LG G Flex with self healing ability – Video
LG has marvelled us with a video just last week on the “self healing” nature of the LG G Flex.
The LG G Flex was launched in October this year, with a quad core 2.26GHz Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM and powered by Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. The highlight of this device comes in the form of a 6 inch curved display with Plastic OLED (P-OLED) technology. It features Real RGB that incorporates all three sub-pixels in one pixel that brings out a brighter and more precise display.
According to the promotional video posted by LG, the G Flex mimics the way our human body works. It has a self healing coating that will remove scratches automatically. That sounds pretty cool isn’t it? But given that promotional videos hardly ever depict real world conditions, so Marques Brownlee took up the challenge and posted on Youtube a test video on the self healing feature of the LG G Flex smartphone.
As can be seen from the video, key scratches healed rather quickly, and scratches don’t completely disappear. The knife mark took a longer time than usual to heal and is mostly half healed. He did mention in the video that the material reacts better with heat and will accelerate the healing process. Brownlee also pointed out that the promotional video released by LG was filmed in a warmer condition, thus the self healing feature worked well.