LG G Flex

Android Central @ CES

We're live from the LG press conference this morning ahead of CES in Las Vegas, and LG has just announced that it's bendable, flexible LG G Flex smartphone will be coming to three U.S. carriers in the next couple months.

On board so far are AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint — with the latter bringing its tri-band "Spark" LTE to the table.

 
There are 11 comments

grydlok says:

Has LG improved their track record on updating phones?

NoNexus says:

No they are saying late Q1-Q2 for 4.4 update, way behind the others

luqman24 says:

What about 4.4 for the G2 that HTC has already released?

NoNexus says:

is this a dev or GPe phone?

yankeesusa says:

Very good point. They should have at least mentioned something about this. I have a feeling that those with g2 are going to be getting an update when 4.4 is surpassed by the next os. It's a shame, it really is a great phone.

How about paying attention to the phones you have already released LG and updating them?

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NoNexus says:

How now that I am researching it a bit more (since it is actually coming to the US) that is one HORRIBLE SCREEN

http://cdn.arstechnica.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/blacklight2.jpg

yankeesusa says:

And again verizon is nowhere to be seen yet they charge their customers more than anyone else. I am so glad I chose T-Mobile over verizon when I switched from Sprint.

TheMimic12 says:

And once again, Verizon prices they have the highest number of exclusive handsets, and by exclusive handsets, I mean exclusively NOT offering a handset.

Posted via my kitkat-powered machete with a Tegra 4

quailallstar says:

No Kitkat for the LG Optimus G Pro yet.... this is looking bad.

Posted from the surface of the moon using my LG Optimus G Pro on T-Mobile with 0 Death Star bloat...

NoNexus says:

yeah dont hold your breath