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How flexible is it, and does it have a removable battery

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No, the battery is not removable. Unless you break it open. And it flex about as much as is shown in this video:

watch?v=SphEAlsrRoo#t=101

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Well that sucks I always put bigger batteries in my devices.

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LG flagships haven't had removable batteries for a while

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Well that sucks I always put bigger batteries in my devices.

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Oh! I have never owned a LG smartphone.

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The 3500mAh battery and curve are the reasons I might get the Flex.

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That and 6" display with a snapdragon 800 and adreno 330. Well worth it.
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