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IN PHOTO: The LG company logo is seen following an event during the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES ) in Las Vegas, Nevada January 6, 2014. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith Reuters/Robert Galbraith

The CES 2015 event unveiled some of the upcoming smartphones, tablets and phablets among others, from various OEMs. However, there were quite a few killer devices introduced behind closed doors that were specific to investors, partners and carriers. However, some of the attendees apparently sneaked past the closed doors and have brought in some much-required information about the coveted LG secret chamber. In case readers thought the LG G Flex 2 is the only bent-display clad device, the truth couldn't be any further.

LG has apparently introduced a device similar to the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge with curved/bent-display. This handset reportedly comes with a humongous 6.0-inch "Active Bending" plastic AMOLED display, which is bent at both the sides of this unnamed dual-edge LG smartphone, according to Phone Arena.

The same site also points out that the prototype showcased could be an early model as it featured a screen resolution of only 720 x 1,280 pixels, when most of the current-generation devices are flaunting 2K display. In comparison, this LG prototype is not as sophisticated as Samsung's curved 1440p display of the Galaxy Note Edge. And going by the early rumours, even the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge does seem to have better specs than the LG one. Since this is only a prototype, there is a good chance that the final LG device could be an impressive one, says Phone Arena.

On the other hand, if reports are true, LG may not be the first device manufacturer to make use of the double-sided curved display technology. Apparently, Xiaomi is also reportedly working on one such device.

In addition to the dual-edge LG smartphone and the Samsung Galaxy S6, a credible tipster tweeted that Sony has likely demoed its upcoming flagship Xperia Z4 to the carriers. Thanks to the non-disclosure agreements, none of the carriers like AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile USA will be disclosing any details about the said device. In hindsight, at CES 2013, Samsung apparently introduced the Galaxy S5 behind the closed doors to investors, partners and carriers, according to Phone Arena.

Interested readers should head to Phone Arena to check out the dual-edge LG smartphone. What do you think of the upcoming LG handset? Feel free to leave a comment.

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