We’ve spent a lot of time talking about the G Flex 2 lately, praising it for its design, comfortability, and camera. We’ve discussed it on the last few episodes of the Pocketnow Weekly, and even the intermittent lag, one of our only complaints about the device, seems to have been fixed in the US version we tested. But while we love the curvy screen and the flashy crimson red casing, there’s one part of the phone that we’ve practically left out of the conversation: its self-healing back.

Our own Michael Fisher already tested the durability of the self-healing coating on the original G Flex last year, but since this year LG’s boasting 10-second recovery times for minor scratches, we couldn’t resist having another go, with our LG G Flex 2 self-healing real life torture test.

Of course, LG provides this coating with average usage in mind, and we tried to keep this in mind with our testing; from sharing space with keys and coins  to landing on asphalt, find out how the G Flex 2 fairs in our endurance test video below!

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