LG G Flex clears FCC, Supposed to hit AT&T, Sprint & Verizon in January

World’s second & the most stern contender of the first curved Smartphone of the world Samsung Galaxy Round, the LG G Flex  was made public earlier this month to huge sensations, but was restricted to the Korean market only. Though users around the world had strong urge to put hands on the device, but they had no choice but to wait still the device launches in their horizon. Well, now we have great news for all those users who had intense desire to take hold of the LG G Flex that the device has cleared FCC and is now on sell in the US for a few dollars.

Lg G Flex

What the sources reveal the Overseas Electronics has the LG G Flex in stock and they demand almost $1050 for it. The device is meant exclusively for the Overseas Electronics since the listing mentions LTE-A support only on the 850 & 1800 bands and hence it will definitely not work in any other carriers of the US. Besides Overseas, the LG G Flex is also available with Negri Electronics, but it’s for pre-order now and doesn’t specify any delivery date. The device costs almost $1109.50 at Negri and offers you to choose from KT Telecom or SK telecom versions.

However, the most interesting fact is that the LG G Flex has of late cleared FCC, putting check to all backside rumors and hence is expected to hit the leading US carriers AT&T, Verizon and Sprint officially   in January 2014. That’s what can be of best benefit to the users since they can make legitimate use of the device and might the customers get little benefit in price even. So better we recommend you to wait for a couple of months more to put your hands on the device since the device is still not meant for the US markets.

If you forget, we would like to recollect you that the LG G Flex is world’s second and LG’s first ever curved Smartphone that is curved from top-to-bottom and features a 6” curved display with 720 pixels resolution, is powered by a 2.26GHz Snapdragon 800 (MSM 8974) processor, supports an Adreno 330 GPU and runs on the Android 4.2.2 jelly Bean Operating System. It supports a 13MP rear camera with 2.1 Mp front cam and features a 3,500 mAh battery to provide you sustainable power back up. Most importantly, the curved display of LG G Flex carries a curved OLED panel i.e. made of plastic substrates to prevent your device from accidental hazards. It too supports a number of connectivity options including Bluetooth 4.0, USB 3.0, LTE, LTE-A, HSPA+, Wi-Fi (802.11 a/b/g/n/ac) and NFC etc.

Overall the device is good and you can better surmise the features once you have it on your hand. But before you have to decide if you are placing your order today for the handset or waiting still it officially hits the three major US Carriers.

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