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LG G Flex 2

It's curved. It's more durable. Here's our First Take.

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Put on your best duck face

The Flex 2's camera allows you to use gestures to trigger your selfies.

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Web OS gets an upgrade

Web OS 2, which LG uses in its TVs, is faster than before, supports 4K streaming, and enables more channel customization.

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OLED TVs

Lots of curved and 4K models, including a 77-inch bendable model.

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Twin Wash system

LG adds a second, small washer for specialized loads. You'll also be able to buy it as an add-on for newer model washers. Here's our First Take.

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Double double doors

Adding a door-within-a-door to both French doors increases energy efficiency by centralizing all of your most frequently needed items and minimizing the need to open the full fridge.

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Wellness Platform

They didn't say much about it, just that they (like everyone else) want a piece of your health monitoring.

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Internet of Things

LG is working with the Allseen Alliance as part of its Internet of Things ecosystem.

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Music Flow

The company confirmed that it will launch its Music Flow multiroom audio service in the US and Australia. It was initially introduced at IFA 2014.

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Partner announcements

LG is working with Netflix on streaming 4K playback.

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