With a premium aesthetic that looks incredibly lure, the LG G Flex 2 comes in flamenco red and platinum silver. If you compare this set to its predecessor, LG G Flex2 is 15 % lighter, smaller and thinner. It measures 3 inches wide and 5.9 inches tall. This phone 152 grams (5.4 ounces) and has a profile of 149 by 75 by 7.1 to 9.4mm (0.3 – 0.4 inches) at the thickest.
Due to its reworked size, now this phone is easier to maneuver and much more manageable in your hand. Although, it still won’t be an easy fit in your jean pockets, however, when compared to the unwieldy G Flex, the G Flex2 is easier to hold horizontally while watching videos and vertically during calls. In case you sit on the device accidently, so now you do not have to worry, as it is durable enough to flex back straight. The battery door of this phone is layered using slick protective coating.
It has been reported by LG that because of an in-house chemical treatment, the Gorilla Glass touchscreen of the device has been made 20 percent stronger. Moreover, the biggest improvement in Flex2 is in its resolution. The first generation of this device had only a 720p resolution, however, now it has been bumped up to 1080p. Not only this, but the size of the screen has decreased (instead of 6 inches, now it measures 5.5 inches, therefore it has a greater pixel density of 403ppi. This has resulted in a noticeably sharper display. Text, videos and images are rich and bright in detail. You can easily view the screen in sunlight with the brightness turned all the way up. Although the distinctive 23-degree arc of the LG G Flex2 does not appear as prominent as it is in the previous version of G Flex, however, still the curve does well in lending a more immersive viewing experience.
This handset ships with Android 5.0 Lollipop, the latest mobile OS from Google and with software goodies such as notifications on the lock screen. In addition, there is a better approach to recent apps, called as Overview that you can access simply by tapping on the square hotkey. Not only it features general Google software, such as Maps, Drive, Hangouts, the Play Store, Gmail and the Chrome browser, but it also has a number of Korean applications that are only exclusive to this variant.