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It’s okay if your LG G Flex display is… bumpy

16
Jan
2014

LG’s G Flex, the company’s first smartphone with a flexible display, comes with a manufacturing defect that the company may have been aware of, The Korea Times reports. Some units develop certain bumps on the display, as seen in the image below, which result from using excessive force on the device. “LG Electronics was rather hesitant in releasing its curved-screen smartphone as it was previously aware of some technical problems,” an unnamed official at the Korea Display Industry Association said. “LG should have notified consumers ahead of the product launch.” An electronics sales person further said that “all LG G Flex models that I’ve seen so far come with small bumps.” However, LG is reassuring customers that the bumps do

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