AT&T LG G Flex review: Interesting display tech and excellent battery life

AT&T LG G Flex review: Interesting display tech and excellent battery life

Summary: LG launched their curved display phablet, but the premium price isn't justifiable given the low display resolution, mediocre camera performance, and odd button placement.

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  • Typical LG G Flex home screen

  • Preloaded AT&T bloatware

  • Lots of settings are available

Topics: Mobility, Android, Reviews, Smartphones, AT&T

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  • The iPhone a bigger con.

    With that 720p a negative it looks like you let the cat out the bag with regards to the iPhone.
    albionstreet
  • The iPhone a bigger con.

    With that 720p a negative it looks like you let the cat out the bag with regards to the iPhone.
    albionstreet
  • Still a lot of weak mobile devices

    Despite anti- BlackBerry sentiment, a lot of device manufacturers (LG, Moto, Nokia) are making low quality, finnicky, or just plain poor selling devices. Samsung continues to do Android best and Apple remains a decent, though pricey and not overly durable go to. I still prefer my new BlackBerry 10 best. It does all the "boring" things well, from slick email and messaging, good battery life and being fine after a few drops on the floor. There are a lot of bad phones out there. BlackBerry isn't one. Even if less "aps" than iPhone, I have yet to find one I want/use that isn't on BlackBerry
    HenselM