At Amazon.de you can preorder the G Flex2 for €599. Sadly, a specific shipping date isn't specified yet. That's quite cheap compared to the original G Flex, which cost some €850 in the first days of its availability.
Vodafone UK also recently announced its plans to launch the phone on its network. However, Vodafone's Coming Soon page makes no mention of launch date or anything about exclusivity. According to chatter on the internet Verizon UK will launch the bendy flagship by the end of next month and will have exclusivity for six weeks.
The LG G Flex2 comes with an improved and smaller-than-before 5.5" 1080p P-OLED display and a Snapdragon 810 chipset with 2GB of RAM. At the back, there's a 13MP shooter with dual-LED flash, while a 2.1MP camera at the front takes care of selfies.
Don't forget to check out our extended hands-on impressions of the LG G Flex2 from the CES 2015 floor.
Dont buy it now! it appears that the chipset 810 has a problem
too expensive... that's a pitty
Which smartphone do you use ? I want a smartphone like that.