Mine LG G flex goes off anytime i watch vedio on facebook.whats the prblem?
- 30 Oct 2016
i feel like god and its realy so good
- 11 Jun 2016
When this phone came out on market i was very happy to see iand i was the second to use this piece when im on a call people used to stares on me,Thanks to LG,and i have been buying and selling these pieces,but the las one i purchase it has a problem with google play store,its not working how do i repair it,?i'm dreaming of one day to have a TV on this shape.my regards
- 17 Aug 2015
Quality for media and games is best on the market even over a year on screen looks 3d at times....low quality my arse 😀
- 16 Mar 2015
Infact i dont even no what to say about the LG G flex phone. Truely speaking,it is very very portable and nice phone to be used as a Gentleman/Lady.
As am talking i had one now and i like it.
My advice to Brothers and Sisters is to tell them to get quality phone like LG G flex phone. It is flexible as the name emprise(Flex).
Thanks to LG company.
- 04 Mar 2015
- 26 Nov 2014
I love it, this is my phone for office! With all specification!
- 11 Sep 2014
LG G Flex does have an FM tuner, at least in the Sprint version. It is supported via/ the next radio app according to the Sprint site. I have tested it in mine and it does in fact have one.
- 09 Jun 2014
- 09 Mar 2014
This may not be perfect but it's certainly better than the average dull Note 3.
- 07 Mar 2014
Best design, excellent display.. And Best battery stand by OTHERS Brand no see important batery en business.
- 26 Feb 2014
Lg g flex is very super mobile phone pls dont compare
Any other phone
- 17 Feb 2014
- 16 Feb 2014
It is still not an iPhone, it is stupid to bend the phone why why why. And why make Them bygger and bigger, a cell phone should fit a pocket. Android go home.
- 15 Feb 2014
- 28 Jan 2014
- 28 Jan 2014
I'm lucky-I've got a note 3 and lg flex to try out. The note has better colours and sharper resolution. It also had a stylus (though even after a few weeks I don't use it much- I would use it on a larger device). The flex has a much much better feel in the hand, is more immersive for games etc and it's much nicer to write on (using Swype). It's a hard choice. The note 3 has a dull design in comparison to the flex which fits nicely into my hand, the back button and other features making it easier to hold, and less cumbersome for one handed use. Battery life is a but better on the flex. I prefer the note's camera.either phone a great choice.
- 27 Jan 2014
- tech savvy
Anonymous, 27 Dec 2013The battery life! Omg, the battery life!What about the battery life? Does it last l0ng?
- 17 Jan 2014
harlekkin, 16 Dec 2013Yet again, LG & Samsung are caught doing things purely ... moreAll the techno companies have spent years trying to perfect a "flat" screen…now they are trying to tell us that that is now a suitable user experience? Com'on, they are just doing this to gain some ground on other makers….where it's Apps, Photographic excellence of camera design, or where else they throw at a phone from now on It's just marketing for Market share…Pure and simple. Anyone who thinks this is not so must also think they live in a democracy…Ha. Like that ever happens anymore !
- 17 Jan 2014
I'm looking to upgrade to a large phone soon;
Sony Z Ultra- no flash? What a terrible camera. Won't buy!!!
Samsung Note 3- still considering, has everything.
Nokia 1520- hmmmm good phone but not T-Mobile friendly.
LG G Flex- what's up no SD card? Why?? Out of the race!!!
- 03 Jan 2014