cu... More

  8/10

More practical, less interesting

LG G Flex 2

from Android Police (14 days ago)

The G Flex 2 is a difficult phone to corner - it's not clear exactly why it exists other than to act as a tech demo for LG's P-OLED flexible display. From a marketing perspective, this is essentially LG's distraction from the Galaxy S6 and One M9 until the G4 comes out later this year. Given the Fle... More

This is what the original should have been

LG G Flex 2

from Engadget (14 days ago)

With the original G Flex, LG had some great ambitions that were ultimately hampered by reality -- the reality of complexity, of production, of price. Want to see a phone that was just a little too ahead of its time? Look no further than the G Flex2. It's honestly a little surprising how much differe... More

Its awesome mobile i have ever seen .........................

LG Nexus 4

(9 days ago)

  10/10

Pack of trouble

LG F4N

(26 days ago)

I bought that phone 2 days ago, I had trouble whit the key pad, the technical service was not able to fix it, I will return it where I bought it, for a refund. Camille Noel

  1/10

SORRY CAMERA!

LG Transpyre

(about 1 month ago)

I am stuck with this phone! It is great if you don't need a camera!!! I wasted 100. + bucks. A good quality picture is so important to me. This camera sucks!

  1/10

Started fast, now sluggish

LG Optimus Showtime

(about 1 month ago)

The phone was $200 when I bought it and I felt I had a good deal. At this point it is running very, very slow. It takes a minute or more to pull up the phone, messaging or any other app. This makes using it for GPS difficult and terrible if you need to call someone in a hurry. I have already r... More

  5/10

It is a nice phone

LG F60

(about 1 month ago)

  9/10

I don't love it

LG L50

(2 months ago)

the phone is always running out of internal memory even when there are no aps on phone this phone is pretty useless not been able to access emails automatically through shortcut for over a month I have only used phone for about three months I have even deleted my films off the phones memory card sti... More

  1/10

Do not buy this phone

LG Optimus Select

(2 months ago)

phone will not hold a charge, loses service constantly. carried it back once and they gave me a new phone, still no better. took it back a week later to trade in for a different phone (33 days after buying it origanally) and they said they would give me 40.00 for it. this phone sucks. will never pur... More

  1/10

Like phone. Heavy. Didn't need the slide keyboard

LG Exalt

(3 months ago)

My first smartphone. Heavy. Awkward to use keyboard. Better to use touch screen. Got phone on accident. Ordered extrovert and got exalt.

  3/10

Don't even waste your money!

LG Optimus Select

(3 months ago)

This phone was awesome at first, don't get me wrong. I've had two, the first one broke because it was thrown and the screen cracked internally. The second one was dropped on the tile and the screen shattered. It is the slowest phone I've ever owned. I am constantly buying chargers because the connec... More

  1/10

Wouldnt recommend because

LG Optimus L5 II

(3 months ago)

The screen is extremely difficult to read on sunny days. Also I have owned mine approximately a year and its no longer working. I called into my service provider and they said that its sending out error messages 5-6 times an hour. Which explains why I frequently dont receive the messages people send... More

  3/10

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About LG

Few cell phone manufacturers have received as much attention as LG over the past several years, mainly because they keep coming out with great devices. LG is responsible in large part for turning cell phones into show phones, with sexy form factors, brushed metal fascias and functionality to back up the good looks.

LG is an enormous multinational corporation with 75 subsidiaries throughout the world, but their cell phone division has truly been one of their showpieces. You may be familiar with the “Shine Line” of phones that include a number of shiny flips and sliders that have racked up huge sales for carriers.

By 2005 LG was a Top 100 global brand. In addition to great cell phones, LG is the largest manufacturer of liquid crystal displays.

The company got its start in 1958 under the name GoldStar, making radios, TVs, refrigerators, washing machines and air conditioners.

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