T-Mobile taking pre-orders for LG G Flex; will launch Feb. 5th

The LG G Flex, the Android smartphone with a curved display, is finally coming to the U.S. After first being announced in October by LG, T-Mobile has announced it has started taking pre-orders for the phone, with an official launch planned for February 5th.

Today's press announcement states that T-Mobile will offer its Simple Choice Plan for the LG G Flex, pricing it with $0 down and $28 a month for 24 months. Customers can pay $672 up front to do away with the additional monthly charge. T-Mobile will also offer six free months of Netflix with the purchase of the LG G Flex.

The handset's curved 6-inch display has a 720p resolution. Inside, it has a Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core processor with a clock speed of 2.3 GHz, along with 2 GB of RAM, 32 GB of on-board storage and a 13 megapixel rear camera.

T-Mobile has also announced plans to sell the LG Optimus F3Q on Feb. 5th. The budget priced 4-inch handset offers users a sliding QWERTY keyboard along with a 1.2 GHz dual core processor, 1 GB of RAM and 4 GB of storage. T-Mobile will sell the phone for $0 down and $13 a month for 24 months or $312 for an off-contract price.

Source: T-Mobile | Images via T-Mobile

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Flexible would be nice, so when my fat ass sits on it I won't instantly realize it every single time...guess you gotta start somewhere so we get this nonsense

I love QWERTY keyboards on my phones, but with these specs, I wasn't willing to spend more than $150 for this phone. Currently many phones with equal or better specs are going for $100 cheaper.

It'll sit in your pocket awkwardly, and I believe cases will be more difficult to make with the curved design. This is more of a 'Look what we can do' phone with no real usefulness of the curve in the screen.

meh, I like the flat design. Yea, this conforms to your face better, but it isnt needed. Reviews/screens look pretty good and not distorted as much as you would think.