This year 2013, a lot has happened and a lot has been disclosed. It's not yet over until they say it's over. The biggest tech companies of the mobile computing world have in their pockets a number of eyes-popping gadgets all built for everyone's convenience and delight. With the technology that we have in our possession, the functionalities that we require have all been materialized in the form of the smartphone – the tool that does it all.

Ever since the conception and extremely its manufacture, the smartphone has evolved from simply allowing text messages and e-mails to be sent and calls to be made to capturing and editing pictures, streaming online videos, downloads and uploads, and all other trips. Now it has come to a point that the very tool we depend on most of our daily tasks has the capacity to make the impossible, possible.

The LG G Flex smartphone that was revealed to the public recently, joined Samsung's Galaxy Round in the area of ​​flexible technology. Both generations have displayed their initial faculties as to what they can offer for the aforementioned field of technology. Speculations were delivered, both good and bad. Then again, there must be something that defines one from another and LG has proven that so.

All the features it possessed including a 6-inch 720p curved display, 2-gigabytes of RAM and a 32-gigabytes storage with a microSD card slot for additional storage, rear-facing camera with 13-megapixels, LTE-A connectivity, packed with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 800 at 2.26GHz and the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean for its operating system. Have everything your way as this curved device is equipped with a 3500mAh battery that you can exhaust for yourself once you get your hands on the G Flex. Before you go and pre-order one of these, there's one more tidbit you should know about the G Flex.

News of its one of a kind ability, for smartphones that is, has been the talk of the crowd for a little more of a week now. The G Flex is said to utilize “self-healing” technology that is still in its early stages but has been implemented on cars before. This ability to self-heal is all due to a special protective film incorporated at the back cover of the smartphone. It liberates the device from scratches within minutes and makes it appear good as new. This is an innovation for the field where smartphones are concerned and once it has fully matured, the need for protective accessories may soon reach their end.

LG began the trend for self-healing technologies which is a breakthrough for consumer electronics. We should expect the rest of the pack to make use of the same science and surpass LG.