It’s no secret that the first LG smartphone ever to pack a flexible display will launch in the USA later this year, but we now have a couple of purported press images for the AT&T and T-Mobile models.
The leak comes from trusted source @evleaks, who posted the AT&T and T-Mobile LG G Flex versions side by side. The images are almost similar, although there are plenty of differences. For starters, the wallpaper, while it shows a similar image, isn’t the same for both devices.
LG G Flex for AT&T (D950, left) and T-Mobile USA (D959, right). pic.twitter.com/xdHaTrMWw3
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) January 3, 2014
Moreover, the carrier logo is placed in different places on the screen, and the 4G network logos are obviously different.
Interestingly, the date on the screen is also different. The AT&T LG G Flex has a March 17 date, while the T-Mobile version shows February 12 on the screen. Are this supposed launch dates for these two U.S. LG G Flex models? It’s too early to say, as LG is yet to unveil G Flex availability details for the American market.
Not too long ago, the same source posted a Sprint LG G Flex press render, that’s very similar to the ones above – however, the Sprint has a February 7 date on the display:
According to @evleaks, the AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint LG G Flex versions will have model numbers D950, D959 and LS995, respectively.
With CES 2014 kicking off in just a few days, we certainly expect to hear more details about LG’s U.S. mobile plans for the beginning of the year.
While the LG G Flex is not yet official in the U.S., we have already had a chance to check out the handset – see our hands-on coverage of the phone in the playlist above.