When LG first announced the G Flex way back in 2013, the buzz was all around one thing: the curved display. Now that the curve isn’t as novel as it once was, the G Flex 2 is going to need more than just that to catch our attention. Fortunately, we found plenty to pique our interest in our LG G Flex 2 hands-on (as detailed in the below first impressions video).

Everything about the G Flex 2 screams refinement, both when compared to the G3 and original G Flex (which we’ve compared the G Flex 2 with as well). The curve has been made more ergonomic, and LG has supposedly fixed those nasty display issues we saw in the original G Flex. There’s also a crazy amount of power under the hood; a 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor coupled with 3GB of RAM and microSD expansion up to the new maximum of 2TB.

We put all of that – as well as other things, such as the new and improved self-healing coating – to the test in our LG G Flex 2 hands-on video, so give it a peek and then share your thoughts in the comments below.

Looking for more on the G Flex 2? We’ve got you covered with additional coverage – including videos and spec comparisons – right here.

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