LG G Flex 2 price in Malaysia & Specs for January, 2019

Released in February 2015 in the Malaysia, the LG G Flex 2 is filled with goodies. Known for its undeniable curved body and lightning-fast charging speeds, the LG G Flex 2 stands out as one of LG’s more attractive smartphones in its line-up. Find out more about the LG G Flex 2 in the Philippines here.

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Released in February 2015 in the Malaysia, the LG G Flex 2 is filled with goodies. Known for its undeniable curved body and lightning-fast charging speeds, the LG G Flex 2 stands out as one of LG’s more attractive smartphones in its line-up. Find out more about the LG G Flex 2 in the Philippines here.

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LG G Flex 2 Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
DateJan 2015
Processor frequency2 GHz
Processor familyQualcomm Snapdragon
Processor model810
Processor cores8
64-bit computingYes
Display diagonal14 cm (5.5")
Display resolution1920 x 1080 pixels
Orientation sensorYes
Screen shapeCurved
Display typeP-OLED
Display number of colours16.78 million colours
Touch technologyMulti-touch
Display brightness300 cd/m²
Touchscreen typeCapacitive
Pixel density403 ppi
Ports & interfaces
USB portYes
USB connector typeMicro-USB B
USB version2.0
Headphone connectivity3.5 mm
Weight & dimensions
Weight152 g
Width75.3 mm
Depth9.4 mm
Height149.1 mm
SIM card capabilitySingle SIM
SIM card typeMicroSIM
2G standardsEDGE, GPRS, GSM
4G standardLTE
Wi-Fi standardsIEEE 802.11a,IEEE 802.11ac,IEEE 802.11b,IEEE 802.11g,IEEE 802.11n
Bluetooth version4.1
Bluetooth profilesA2DP, AVRCP, FTP, HFP, HID, HSP, Map, OPP, Pan, PBAP
2G bands (primary SIM)850,900,1800,1900 MHz
3G bands supported850,900,1900,2100 MHz
4G bands supported800,900,1800,2100,2600 MHz
Tethering (modem-mode)Yes
Near Field Communication (NFC)Yes
RAM capacity2 GB
Internal storage capacity16 GB
Compatible memory cardsMicroSD (TransFlash), MicroSDHC, MicroSDXC
Maximum memory card size2000 GB
USB mass storageYes
Position locationYes
Assisted GPS (A-GPS)Yes
GPS (satellite)Yes
Electronic compassYes
Operating system installedAndroid 5.0
Rear camera typeSingle camera
Rear camera flashYes
Auto focusYes
Rear camera resolution (numeric)13 MP
Front camera typeSingle camera
Front camera resolution (numeric)2.1 MP
Zoom capabilityYes
Digital zoom8x
Face detectionYes
ISO sensitivityAuto
White balanceAuto
Video recordingYes
Video recording modes1080p,2160p
Video stabilizerYes
Image stabilizerYes
Flash typeLED
Video capture resolution (max)3840 x 2160 pixels
Battery capacity3000 mAh
Battery technologyLithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Talk time (3G)4 h
Standby time (3G)100 h
Form factorBar
Colour of productPlatinum
Video callYes
Personal info management (PIM)Alarm clock, Calculator, Calendar, Notes
Flight modeYes
PersonalizationIcons, Menu, Shortcuts, Themes, Widgets
Support for contact groupsYes
FM radioYes
Radio Data System (RDS)Yes
Supported video modes1080p,2160p
Audio formats supportedAAC,FLAC,MIDI,MP3,OGG,PCM,WMA
Video formats supported3GP,H.263,H.264,MP4,MPEG4,XVID
Image formats supportedBMP,GIF,JPG,PNG
Voice codecsAMR-NB,AMR-WB
Subscription typeNo subscription

Boost up the LG G Flex 2 with insane charging speeds!

Finishing fast is not always the best thing to happen unless it’s to do with smartphone charging. The LG G Flex 2 dominates when it comes to battery charging speeds. Hitting 60% from a drained battery in 30 minutes, the Quick Charge 2.0 works wonders. This feature alone is capable of being the tipping factor into purchasing the LG G Flex 2, but let’s look at some other irresistible features available.

The Sexiest Smartphone in The Philippines – The LG G Flex 2

Want to stand out in the crowd? The LG G Flex 2 your best answer yet! Imagine a phone with a self-healing back panel coating, a beautifully-designed curved figure and a large display to bring out vivid imagery – that’s what you get with every glance at the LG G Flex 2. Bring your senses to new heights with the 5.5 curved P-OLED capacitive touchscreen with 16 million colours. Going full HD in style, the LG G Flex 2 is also protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3.

A damsel in looks, a beast in performance

LG G Flex 2’s pretty looks hide a primal instinct for performance unlike any other device. Don’t let its looks fool you. Powering its hyper-drive is the Qualcomm MSM8994 Snapdragon 810 chipset along with an Octa-core (4x1.5 GHz Cortex-A53 & 4x2.0 GHz Cortex-A57) CPU and Adreno 430 GPU. The LG G Flex 2 runs Android 5.0 Lollipop OS that is upgradable to 5.1.

Plenty of room

In the storage department, you get plenty of space. 16GB internal storage along with 2GB RAM comes with the lower base model. Upgrade to a bulldozer-of-a-speed with 32GB internal storage with 3GB RAM for more bragging rights. External storage comes in the form microSD card up to 256GB.

Precision in photography

Although the LG G Flex 2 doesn’t need any more credibility to plead its case, we’ll state a few more obvious specs you need to know. The rear camera is a 13MP f/2.4 laser autofocus, dual LED flash shooter. Able to capture brilliant video in full HD at 2160p@30fps and 1080p@60fps, this photographic innovation is more than what we need. The front camera comes in at 2.1MP for all your selfie times.

We can go on and on about the LG G Flex 2, but here’s what you need to know; it’s an awesome smartphone! Get it now by comparing prices on iPrice or check out the product line-up above.

Reviews of LG G Flex 2

Reviewed on 2015-02-22
Lovely curvy ergonomics, Mighty CPU
Not the very best in terms of camera or screen, Plastic back feel, Not the most stylish UI
What was it Einstein said about madness? Something about continually doing the same thing and expecting different results each time? You might think that after the LG G Flex — bendy but also a bit of a flop — LG would be mad to make another phone like that....
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Reviewed on 2015-02-18
Like it or not, curved displays are here to stay. The past two years saw LG and Samsung competing between themselves with curved mobile devices such as the GALAXY Round , the G Flex , the Gear Fit , the GALAXY Note Edge , and the Gear S .While Samsung is ...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-11
The G Flex was more than just a curved screen smartphone; it featured LG's self-healing technology, which would help reduce minor scratches, and the device could literally flex, after applying a bit of pressure on the back, without the glass cracking or...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-02
PageSmartphones are an important part of our lives right now, we use them to communicate with our loved ones, but also for watching videos, listening to music, visiting Facebook and even as a payment tool (Apple Pay and Android Pay). But, while we all c...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-31
Once I get past the look of their UI, the software is great. In fact, I didn't seem to have any memory leak issues or major bugs many others have faced when dealing with Android 5.. Further, the ability to customize a lot of the little aspects of the phon...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-22
The G Flex 2 from LG is a second attempt to bring the banana-curve phone design to the masses. It's an elegant and refined phone that offers a solid spec sheet and a top-notch build. If you want a capable phone that bends the rules a bit, perhaps the G F...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-17
 Striking design and excellent build quality,  Good camera performance outdoors,  Impressive spec list
 Poor battery life,  Photos taken indoors lack saturation and detail,  Occasional sluggish performance,
Back in January, I got my hands on LG's latest curved contender, the G Flex 2, at CES 2015 alongside Michael Fisher and Jaime Rivera. The following month, Michael took a closer look at the device and praised it for its ergonomic design, but ultimately had...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-16
Ergonomic casing, Flexible, unbreakable chassis, Removable back-cover, with self-healing effect, Infinitely high contrast, Decent camera equipment, Good software configuration, Low temperatures, No power consumption when turned off
Rear-sided controls, Dark screen, Limited cell coverage, Awkward inputting of umlauts, Relatively expensive
Bananaphone. LG presents the second edition of its curved, high-end smartphone dubbed LG G Flex 2 and has made improvements: Primarily the higher resolution screen is to silent critics. We closely examined the slightly smaller phablet in the test....
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Reviewed on 2015-04-10
Comfortable curved design, Useful software enhancements, Shar, immersive display, Above-average performance
Poor low-light camera performance, Short battery life
LG made a splash with the G Flex in 2014, wowing us with the first curved, self-healing smartphone on the market. However, we didn't like its large, unwieldy size and relatively low-res 720p display. Enter the G Flex 2 ($200 with two-year plan on Sprint)....
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Reviewed on 2015-04-10
Is there any point in buying a phone shaped like a banana (or, if you prefer, a smiley face)? And is LG's latest curved phone worth a look, in the face of tough competition? Join Gizmag, for our quick review of the LG G Flex 2.The LG G Flex 2 isn't quite ...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-08
The G Flex 2 packs topoftheline performance. Great camera with optical image stabilization. Strong, selfhealing body.
Curved display adds nothing to the experience. Expensive. Battery life is just ok.
LG has a very interesting idea of what a good flagship smartphone should be. The G2 and later the G3 had unorthodox button placement on the rear panel, but with a bit of practice this was hardly an issue. The G Flex was even more unorthodox with a massive...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-04
Back in late 2013, LG announced their first curved display smartphone, around the same time Samsung announced theirs. Which was the Galaxy Round. Needless to say, only one made it to the US, and only one made it to the second generation. That'd be the LG...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-01
Beautiful display, Good camera, Great battery life, Curved display is comfortable
Self-healing back is overrated, LG removed some Lollipop features
Smartphones are getting a little boring. All of the top devices have roughly the same features and specs. Manufacturers are trying harder than ever to differentiate their devices. The display has become an area of experimentation, but we're not talking ab...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-01
Unique curved display. Fast performance. Strong battery life.
Middling call quality. Heavy Android skin
The Android smartphone market is a fickle beast. Err on the side of caution and risk being labeled stale. But stray too far from the basic formula and face dismissal as a one-off, unworthy of serious consideration. LG aims to find a balance betw...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-26
Striking design and exceptionally solid body, Superb display quality, Speedy chipset performance
Noticeable overheating issues, Nonremovable battery, Poor selfie camera
More than a year after its first attempt , LG has rolled out its latest stab at a curved smartphone. While the practicality of a bent handset is still up in the air, there's no doubt that this kind of design looks stunning, and that it gives the South Kor...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-26
The original LG G Flex was a unique, quirky phone that grabbed headlines back in late 2013, being the first flexible Android handset to hit the mainstream market. It was also a device of many compromises — an unwieldy 6-inch form factor, a lackluster 720p...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-26
I've got my hands on the LG G Flex 2. Now the LG G Flex 2 is one of the few smartphones currently in the market to feature a curved display. The most popular being the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge and the recently announced Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge. But unlike ...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-17
This isn't normally the way I like to approach a review. (Was that an “Uh oh” I just heard?) I say that because this review of the LG G Flex 2 is going to be short and sweet and we're just going to get it out of the way, so that we can move onto the HTC O...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-13
Call quality and reception are impeccable, Reliably good camera, Rectifies most of the flaws of the original G Flex
Laggy software undermines Android 5's strengths, The curve distorts geometric shapes on the screen, Doesn't make the most of its top-notch spec sheet
LG's new curved phone is a big improvement on the original, but is it better than its straight competition?The G Flex smartphone line is LG's design and engineering showcase. The Korean chaebol has developed an unmatched portfolio of curved batteries and ...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-01
Eye-catching and ergonomic curve, fast performance with new Snapdragon 810 CPU, pleasing OLED 1080p display, great rear camera
The shiny plastic back looks a little cheesy, back scratches despite self-healing claims
The sons may well pay for the crimes of their fathers: the original LG G Flex simply wasn't that great a phone, and we have a feeling LG released it because they were in a race with Samsung to produce ...
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