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LG G Flex 2



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In a nutshell

  • Innovative battery provides outstanding battery life
  • Unique curved screen helps to minimise reflection
  • Self-healing back repairs light scratches

What Carphone Warehouse says

What Carphone Say

“The signature curved screen, fast charging and superb battery life of the LG G Flex 2 makes it truly one-of-a-kind.”

What users say

4.1 based on

  • Battery

    20 hours

  • Camera

    13.0 megapixels

  • Storage

    16 GB

  • Display

    5.5 inches

  • Operating System

    Lollipop (5.0)

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  • Curved HD screen

    The curved LG G Flex 2 fits perfectly in the palm of your hand. And because of its unique shape, the display has had to be made from an innovative plastic material that uses less power and conserves battery.

  • Super-fast charging

    The huge battery has fast-charge technology that can go from flat to 50% power in just 40 minutes. And once fully charged the battery can last up to two days.

  • Self-healing back

    To stop minor cosmetic damage, LG has introduced ingenious self-healing technology onto the back of the phone. This will stop scratches from keys and loose change, so the phone stays in great condition.

  • Excellent performance

    The LG G Flex 2 has a brand new, amazingly fast octa-core processor – so everything runs smooth even when you have other apps running in the background.

  • Super software

    The advanced Android Lollipop 5.0 software helps to improve performance and battery life. And it gives you access to more than 1.5 million apps and games.

Design and display

Stunning curves

The LG G Flex 2 has no side buttons, a curved shape to make it easy to hold and a self-healing body, so everything has been designed with the smallest of details in mind. The end result is simply stunning.

Evolutionary display

The curved 5.5-inch display is Full HD and designed to create the best viewing angles. The curved display also reduces glare and reflections, offering an immersive viewing experience not found on regular shaped smartphones.   


Advanced camera

For sharper, more stunning photographs, the LG G Flex 2 has OIS+ (Optical Image Stabilisation) built-in to the camera. This is a feature that uses Laser Auto Focus to steady every shot and eliminate blur. There’s also Touch & Shoot, which lets you to tap the screen anywhere to capture beautiful shots in an instant. 

Hand gesture selfies

The LG G Flex 2 is packed with clever technology and Gesture Shot on the front of the phone is another great example. Simply load up the camera, strike your best selfie pose, hold out your palm, close it into a fist, and the camera will automatically start a short countdown before a picture is taken.

Under the hood

Processing power

Whether you love gaming, watching movies, web browsing, or reading eBooks, the LG G Flex 2 has the power to keep you happy. The phone’s processor is incredibly fast and energy efficient, plus there’s plenty of RAM to keep apps running smoothly in the background.

Battery and charging

The LG G Flex 2 charges unbelievably quickly due to its fast-charge technology. When fully charged the battery retains its power brilliantly, meaning it will easily last a full day. 

Self-healing back

The self-healing rear of the phone helps to eliminate scratches from keys, loose change and general wear and tear.

Gesture Shot

Snapping selfies is easy with the G Flex 2 – simply hold up the palm of your hand, close it into a fist, and then wait for the countdown.

Specification Summary

What's in the box

The box contains

  • Transfer cable
  • Headphones
  • Quick Start Guide
  • User manual
  • Device
  • USB cable

Full Specifications

  • Battery

    • 3000 mAh

    • 518 hours

    • 20 hours

  • Music and entertainment

  • Dimensions

    • 149.1 x 75.3 x 9.4 mm

    • 152 grams

  • Apps

    • Google Play

  • Camera

    • 4K Ultra HD megapixels

    • 2.1 megapixels

    • Dual LED

    • 13 megapixels

    • 4K Ultra HD

  • Storage

    • MicroSD

    • 128 GB

  • Display

    • Curved P-OLED capacitive touchscreen

    • Full HD

    • 1080 x 1920 pixels

    • 403 ppi

    • 5.5 inches

  • Processor

    • 2 GHz

    • 2 GB

    • Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 810

    • Octa

  • Operating System

    • Android

    • Lollipop (5.0)

  • Memory cards & USBs

    • MicroSD

  • Connectivity

    • Infrared

  • Calls & Messages

    • Quad band

  • Body

    • Micro

LG G Flex 2 is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 4 out of 5 by TheRealBlurryface from Great phone unfortunately there won't be a 3rd I've had this phone for over a year and is a complete beast when it comes to 3d gaming, it can handle anything you chuck at it smoothly. The screen is very crisp at full brightness however on lower brightness levels a sand like texture is left on the screen (this is due to the flexible material the screen is made of.) however this does not bother me due to how immersive the screen is due to the curve, great colour reproduction and an insane amount of brightness. I now onto the camera department, I'd you are familiar with the lg g3 there is no need in Reading this as it has the same sensor. The pictures taken are crisp and has a great contrast not to mention great looking. Unfortunately this is only for well lit subjects due to the smaller aperture of the phone. In dimmer lights... Just don't even go there as the amount of grain makes you feel like you have just taken a visit to alaska, and most of the detail is lost, for video it's not too bad due to its 4k video recording (which is a standard for Android) and not to mention great slow motion video (if held still enough) , and now we go onto the front facing camera, oh boy where do we start, the built in beauty mode is absolutely laughable (well unless you are some selfie Queen for instagram or snapchat ) in where you use low quality filters like this anyway. It also picks up a lot of noise as soon as it gets the slightest bit dim, so your lighting game with this phone needs to be pretty strong. Now onto the other key details that build up a phone. The build quality of this phone is pretty good (for a plastic phone) and obviously won't scream "premium" like a metal or glass boddied phone. However unlike most other phones, well all other phones, this device is extremely ergonomic and is a dream for social media (well anything that requires scrolling) this is due to the curved screen, as it allows your thumb to move more natural (in a arc) like it's meant to. The curved screen also comes in handy for calls as it curves around your face perfectly during calls to give you the best calling experience on any modern smartphone, this paired with a great mic and loud crisp earpiece makes this the perfect phone for people who are on the phone a lot. The screens curve also helps with fps gaming such as COD zombies as the curve makes turning and shooting a little easier . The curve becomes useful yet again and that's by making this very large device feel quite a bit smaller in hand, this paired with the lightweight build and rear buttons , makes this a surprisingly good one handed phone or even a phone great for extended use. Another great thing about the device is the amount of gestures such as bringing the phone to your ear to answer calls or knock code/ double tap to wake. Not to mention the ability for this phone to use qualcomm quick charge 2.0 is pretty good (for those who sometimes forget to charge thier phone) Although there is a lot of things I like about this phone there is some negatives In which i will point out, firstly the self healing back is more of a gimmick, ok it works but I would have preferred just a standard plastic back, secondly I'm not the biggest fan of onscreen buttons, however within a hour of use (to a new user) it's easy to get used to. And obviously the poor camera when it comes to low light photography. Not to mention the lack of ram (2gb) and internal storage (16gb) , however the device has a micro sd card slot that comes to save the day as it supports any card you can throw at it (up to 2tb) So that's my review on the lg g flex 2 I hope you found it useful and a great help to find your next phone, peace Andrew
Date published: 2016-09-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by MR ☎ from Good phone for price This phone looks different to the others and i like different. The snapdragon processor is fine! ( dont know why it got the bad press it received). I'm normally a samsung person been with them since the first galaxy phone. Had the galaxy 1,2 and 3 then went on to the note 2 and finally had a note 3 before wanting to change. But due to there increasing price tag i can not afford to stay with samsung!. So i shopped about, saw this LG Flex 2, saw it looked different and had a good price tag, so decided to get it. So far so good, a good phone does what i need it to do. So if you're looking for a good reliable phone that does the job with a great price tag i recommend this LG G FLEX 2
Date published: 2016-04-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by ledders from new GFlex floating my style Beautifully crafted mobile. Sleak design which sits comfortably in my hand. Screen qualities and graphics are beautiful and the curve makes browsing and flicking that extra bit special. Dual screen functions are excellent and theres nothing here other Android devices dont offer as this phone can compete. Not only is it rare and different it gets plenty of comments. Dont follow the crowd with common phones everyone else has buy this and be different
Date published: 2016-01-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by Tony from A nice change I have had the lg gflex 2 for 2weeks now. Its a nice change from the Samsung range. Most of the features are the same as the galaxy phones. Its a nice size and nice to handle. It does however start to run slow from time to time but nothing really irritating. Overall its a nice priced smart phone that i enjoy using for work and pleasure.
Date published: 2015-12-21