Renders of LG G Flex for T-Mobile and AT&T are tweeted

Renders of LG G Flex for T-Mobile and AT&T are tweeted
Back in November, serial leaker evleaks sent out a tweet to tell everyone that the LG G Flexwas coming to America via Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile. Since then, we have seen a render leaked for the Sprint version of the curved screen phone. On Friday morning, leaked renders of the device for T-Mobile and AT&T were tweeted. Just in case you're the kind of guy who has a composition book full of model numbers, and checks them off whenever the devices actually get launched, the version for AT&T is the D950. The T-Mobile variant is the D959.

The only thing that keeps the LG G Flex from ranking up there with the LG G2 is the lower resolution (720 x 1280) on a larger 6 inch glass. That works out to a 245ppi. The 1080 x 1920 FHD on the 5.2 inch LG G2 display translates into a 423ppi pixel density. And while some might say that you just can't tell the difference between a 720p and 1080p screen, you can tell the difference between the two model's pixel density.

No word yet on when the U.S. launch of the LG G Flex will take place, and pricing is still an unknown at this time.

source: @evleaks via AndroidCentral

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