LG G Flex makes you flex your wallet, coming to Sprint on January
If you’ve wanted to get your hands on LG’s flexy new phone, but don’t want to plunk down $700+ for the international version, you’re in luck. Sprint has announced that it begin taking preorders for the flexible device on January 16 for $300 with a 2yr agreement and you’ll be able to pick one up at a brick-and-mortar store on February 7th.
The G Flex will take advantage of Sprint’s Tri-band LTE network, or as sprint calls it “Sprint spark”. Now although the G Flex’s $300 price tag might make you a little more flexible with your budget, you can now use Sprint’s easy pay program (previously called OneUp) which will allow you to get the G Flex for a down payment of $150 and 24 monthly payments of approximately $20.
Other than that, it’s also got a pretty impressive spec list:
- 6 inch OLED display (1280×720 245PPI)
- 32GB of internal storage
- 13MP Camera, 1080p@60fps and 2.1MP front, 1080p@30fps
- 3500mAH Li-polymer battery
- 2GB RAM
- Quad-core 2.26GHz Snapdragon 800 with a krait 400 CPU and Adreno 330 GPU
- Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.0
And not to mention that its “self-healing back” and bendable design will make this one of the more durable phones out there.
If you are not currently a Sprint customer then fret not, The LG G Flex will also be making its way to T-Mobile and AT&T in the near future.