Recent rumor points the release of LG G Flex, a 6-inch curved phablet in U.S. soon on Sprint, T-Mobile and AT&T. Adding more to that rumor, the smartphones FCC appearance shows that the device supports the LTE band of AT&T and T-Mobile.
So, the release of the LG G Flex, a Galaxy Round competitor, much more than that, is confirmed in United States and it would arrive in this shopping season. The curved phablet will be in U.S. under the model umber LG D959 with the LTE band 17 as well as 4 to support the both carriers said above. The listing in FCC also revels some information such as the G Flex to come with quad-band GSM, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, GPS, WiFi (802.11a/ac/b/g/n and most of the other specifications, which we reported recently:
Regarding the specifications part, LG G Flex is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800 2.26GHz quad-core processor with Adreno 330 GPU as well as 2GB of RAM and runs LG’s customized UI over the Android4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS. It comes with 32GB internal storage space along with the expandable microSD card slot. It comes with the best-in-class rear camera with 13-megapixel sensor and the connectivity part is complete with Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi, LTE-A, LTE, HSPA+, GSM, USB 3.0 and NFC.
Unlike the Samsung Galaxy Round, LG Flex was demonstrated as the real flexible smartphone, which can be made straight with some hard push on the table on both edges. LG seems to be in hurry to improve its quarterly financial earnings and the LG G2 said to be the other successful smartphone from the company to lift the earnings.
In thorough search inside the FCC listing, we are unable to find the LTE band of Sprint yet. Stay tuned on TND for more updates.