Aesthetically, the LG G Flex 2 may be quite similar to its predecessor (the original G Flex), but on paper, it’s difficult for two phones to be more different. It’s amazing just how much LG has advanced its technology in a bit over one short year, and it’s equally amazing that the original G Flex manages to beat out the sequel in a few areas as well. Find out about it all in our LG G Flex 2 vs LG G Flex specs comparison chart.
There’s only one real win for the first G Flex – the clock speed dip doesn’t really matter, as the core changes make that an issue of apples and oranges – and that one is the battery. The only reasoning that would make sense for this is to slim down the profile. The G Flex 2 has a vastly smaller footprint than the original, and that’s probably why a larger battery wasn’t able to be fit.
In any case, it looks like the G Flex 2 packs hardware upgrades in all the right places, and on paper, it looks like a great phone to kick off 2015 with.
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