LG’s flagship mobile is by far a triumph in mobile engineering thanks impart to its bendable and damage-proof shell. But despite the ultramodern design and updated spec sheet, the G Flex remains behind the premium smartphone curve due to its technical shortcomings. The first being the underwhelming screen, followed by its ginormous form factor and unfit button placement in the rear. A $300 price tag doesn’t help its argument either, especially when the Galaxy Note 3 is tagged at the same value and offers more polished facets. It’ll certainly gain you attention amongst crowds and serve its purpose as a handset, but that’s mostly it.