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LG's G Flex Curved Phone Headed for Major U.S. Carriers

We've already heard a ton about the G Flex, but now the flexible smartphone is finally officially coming to the United States. The device was first unveiled back in October of 2013 for its Korean launch. LG never ruled out an international launch, but it kept pretty quiet about its plans. Then, in December, LG held an exclusive event in California to show the American press the G Flex in person. Obviously, LG was preparing for a U.S. announcement.

 

 

Just a few weeks later, at CES 2014, LG confirmed plans to launch the G Flex in the United States. The South Korean company is partnering with AT&T, T-Mobile and eventually Sprint to bring the G Flex to Americans. Unfortunately, we don't know when it's coming out or how much we can expect to pay for the phone.

   

The International version of the G Flex comes equipped with a 2.2 GHz Snapdragon 800 processor, 2 GB of RAM, 13-megapixel rear-facing camera, 32 GB of storage, and a flexible 3500 mAh integrated battery. This, of course, is in addition to the 6-inch 720p POLED display.

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