Jan 16 AT 1:09 PM Nick Gray 5 Comments

LG G Flex headed to Sprint for $300 on January 31; preorder yours today

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The US-bound LG G Flex was unveiled at CES 2014, but today we’ve finally received word that Sprint will start selling the curved Android smartphone on January 31 through its website for $300 when paired with a two-year contract. Retail store availability is scheduled for February 7. Off-contract pricing for the LG G Flex is set at $649.99 – significantly cheaper than the $850 price tag we’ve seen from multiple online retailers. Those willing to sign a two-year contract can pre-order the device today from Sprint.

The insane price of the LG G Flex is mainly attributed to the handset’s 6-inch 720p curved display; the 2.26GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM, 13MP camera, 3,500 mAh battery and Android 4.2.2 can be found in over a half dozen other, less expensive devices currently available.

Is the curved display on the LG G Flex enticing enough to use your update now? Or will you be waiting a few more months to see how the HTC M8 and the Samsung Galaxy S 5 turn out?

Source: Sprint

Nick is a tech enthusiast who has a soft spot for HTC and its devices. Nick joined the Android and Me family in the summer of 2010.

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  • jake

    How come nobody berates LG for copying Samsung’s Touchwiz? That clock widget is almost the spitting image of “Nature UX’s” clock widget. Their all apps icon is also nearly identical.

    • http://htcsource.com Nick Gray

      While the LG UI looks similar to Samsung’s, it’s actually Samsung who originally copied LG. If you look back at thew first few phones from LG, you’ll notice that their UI has been pretty consistent over the years.

  • andrew

    Maybe because Samsung and isnt a bag of d’s like apple and sues everyone for anything.

  • kuddus

    I think this is the big display handset in LG I have ever seen before!!!

  • donger

    Very nice.