It is not aimed for anyone in reality.
Ugly with a microwave inside ( Snapdragon 810) and no ground breaking specs.
They will sell around 50 units..lol
Random statement from lg!! I'm 29 (just) I have the lg g flex 2 and would say it is much better than My old Samsung s5. After seeing the s6 and the s6 edge in London last week I still prefer the g flex. Feels better in the hand. Nicer more user friendly interface. Battery is good. Watching movies on the curved screen is great and the picture quality is amazing!!
Both my grandma and mother always wanted to fly on Concorde and would rush outside to see it fly over London when it was still flying. Never underestimate the desire for the more mature to desire what is cool.
Way to insult your potential customers LG, in particular those above or below your suggested age threshold. This is what is known in the UK as a 'Ratners' moment.
AnonD-375420, 21 Mar 2015So a bending displayed for a 40years old??
maybe for kids who likes extreme gadgets between ... moreHonestly, this seems like a testbed for a real flagship with curved screens.
Look at the Note Edge and the S6 Edge. LG is seeing how much buzz the S6 Edge is doing and they want in. Rumors say that the G4 will have a slight banana shape like the G Flex 2.
So a bending displayed for a 40years old??
maybe for kids who likes extreme gadgets between 15-30 years maybe
So business users won't have time play heavy games and turn flex2 into a toaster ?? Nice move LG. If you don't know how to dance..then don't say floor is inclined. Haha..lol
Just because LG has touted it as being aimed at 30-45 yr old, doesn't mean other age groups should not buy. Don't know what the other comments are about.
How come is it aimed at business users from 30 to 45?
For a handset which is not really popular atm and costly, aiming it in any way to a specific target and in this case, a really small target, will reduce the chances of the handset to be popular or even to make profits from it. Am i thinking wrong?