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The phone is definitely one of the more daring additions to the local market though, with its curved body, curved screen and self-healing rear panel. It’s also one of the most powerful phones in the world at the moment, sporting a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset, 3GB of RAM and the Adreno 430 GPU.
But perhaps above and beyond the internals, it’s the bowed, banana-inspired exterior that really turns heads. It also has a pair of sterling cameras with the rear boasting OIS and a laser autofocusing system, which takes absolutely stunning images. There’s also the screen which is another greatest hit for LG, at 5.5-inches and 1080p. It’s a beautiful specimen.
Something else that’ll likely snap necks is the price. If you want to own the device without any monthly appendages you’ll need to fork out R10 499, and that puts it squarely into iPhone 6 and Samsung Galaxy Note 4 territory. It should give both a run for their money though.
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