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Newest little gadgets

by Brice Simmons/Campus & Features

New gadgets are being invented all the time. The world of electronics is literally and figuratively booming in today’s society. With all the new technology today, what is the most practical for the consumer’s use? With all the newest little gadgets, the neatest gadget is Intel’s personal assistant. The only problem being that it is made for enterprises, not consumers, and according to Intel, it helps keep track of employees along with the cool personal assistant features. So, what would be a good new gadget for the average consumer then? The answer is the new LG smart phone, the LG G Flex.

The LG G Flex is a smart phone that has a very unique feature to it; it is flexible. This phone is slightly curved inward – a technique that helps create a full view – and can flex to a flat position and twist slightly. This technology is starting to rise throughout the tech would. Flexible technology is a new trend. But are the features of the phone as great as its flexibility?

The screen is 6.0 inches, which is a decently sized screen. It has flexible battery that allows the phone to bend with the battery in it. The processer is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 2.26 GHz Quad-Core, and the phone can have multiple apps on the screen at once. It also contains a 13 megapixel camera in it.

Altogether, the phone is a decent phone. The camera is a bit behind times compared to some of the other newer phones coming out, but it is still useful enough. This phone and technology could very possibly bring LG back from the slump it has been in throughout the last few years. It is a unique phone worth trying.

 


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