LG G Flex

A big price for the latest big phone

If you're looking for a big, bendy phone and T-Mobile is your preferred network, you'll be happy to know the LG G Flex is now available for all from the carrier. Right on time, the phone is available online (and presumably in-store as well) for a pretty hefty price tag — $672 outright, or $28 per month if you choose to finance along with your Simple Choice Plan.

That's one of the more expensive devices in the T-Mobile lineup, but doesn't seem to be out of the usual for this handset across different carriers and countries. You're definitely getting great specs — and a few novel features — for that money, but there's still a tad bit of a premium being paid. Hit the source link below to buy yours now.

Source: T-Mobile

 
There are 17 comments

hmmm says:

Wow, one of these or two nexus/Moto x phones. You'd have to really want that curve...

Deke218 says:

...or a phone that isn't boring as hell.

NoNexus says:

Or a camera... Or battery life...

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barondebxl says:

Lmao! Exactly

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eahinrichsen says:

I don't know why people are flipping out about this thing's price. It's a gigantic phone with a brand new technology. What did you expect?

NoNexus says:

+1

keith2k1 says:

+1

Pirate Arr says:

Not exactly new technology at all but overrated yes

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l00natic71 says:

How many other phones have flexible displays?

quailallstar says:

That's a lot of coin

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lostmind01 says:

Just got mine opening now

zack w says:

How is it thus far?

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The LG G2 would of been a better choice..I mean the phone is unique but the resolution/ppi is horrible on the g flex

eszklar says:

No. Just no.

keith2k1 says:

Why say no?

jlczl says:

Because it's too much money for technology very few people care about.

Hand_O_Death says:

My LG G2 is $20 a month and fits flat in my pocket with better specs. The Mrs. Note 3 is $29 a month.