By Michael Fisher | December 12, 2013 11:20 AM
Pitting smartphones against the Galaxy Note 3 usually goes something like this: “well, x phone is nice, but it doesn’t have the utility, multitasking, S Pen, or horsepower of the Note 3. So there.” Thanks to its substantial feature load, Samsung’s juggernaut has remained the essential master of the phablet space ever since its launch, leaving many would-be competitors in the dust when they show up with a big screen and not much else.
That’s not the case this time around. LG’s G Flex comes equipped not just with a 6-inch display, but with a first-of-its-kind curved chassis coated in an innovative self-healing wrap. It also boasts powerful multitasking capabilities and one of the biggest batteries we’ve ever seen on a smartphone. There may still be no stylus here – but with a feature set like that, does there need to be?
Find out in the latest Pocketnow comparison, LG G Flex vs Galaxy Note 3! Then hop over to our reviews section to see how we score these jumbophones overall, and see how well the LG G Flex’s self-healing coating bears up to abuse in our torture test!