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LG G Flex for Sprint reaches the FCC

Jon Fingas, @jonfingas
November 20, 2013
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Americans pining after LG's G Flex may not have to pick up the curvy smartphone from AT&T if and when it arrives stateside. A new FCC filing has revealed the LS995, a variant of the G Flex that's likely destined for Sprint. In addition to sporting the same giant dimensions as the AT&T-friendly D959 model, the LS995 includes both CDMA as well as Sprint's three native LTE bands (800MHz, 1,900MHz and 2,500MHz). It's still not clear just when LG might release the G Flex in the US, but the rapid succession of FCC approvals suggests that the company is gearing up for a launch in the near future.

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