LG G Flex is flexing its way to T-Mobile [CES 2014]

LG G Flex T Mobile


While we knew about the LG G Flex for quite some time now with it being played with over international waters, LG has finally announced that will be available stateside and which carriers would be carrying the curved, flexible smartphone with T-Mobile being one of them.

Check the presser below and expect to see some more about the LG G Flex as CES 2014 rolls on.






T-Mobile Confirms LG G Flex


T-Mobile is ringing in the New Year by further expanding its ever-growing 4G LTE smartphone line-up with the addition of the world’s first curved, flexible smartphone[1] from LG Electronics – the LG G Flex. T-Mobile customers can get the G Flex with the Simple Choice Plan, which offers unlimited talk, text and Web as well as unlimited text and data in 100+ countries – at no extra charge – all with no annual service contract on the fastest nationwide 4G LTE network[2].


The LG G Flex offers T-Mobile customers a more reassuring grip and fit as well as an outstanding voice and sound experience because the distinctively curved design follows the contour of the face. The ultra-thin, ultra-light, flexible 6-inch Plastic OLED display is brighter and more precise making it ideal for watching videos or playing games on-the-go. The G Flex also features the Rear Key control for convenience of using one index finger to power the device on or off and adjust volume. It also has self-healing paint on the G Flex back cover that LG says is designed to help recover from the wear and tear of daily use, including scratches from keys[3]. The advanced smartphone features a 13MP HD camera to capture crisp, detailed, high-quality images and videos. In addition, the LG G Flex includes the world’s first curved battery technology for a smartphone with a capacity of 3,500 mAh for power, sleek design and comfort in the palm of your hand.


The new smartphone will include LG-exclusive features such as KnockON™, Slide Aside™ and Qslide Function, allowing customers to perform several tasks simultaneously. G Flex will also introduce new features such as QuickTheater™, which can give users virtually instant access to entertainment apps for the ultimate cinematic viewing experience on the curved smartphone; and Dual Window, which divides the wide 6-inch screen into two separate windows for more efficient multitasking.


Pricing and availability for the G Flex will be shared in the coming weeks.


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