TechHive: There's the rub: LG's curved G Flex phone might have bumps in display

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thumbnail There's the rub: LG's curved G Flex phone might have bumps in display
Jan 17th 2014, 17:57, by Evan Dashevsky

The first major curved phone release has had a bumpy start—literally—with reports of minute lumps and wrinkles in the screen of the LG G Flex.

k2014011500251 450 Korea Times

Did the possibility of a curved display give you goosebumps? Apparently it did for the display.

The G Flex is basically a spec-clone of LG's flagship G2 phone, except that it comes with a 6-inch curved display. According to a story in the Korea Times, the G Flex, which is already widely available throughout Asia, has been plagued by reports of small bumps appearing on the phone's curved OLED display. 

The Times report goes on to say that LG is aware of the issue and assures consumers that it has no effect on the phone's performance. Furthermore, LG's reps say that the bumps will disappear over time and can be massaged flat.

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