AT&T and Sprint LG G Flex now available for $99.99 on contract via Amazon

LG G Flex

The AT&T and Sprint models of the LG G Flex are now available for a decent $99.99 on contract via Amazon. This price is valid for new customers and existing customers of either carrier will have to shell out $20 more for the smartphone. But considering the initial contract pricing of $300 and $250 by AT&T and Sprint respectively, this seems to be a decent bargain on the handset.

So if you’ve ever been held back by the G Flex due to the pricing, now is the right time to get it. Considering that this is the only curved display handset that is widely available in the market today, there is nothing even remotely close to the G Flex that you can buy elsewhere, so it’s quite a rare product.

The handset features a 6 inch 720p curved OLED panel, a 13-megapixel camera on the back, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, Android 4.3 Jelly Bean with the KitKat update rolling out gradually and a 3,500 mAh battery. It also features the quad core 2.3 GHz Snapdragon 800 SoC and a “self healing” back cover. So make sure you give these deals a good look if you’re in the market for a new smartphone.

Source: AT&T G Flex, Sprint G Flex

Via: Android Police

10 Replies to “AT&T and Sprint LG G Flex now available for $99.99 on contract via Amazon”

  1. Well the curved angle makes more room for screen space. And also gives depth perception apparently.

  2. Yeah, it is supposed to give a better viewing experience. Never seen a curved phone myself though.

  3. That is really cheap but in my area Sprint is not a big deal because they don’t have nearly enough towers to justify using it. If you go with them here you might be lucky to get a signal.

  4. I don’t see the appeal in a curved display, personally. I wouldn’t buy this phone, but that’s just me. None of the specs are really “spectacular.”

  5. Apart from the curved display, there isn’t much to this phone. It has a huge 6 inch display, which is only 720p. But probably that itself was something huge when its curved. But then again, it is better to wait for a more evolved smartphone in terms of curved display.

  6. Curved display is what they are showing off with this phone. Even Samsung did the same with the Galaxy Round. Apart from that, there is nothing really great about this, the specs are pretty standard for a premium device.

  7. Yeah, it’s probably just a selling point because it makes the phone unique. Also, it might be a little more ergonomic and comfortable to hold than rigid, straight-backed phones.

  8. Wow, a 3,200 mAh battery is impressive, and I definitely like the sound of a 13 meg camera. Still, I don’t understand why the phone is curved. Did they design it this way just for the sake of being different?

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