LG G Flex, the second curved Smartphone of the world and a stern contender to Samsung Glaxy Round will be available for pre-order at the popular US carrier AT&T from January 24. While AT&T confirms that the device will be made available for both online and physical stores from January 24, but it doesn’t specify from when on it will start shipping the product.
In the meantime the other popular carrier Sprint moves a step ahead confirming to sell the LG G Flex curved Smartphone at their online stores from January 31st and at retail stores from February 31st. To put your hands on the device you have to undergo a two year contract with both the carriers and pay $299.99. And if you are not interested to undergo a contract, then you can pay the amount in monthly installments i.e. 18 months x $26.74 at AT&T and 12 months x $34.75 at Sprint.
Turning to the LG G Flex, we must remind you again that it’s the second curved Smartphone in the world. Unlike Samsung Galaxy Round, the device is curved from top-to-bottom (Samsung Galaxy Round is curved in vertical axis). The Smartphone features a 6 inch flexible 720p OLED display and is powered by a 2.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor. The device supports 2GB of RAM and 32 GB of in-built storage space that provides you ample space to save your needy data.
Apart, the Smartphone features a 13MP rear camera with LED flash and has placed the power and volume buttons on the back, like that of the Samsung Galaxy Round. Among other special features, the device supports an auto-healing back panel that heals automatically within just five minutes of healing. This happens due to the molecular substructure coating on the back top and heals only the small scratches and scruffs. Apart, it carries a 3500 mAh battery which provides you long battery performance and provokes your burden to carry a charging adapter with you no matter where go.