LG G Flex is actually flexible, to launch in South Korea on November 12, global announcement in works (will be sold for $941)

Update: LG has officially revealed the price of LG G Flex today. As per the pre-release issued by LG, the G Flex will be sold in South Korea from November 12th on all three major telecom operators for 999,990 won, which is approx $941 and Rs. 58,790.

LG has also announced that the smartphone will be exclusively launched in France on Orange France (telecom operator) next month. More details are yet to arrive.


LG G Flex, the first real curved smartphone from LG is soon going to get launched in Korea. LG has officially announced that the LG G Flex will go on sale in Korea from November 12th. The LG G Flex was originally announced last month, and comes with a truly flexible body, screen and even a curved battery with self-healing back. Korea Times is reporting that, LG will launch the G Flex in Europe, USA and Japan "as soon as possible".

LG G Flex

According to Korean Times report, LG is reportedly in talks with telecom operators in Japan, US and Europe to launch the G Flex. LG G Flex is the first curved smartphone in the world which will make it to the international markets, unlike the Galaxy Round, which will most probably remain a Korea exclusive.

The G Flex will launch on all three major telecom operators in South Korea, which include, SKT, KT and LG U+. There is no word on pricing.

Feature-wise, the G Flex comes with a 6-inch HD Curved Plastic OLED (Real RGB) display, 2.26GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 450MHz Adreno 330 GPU, 2GB RAM, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, 13MP rear camera with LED flash, 2.1MP front facing camera, 32GB internal storage with microSD card support, and 3,500 mAh battery. 

Connectivity series include, 4G LTE-A/LTE, 3G HSPA+, Bluetooth v4.0 with A2DP, USB 2.0 (USB 3.0 compatible), WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac and NFC.

LG G Flex

In addition to the news, a YouTube user, e mob has posted a video which shows off the flexibility of the G Flex. This video was first spotted by Engadget. You can have a look at this 15 sec video below.

Via - GSMArena & FoneArena
Update Source - NewsWire