Samsung and LG both have entered the market of curved display smartphones. LG officially unveiled the LG G Flex last month. Although it is available for Korea, LG was undecided about releasing it to the international markets.
A FCC filing has shown that the LG G Flex will be heading to the US with the AT&T and T-Mobile carriers. FCC filing shows the LG D959 (the LG G Flex) with LTE support for bands 4 and 17, which are AT&T and T-Mobile respectively.
LG has given a thorough thought to the G Flex and along with the curved display, it has all the high-end specifications. G Flex has a large 6″ screen, 2.26GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB internal storage. The primary camera is 13 MP while the secondary camera is 2.1MP. The G Flex has a 3500mAh battery.
Like the LG G2, the power and the volume buttons are placed on the back of the phone. Another new thing in the G Flex is that the back of the phone is made of a special protective film that can fix itself within minutes after being scratched.
Although not confirmed, but LG G Flex is expected to be available with all the major US carriers along with AT&T and T-Mobile.