A couple of days ago we learned that the unique LG G Flex will hit 20 European markets, but there was no exact launch date or pricing info. News from the same day revealed the G Flex's US pricing - $300 with contract – which set expectations of a high Euro price.
The flexible, curved phablet has started appearing on websites of European retailer with a February 1 launch date. The pricing in the UK from Carphone Warehouse starts at a relatively low £50 for the device but that's paired with a contract with a steep monthly fee of £57 (that's on O2). There's a better offer for upgraders – nothing upfront and £42 a month.
SIM-free prices in the UK run pretty high – Amazon UK is asking £590, while Expansys is running the pre-order at £690. Phones4u has a news article about the G Flex coming to the UK but no pricing yet.
We also dug up the LG G Flex in Germany for some euro prices - €850 to be precise from Amazon. There's also an offer from NotebooksBillinger at €900. There are a few cheaper offerings - €750 on Amazon France but be careful with those as that's the South Korean model (F340).
Before you commit your hard earned cash, make sure to read our review of the LG G Flex as there are things you should be aware of (like the less than stellar screen quality).