Few would consider the G Flex 2 the most exciting phone of 2015, but it was unique. The Snapdragon 810-powered follow-up to a slightly curved phone from 2013 lost some of the weight its predecessor (or rather, the people who bought it) carried around. Read More
The LG G Flex 2 isn't as big as its predecessor, which makes it a more practical device to own. Unfortunately, a slightly curved screen isn't really exciting enough for the cost (AT&T wants $709 off contract). But while the G Flex 2 may not be a must-have phone, it's still a nice one. One you can get on eBay for a significantly more reasonable $290. And it will come brand new—not used, nor refurbished.
These are AT&T unlocked units, so you're free to take them over to T-Mobile, but it won't support all the same bands. This model comes in silver. Read More
The LG G Flex 2 is a pretty good phone, even compared to LG's own flagship G4, and it's a great option if you're tired of all the ever-bigger screens that seem to be the current rage. It's also got a pretty decent price: US Cellular sells it for $50, AT&T sells it for $100, and Sprint is selling it for $200 at the moment, with off-contract prices ranging from reasonable at around $500 to ludicrous at over $700 (thanks, AT&T). If you want a good deal without the carrier ball and chain, Expansys is currently selling the phone for just $329.99. Read More
After its introduction at CES, the curvtastic LG G Flex 2 is almost ready for primetime. The phone has been available for pre-order on Sprint in the US for a few days with a free Quick Circle case, but its global rollout is about to commence. It will first be offered on "major carriers in the United States, Hong Kong, Singapore, France, Germany, and the U.K," according to an LG Press Release, followed by key markets in North and South America, Europe, and Asia.
Aside from Sprint in the US, we know that AT&T will carry the G Flex 2 (only in grey, red is exclusive to Sprint) but their landing page still marks it as Coming Soon, and that U.S. Read More
Sprint offered the original G Flex, and the sequel was announced on Sprint (and AT&T/US Cellular) a few weeks ago with pre-orders starting on February 20th. If you want to get your hands on the new curved phone from LG, Sprint's pre-orders are live just as promised. If you pull the trigger, Sprint will even throw in a free Quick Circle case for the device (a $59.99 value).
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Sprint has announced that it will begin offering the LG G Flex 2 on March 13th. People with their hearts set on this curved poster child will be able to place a pre-order starting tomorrow, February 20th. The phone will go for twenty-four payments of $12 or $504 altogether, and it will be available in Platinum Silver or Volcano Red (a Sprint exclusive).
The G Flex 2 isn't quite the sequel to last year's model that you would expect. For starters, it's smaller and now sports a 5.5-inch display, half an inch smaller than the previous model. This is one time a manufacturer can't say that this year's model is larger than last year's, and we're glad. Read More