LG announced today results for Q4 2013, and they are a mixed bag. Good smartphone sales could not help LG obtain a profit from its mobile business in the last quarter of 2013.
Curved displays look set to become increasingly common. CES 2014 saw the unveiling of various curved televisions, and the appropriately named LG G Flex is a similarly curvy phone. If you fancy the idea of adding the curvy device to your pocket, it’s available to pre-order from AT&T for $299.99 on a two year contract. Order now and it’ll ship on 4th February.
LG’s first curved smartphone, the G Flex, will be available in “over 20 European countries”, including the UK, Germany, France and Italy starting next month.
AT&T has officially announced that the LG G Flex will go up for pre-order starting January 24th. No word on when we can expect the device to ship, however.
Sprint has now announced that the LG G Flex will be available for preorder today, shipping by January 31st. Those looking to pick one up in-store will be able to do so starting February 7th.
Life is certainly looking good at LG right now. The company has made major moves in the smartphone market over the last couple of years and it’s producing some of the best Android smartphones around. Join us for a look back at LG’s history and an analysis of its prospects.
At their CES press event, LG officially revealed that they plan to bring the LG G Flex to AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint in the first quarter of this year.
Press shots of the AT&T and T-Mobile LG G Flex models have reportedly leaked. Check them out!
Even if the Round is not the game-changer we’ve been hoping for, it’s still a really interesting device. It comes with top of the line specs and all of Samsung’s software features, but also with a price tag to match. Should you buy it, provided you can get your hands on one? Is the Round worth the investment, curved screen aside? Join us as we find out in our Samsung Galaxy Round review.
Is the LG G Flex a great phone? When the novelty factor wears off, will you be pleased with its build quality, performance, and user experience? We try to answer these and more questions in our LG G Flex review