LG G Flex 2 to land in South Korea on January 30

The LG G Flex 2 was arguably one of the most intriguing announcements to come out of CES, and now it looks like the Korean manufacturer is gearing up to release the phone in its domestic market. The company says it will release the phone in Korea on January 30 for a price of 800,000 won (roughly 738 US dollars).

If you're wondering about LG's ambitions for releasing its curvaceous piece of hardware across the world, there isn't much news on that front. The company simply states that the phone will see a release sometime after it is set free in its domestic market. However, we do know that AT&T and Sprint, along with U.S. Cellular and Vodafone will be among those to offer the device.

If you somehow missed all of our crazy CES coverage and want to know more about the LG's latest, you can find our hands-on with the device, and much more from that nifty little device box to the right.

Source: LG (Korean)

Dan Thorp-Lancaster
  • anyone know if it'll work on Rogers' LTE-A spectrum? or is that LTE-A different from the one in Korea?
  • Like everything except the glossy-like back. Also in my opinion, this device should have come out
    last year Nov or Dec. and compete with note 4.
  • So.. any SD810 overheating issue to be investigated? Posted via the Android Central App
  • What is very intriguing particularly, is the literal flexibility of the device. bravo, LG.
  • I'm wondering if the G Flex being a high end device is the start of LG putting out a tick-tock hardware cycle like Samsung has been doing with their Galaxy S and Note lines. I can see the Flex and the G series being that kind of thing.