The AT&T LG G Flex has been spotted at the FCC website, days after the device was rumored to be heading to the wireless carrier. The document shows a device with the model number LG D959 (which is the model number of the LG smartphone) supporting LTE band 17. Other connectivity options that were revealed by the same document include GPS, NFC, Wi-Fi 802.11a/ac/b/g/n, and quad-band GSM.
AT&T is just one of the carriers that are believed to be offering the smartphone soon in the United States. The others, according to a post by @evleaks recently, are T-Mobile and Sprint.
The T-Mobile LG G Flex, like the one that is coming to AT&T, has been spotted at the FCC, as well, showing support for LTE Band 4 (AWS).
With the device hitting market shelves in the United States in the near future, LG seems determined to make a killing with the smartphone. Of course, it helps that the device has been sparking a lot of curiosity from the public, mainly because of its curved and flexible OLED display, as well as its self-healing rear plate which was recently shown off in a demo video.
As for its other specifications, the LG G Flex appears to be a pretty decent device. It features a 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage capacity, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, a 3,200mAh battery, and a 6-inch 720p display. It has dimensions of 6.32 x 3.21 x 0.31 in and tips the scale at 6.04 oz. The device is frequently compared to the Samsung Galaxy Round, although such Samsung product will only be available in limited quantities, even in Samsung’s home country of South Korea.
Apart from the United States, the LG G Flex will make its way to Europe and the rest of Asia this year. The device was officially unveiled in its home country during the latter part of October.