The LG G Flex 2 is now officially available to buy in both the US and the UK. Before today, the curved phone was up for grabs in LG's native South Korea, but now its international footprint has expanded.
In the US you can only find it at Sprint for the moment, this being the first carrier to offer it. If you want to buy a G Flex 2 from Sprint you need to pay $199.99 if you get a new two-year contract.
The other option is to use Sprint's installment plan, which means you pay $0 (plus tax) upfront, then followed by 24 monthly payments of $21. That all adds up to $504, in case you were wondering.
Sprint has two color versions of the G Flex 2, Platinum Silver and Volcano Red. The latter is exclusive to the carrier.
Across the pond in the UK, you can order an LG G Flex 2 from Carphone Warehouse, following a pretty long pre-order period. Over there the phone is only available in black right now.
If you want to purchase one SIM-free, that will cost you £529.99. Otherwise, you can pick a 24-month contract from an operator and get the phone for free - for plans starting at £34.50 per month. That particular option is offered by Vodafone and it comes with 600 minutes, unlimited texts, and 1GB of 4G data each month. As always, there are many other choices to pick from.
LG G Flex 2 is another product of LG . I wish it will be better then their privious products.
With LG not fixing the 810 processor overheating, thus causing thermal throttling and severe lag, the Flex 2 is DOA in the USA. No one will touch this phone, not for $500+. I hope LG is ready to reduce the price to below $400 if they want to compete ...