Sprint confirmed on Thursday, that they will start selling the LG G Flex in their online stores on January 31, while the curved smartphone will debut in physical Sprint stores on February 31. AT&T is the second US carriers to reveal its plans for the LG G Flex.
According to AT&T’s press statement, the G Flex will become available for pre-order both online and in brick-and-mortar stores starting January 24. Unfortunately, the folks at AT&T failed to mention when the self healing device will ship.
Just like the Sprint model, the AT&T G Flex variant will have a price of $299.99 after you agree to sing a two-year contract with them. If you want to go off-contract, you can also get your hands on the LG G Flex via AT&T Next 18 ($26.74 a month) or AT&T Next 12 ($34.75 a month).
The G Flex has a 2.26 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor and 2 GB RAM, 6-inch 720p display curved from top to bottom, 13 MP primary camera, 32 GB native storage, and all the connectivity features worthy of a modern smartphone, including WiFi, LTE, NFC, or IR blaster.
But is the LG G Flex worth $300 with a two-year contract or the 720p screen is too 2012 for you? Please let us know in comments.