On Tuesday, AT&T made the LG G Flex available for pick-up in-store and available online for purchase. So no more pre-orders on the LG G Flex for AT&T. The LG G Flex is a pretty interesting device, and it's going to be even more interesting to see how well it sells on AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. Both Sprint and AT&T are selling the G Flex for $299 on contract, however AT&T is the only one not taking pre-orders now. The full price of the LG G Flex is $694.99, for those looking to grab it without grabbing a contract.
The specs of the LG G Flex are very similar to the G2, which we all know is a powerhouse. It features a 6-inch flexible 720p POLED display, Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, 13MP and 2MP shooters with OIS for the back shooter, 3500mAh battery and Android 4.2.2 on board. LG also has a self-healing back on this one which isn't perfect, but I honestly don't expect it to be perfect on the first go 'round. It's also featuring the back buttons that we all know and love or hate. So you've got the volume rocker and power button on the back.
The Sprint and T-Mobile variants of the LG G Flex should be launching this week, and we have one on the way for review. So if you're waiting to read our review before deciding on if you're going to pick up a G Flex on your preferred carrier, you'll need to wait just a bit longer. But it's definitely a cool device, and unlike Samsung and the Galaxy Round, it's actually making it outside of their homeland of Korea. Which is nice to see, even if the LG G Flex is crazy expensive outright.
How many of you out there on AT&T are thinking about grabbing the LG G Flex? Be sure to let us know down below in the comments.