£600 price tag on LG G Flex, hitting Europe in December

Jamie Feltham
November 8, 2013

LG’s very first curved smartphone, the LG G Flex, is soon to launch in South Korea. To be specific, the handset will launch in the company’s home turf on November 12th (Tuesday next week), with a £600 price tag (999,900 Korean Won) attached to it.

Originally we were sceptical that the phone would see release outside of Korea, but it looks like it will indeed be coming to Europe. The company announced that the handset will be coming to Organge France in about a month’s time. That sets it for December, then.

As for the rest of Europe, there’s no word. Though it’s only a trip across the channel away from us, so it’s not hard to see it launching here too. No word on the US, sadly.

The £600 phone comes with a six-inch OLED display, 2GB of RAM, a 13MP camera and a screen that apparently heals itself. It’s rival, the Samsung Galaxy Round, is yet to make the trip overseas.

Source: Engadget

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