LG’s curved smartphone, the G Flex, will be making its way over to America in the early goings of this year. AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile will carry the device starting during the first quarter of 2014.
This is great news for anyone who had been longing for a chance to use the curved phone but have been turned off by the extremely pricey off-contract cost of around $940. A subsidized version of the G Flex could make the phone, which we found to be quite impressive in most aspects when we reviewed it, a more realistic option for consumers.
With a quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor and 2GB of RAM, it’s powerful enough to compete with most performance phones, and its large, curved 6-inch OLED display makes it stand out. Demand for the G Flex’s concave curves is hard to judge, but we’re sure LG would like to get it in people’s hands so they can feel the difference the curved design makes.
You can read our full review of the LG G Flex, with details and impressions about the device, here.
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