Back at CES we officially learned that Sprint would be among the three carriers that would see the LG G Flex in the United States, but at the time no details on pricing or availability where divulged.
Now Sprint has become the first carrier to announce their full plans for the device. Sprint intends to ship the handset starting January 31st and will offer the handset in brick-and-mortar locations from February 7th onward. For those interested in getting the handset as soon as possible, Sprint is immediately offering the device for pre-order.
Not surprisingly, the LG G Flex is a bit more expensive than many similarly spec’d devices at $300 with a two-year contract. For those looking to get the handset off-contract, it will qualify for Sprint’s new Easy Pay program, which will land you the G Flex for a down payment of $150 with 24 payments of roughly $20 — or an outright price of $650.
If you’re not sure if the LG G Flex is right for you, we recommend you check out our full review.
What do you think, planning on picking up the G Flex from the Now Network? Or would you rather pick it up through AT&T or T-mobile?