Fans of the G Flex line of devices in The Netherlands are soon going to get their chance at purchasing the LG G Flex 2 which was just announced back in January at CES 2015, as the phone is reported to be available in the region beginning on March 31st. We realize that's still a month away and it isn't the release date for consumers stateside, but at least it gives us a possible idea of a time frame for the U.S. release. For those in The Netherlands that are considering grabbing the LG G Flex 2 as their next smartphone, once the device hits store shelves it will end up costing consumers a price of â‚¬699 for the 16GB model.
The LG G Flex 2 will be available in a 32GB model as well but there aren't any listed prices for that variant of the device just yet. When LG launches the G Flex 2 in The Netherlands, it will be the third market to receive the phone, as it's already out in LG's native South Korea, and coming up on February 27th it's slated for a launch in Singapore. The LG G Flex 2 is a true improvement over the first model, bumping up from an HD display to a Full HD resolution, and harboring a Snapdragon 810 chipset inside with 3GB of RAM. It also boasts the same self healing back as the original if not slightly improved.
Since the LG G Flex 2 has already released in South Korea, it's the first device that has launched with Qualcomm's next generation CPU, making the G Flex 2 a rather powerful little device. It carries the OIS+ we saw on the LG G3 along with a 13MP rear facing camera and a 2.1MP camera on the front, and is also powered by a 3,000mAh battery which should be plenty for the device. There's no word just yet on a U.S. launch date but it can't be too far off now that LG has started to give dates of the launch outside its home market. Are you looking to grab one of the for yourself? Or are you waiting for a flagship from LG or another OEM?