LG is reportedly working on the successor of their curved smartphone, the LG G Flex 2. Several reports hinted at the launch of the handset next week at CES 2015 in Las Vegas.
A new report from a Korean publication Naver revealed some additional details about the alleged LG G Flex 2, alongside its launch at the big event next week.
The alleged device is expected to feature a quad-core 64-bit Snapdragon 810 processor with LTE-A connectivity on board. The report doesn’t reveal any extra details about the alleged device, but previous rumors suggest it’s going to be a little similar in size as the current LG G Flex.
Not too long ago, Qualcomm also teased a device which looked more like a smartphone from LG, thanks to the traditional LG design with volume rockers and power buttons on the back, possibly the LG G Flex 2. But they mentioned it will ship with Snapdragon 800 so there could be other handsets in the pipeline of the Korean manufacturer, but you never know.
Let’s just take this rumor with a grain of salt as there’s a possibility we may get more surprises from the Korean OEM. We’ll make sure you get all the news from the big event.
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