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At the Seoul LG G3 press event, LG announced that they would be releasing the G Flex 2 and Vu 4 sometime in the later part of 2014. Details, pricing, and availability were not announced.
LG's gently curved and slightly flexible handset, the G Flex, will launch in the first of over twenty European markets next month, as the company expands availability of the device beyond Asia.
LG's curved smartphone, the G Flex which was launched last month in South Korea will get an international launch after all. It will go on sale in early December in France with other markets to follow.
LG has finally officially announced their take on a curved smartphone, following Samsung. Their device will also only be available in South Korea -at least initially- on all three major carriers.