The G Flex’s attention-grabbing curved screen and bendy battery ensured it hoovered up most of the column inches afforded to LG at Mobile World Congress (MWC).
But it wasn’t the only LG device that was worth a look. The keenly priced LG LIII L90 stands out for packing a quad-core processor and Android KitKat for a pocket-money price.
Then there’s the pared-down LG G2 Mini, which features the lion’s share of its bigger bro’s standout specs but in a fairly compact and bijou package. We say 'fairly' because at 4.7-inches, it’s actually almost encroaching on tablet territory.
We gave both handsets a once over at Mobile World Congress. Let us know what you think in the comments section below.
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