After getting certified by the FCC, LG's curved Smartphone, the G Flex, is now on sale in the US. Fancy picking up a first-generation curved phone? You'll have to shell out a lot of money, at least $1050 if Overseas Electronics is your preferred retailer. Also, the listing clearly points out that the device supports LTE-A bands 850 and 1800 only, which means it isn't compatible with any of the carriers in the US.
Negri Electronics is offering the G Flex for $1109.50, but the website only mentions the words "pre-order." However, you do get a choice between the SK Telecom and KT Telecom variants. Whether that would be of much use with regard to compatibility with LTE networks in the US remains to be seen (most likely not).
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