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LG G Flex 2 Arrives on AT&T and is Expensive

News by Luke Jones on Tuesday April 21, 2015.

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G Flex 2
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The LG G Flex 2 was the first full flagship quality smartphone of the year, and was the first to rock Qualcomm's new 64-bit Snapdragon 810. The device oozes plenty of quality and of course is also features that curved screen look that is unique in the market at the moment. If you are interested in grabbing the G Flex 2, you can now get it through AT&T in the United States.

The handset has already been available on Sprint and US Cellular, but will now be available on the larger AT&T network. As this is a top line smartphone with the innovative curved glass, AT&T is selling the G Flex 2 for a premium of $299.99 on a two year service agreement or $708.99 upfront. There are other options, such as the company's Next program for $0 down with several monthly payment options.

Over 30 months consumers can pay $23.64, over 24 months $29.45, and over 20 monthly instalments of $35.45. That is all certainly very pricey and you can get the G Flex with Sprint for a significantly more affordable, available for $199.99 over two years or $504 upfront, a full $200 cheaper than the AT&T variant.

The overall specs read as, Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 processor, a 2.0GHz clock speed in tow and coupled with 2GB of fast DDR4 RAM, I would have preferred at least 3GB if not 4GB. There are 16 or 32GB of expandable on-board storage depending on the variant you have, while there is a 3000 mAh juicer. The device will be well connected with 4G / LTE / HSPA+ 21/42 Mbps, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth Smart Ready (Apt-X) 4.1, NFC, SlimPort, A-GPS / Glonass, and USB 2.0.

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