Last week Sprint confirmed that the LG G Flex would be hitting their network on January 31st through their online portal, with the handset heading to brick-and-mortar locations on February 31st. Now AT&T has also chimed in with their official plans for the G Flex, revealing the device will be available for pre-order in stores and online starting January 24th. No word on exactly when the handset will ship, however.
The AT&T version of the LG G Flex will be priced at $299 with a new two-year contract, just like the Sprint variant. For those looking to go off-contract with the G Flex, AT&T will offer it for $26.74 a month through AT&T Next 18, or $34.75 with AT&T Next 12.
If you’re looking for a high-performance device, the 2.26GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 with 2GB of RAM certainly is up for the job. On the downside, the 6-inch 720p display isn’t nearly as impressive as the 1080p display found on many other Android flagship devices. Ultimately the LG G Flex is best suited for those that are interested in standing out from the crowd with a ‘semi-flexible’ handset, and for those don’t mind paying a little extra or dealing with a slightly less impressive resolution.
To learn more about the LG G Flex before taking the plunge, be sure to check out our full review.
What do you think, planning on picking up the G Flex via AT&T? Or would you rather get the device through Sprint or T-mobile?