LG G Flex to ship to more countries early next month?
In the U.S., it is expected that Sprint, T-Mobile and AT&T will offer the 6 inch model. The LG G Flex has visited the FCC two different times, covering wireless service for the trio. Most likely, the phone won't hit American soil until early next year, possibly giving LG time to shoehorn Android 4.4 onto the handset. Considering the price of the device in Korea where it goes for 999,900 KRW ($942 USD), we could see the unit priced at $299 or $249 in the states, after a signed two-year pact.
Besides the curved screen, which bends down from the top and up from the bottom, the phone's rear plate "self-heals" hairline scratches. This was just named one of PhoneArena's Best Innovations for 2013.
Invite for LG G Flex launch event to be held December 3rd in Hong Kong
source: 3G.cn (translated) via UnwiredView
1. E.S.1 (Posts: 289; Member since: 14 Sep 2013)
Damn you LG. I just bought my LG G2 2 weeks ago and I love it... but now I am thinking about upgrading to LG G Flex. Hm....
2. _Bone_ (Posts: 2104; Member since: 29 Oct 2012)
You mean downgrading to 720p Flex? Hold onto your G2 champ, it's a better device.
4. JakeLee (limited) (Posts: 686; Member since: 02 Nov 2013)
It wouldn't be an upgrade, but a side-grade.