By Taylor Martin | December 17, 2013 9:07 AM
LG’s G Flex broke the bounds of normality in search of a form factor and device which is more resilient, ergonomic, and beneficial to the user. The G Flex is a compelling product and a step in the right direction which, hopefully, will encourage other manufacturers to solve real problems.
Samsung also attempted to solve long-standing problems with its Galaxy S 4 through software innovations, and it has since become one of Samsung’s most successful and popular phones ever made.
The question remains: is LG’s first attempt at reshaping the modern smartphone worth a look? Or should you be a more responsible, less daring mobile consumer and stick to the proven, reliable Galaxy S 4? In this G Flex vs Galaxy S 4 comparison, we attempt to answer that oddly popular question. Check the below video out, and tell us in the comments whether you think the G Flex or Galaxy S 4 is the better buy!