Pretty good, fairly decent, and not bad are all phrases that can be used to describe the LG G Flex 2. The younger, more curvaceous cousin of the LG G3 has respectable specs and a body curved like a banana that you either think is awesome or pointless and stupid. Speaking of stupid, the price when it launched was an insane $709 on AT$T (that ain't no typo) and apparently everyone agreed that price was obscene because they keep popping up brand new on ebay for a whole lot less.
This time you can pick one up for $250. It's the silver 32GB model with a 13MP camera, a 5.5 inch 1080x1920 display, and a Snapdragon 810 processor (I told you it was a hot deal). These are AT&T devices, but they come with an unlock code for those of you who would like to use the phone on another GSM network. As it always is with carrier unlocked phones, it will not be compatible with all bands on other carriers, so read the fine print before you buy.
The seller will ship the LG G Flex 2 for free if you live in the US and not for free if you live in one of the other countries they are willing to mail it to. Among those countries are Canada, most of Europe, and New Zealand (good news for hobbits). For a full list of countries check the product page.
A not bad phone at a not bad price. Not bad, not bad at all.