Sprint might not be the only carrier currently preparing to launch the LG G Flex, as notorious leaker evleaks has leaked renders of the G FLex with T-Mobile and AT&T branding. Both renders show off the 4G LTE symbols of each carrier adorning the status bar. A date for the U.S. launch continues to be a mystery, but the dates mentioned in the renders (March 17 and February 12) could be clues to when we can expect the device to make its way to market, perhaps with an announcement at CES next week preceding the launch.
Hopefully, LG can manage to bring both devices to consumers as soon as possible, before people forget what is already a rather niche product that hasn’t seen much positive response, mainly due to unclear advantages to a curved screen, one that also sports a rather poor 720p resolution on a giant 6-inch screen. Other specs of the G Flex are up-to-date with the times, including a 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM, 13-megapixel camera, 32GB of internal storage, a 3,500 mAh battery, and Android 4.2.2, though even these might be considered old if the device launches around the same time as upcoming flagships (like the Galaxy S5).