The LG G Flex has reportedly been confirmed for AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile, although actual launch dates are’t available.
We all looked to the Nexus 5 for yet another well performing yet affordable device, and eagerly anticipated the next iteration of the maturing Android operating system. Read on for the full review and watch the video review to see if this new Nexus 5 lives up to the expectations.
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In a new video, LG is showing off the LG G Flex self-healing powers that help the handset’s back recover from light scratches that appear during every day use.
A new promo video for the LG G Flex has been posted online in preparation of the phone’s South Korean launch, with accessories for the handset also detailed.
We’re comparing the black and the white versions of the Nexus 5. Which one do your prefer?
T-Mobile told a publication that its Nexus 5 customers will pay the actual full price for the handset, implying that Google is subsidizing the device.
The LG G Flex will cost roughly $940 next week when it launches in South Korea, with a European launch for the handset apparently set for December.
Looking to pick up the Nexus 5 through T-Mobile? The device will hit the uncarrier’s website on November 14th, and in-stores on the 20th. Keep reading for more details!
Looking to pick up the Nexus 5 on contract? The handset has now arrived to six Canadian carriers and to Sprint in the United States. Keep reading to learn more!