If there was one message LG was keen to push during its CES 2014 press conference, it's that curves are the future.We know they like their bendy TVs, both LED and OLED, and we also knew their bendable G-Flex smartphone was on the way but, until now, there was no release date.
On stage, LG confirmed that the phone will be available in the United States during the first quarter from carriers Sprint, AT&T, and T-Mobile."Combining unparalleled consumer benefits with the best of LG's technological advancements, the LG G Flex represents the shape of innovation," said Morris Lee, senior vp at LG Mobile.Purposefully designed to provide a 'cinematic viewing experience' - er, it's a phone - and ergonomic comfort, the G Flex incorporates many of LG's cutting edge technologies while still being promised as a practical option for today's consumers.
The main feature is its six-inch curved Plastic OLED HD display but there's also an innovative curved battery inside, designed by LG Chem.It fits your face!Other key features include a 2.26 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor with quad-core Krait CPU, 2GB of RAM, a13MP Rear-facing camera with a 2.1 MP one front-facing.
Pricing and availability for U.S. carriers will be announced at a later date and hopefully UK details won't be far behind.
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