lg g flex 2 review aa (7 of 8)

Despite some initial performance issues, the LG G Flex 2 is both a powerful and attractive handset with some pretty impressive internals including a Snapdragon 810 processor, 3GB RAM, and32GB storage with microSD for expansion. Of course, the handset has also quickly become overshadowed by more impressive flagships from Samsung, HTC, and even LG itself with the LG G4.

For those that are looking for a capable handset at an aggressive price point and don’t mind if their phone won’t win any popularity contests, you might want to your attention to Ebay. Right now, well-known seller qualitycellz is offering up the G Flex 2 for just $290 in brand new condition! The only catch here is that this is the AT&T version, though the device is unlocked and ready for use with any compatible GSM network.

At this price, the G Flex 2 even undercuts low-cost darlings like the OnePlus 2, OnePlus One, and the upcoming Moto X Style (aka Moto X Pure Edition). Not sure if the G Flex 2 is the phone you’ve been dreaming of? Be sure to check out our full review for a better idea of what to expect. Just remember that since the review was written, LG has issues a few software updates that have improved performance and so many of these early troubles should no longer be a problem.

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