LG Makes the G Flex 2 Official

LG finally made the G Flex 2 this morning, hours after the official press release, images of the devices, and specs had already leaked. In other words, there isn’t much of a mystery here.

It does indeed sport a 5.5-inch curved FHD P-OLED display, Snapdragon 810 processor (64-bit), 2GB RAM, 13MP camera with Laser Auto Focus and OIS+, self-healing back, and Android 5.0 “Lollipop.”  (more…)

Rumor: LG G Flex 2 to Arrive at CES With 64-Bit Snapdragon 810

The sequel to LG’s G Flex is rumored to be announced at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) next week. Dubbed the G Flex 2, a report out of Korea claims that this phone will be the world’s first to run Qualcomm’s new 64-bit Snapdragon 810 processor and support Tri-Band LTE-A Carrier Aggregation. If all that sounds familiar, that is because a new variant of the Galaxy Note 4 that was announced for Korea is being upgraded with the same 810 chipset, though this report seems to suggest that Samsung may be using a custom 810 that is only 32-bit. The translation game is tough.  (more…)

Sprint LG G Flex Receiving Update, Brings Voice Over WiFi Capability and Bug Fixes

An update is headed to the G Flex from LG on Sprint’s network, bringing a big feature for non-fans of wireless plans with minutes. G Flex owners will be able to place Voice over WiFi (VoWiFi) calls, which is essentially just VoIP, but with a WiFi connection and not wireless data.

In addition, the update includes a new HD Voice icon, a Google SMS and Security patch, plus an “Update email Signature” feature. No exact clue to what that means, but it’s probably for the pre-installed email client.

Take a peek at the changelog from Sprint below.  (more…)

T-Mobile on a Roll, Updating Galaxy Note 3 and G Flex for All VoLTE Markets, Galaxy S5 as Well

If you thought that T-Mobile was done making moves after its event last night, you would be wrong. T-Mobile is looking to continue to impress people with the roll-out of their VoLTE service to more markets around the country, assuming those people have devices that are ready to take advantage of it. Starting today, updates are coming to devices like the G Flex, Note 3, and Galaxy S5 with support for all of the new markets.  (more…)