There's no doubt that the LG G Flex is one of the more unique Android devices we've played with recently, thanks to its curved display, self-healing back and uncanny ability to change its shape. Until now, you've only been able to get it in a couple Asian countries or through an online importer, but it's obviously wowed execs in the US wireless industry -- AT&T has formally announced its intent to carry the G Flex as part of its lineup. In addition, LG just revealed at its live CES 2014 event that the handset will come to Sprint and T-Mobile in the same time frame. The specs will largely be the same as the Korean version, although LTE compatibility in the US is something that we weren't able to enjoy in our initial review. None of the carriers are ready to talk specifics about price or availability yet, but AT&T and LG told us that we could expect it sometime in the first quarter of this year; T-Mobile will have more details to share in the coming weeks. As for how much it'll cost you, we wouldn't count on it being cheap at first: After all, the Korean version goes for more than $900 (unsubsidized) right now.
LG's curved G Flex phone comes to AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile later this quarter
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