Only last week we informed you that the LG G Flex is arriving in the US through three of the major carriers in the country and now the device has been spotted in the FCC database that verifies its compatibility with LTE bands of AT&T and T-Mobile. Sprint is yet to seek FCC’s approval for selling its variant stateside.
Engadget spotted the LG device in the said database and it reports that the phone compliant with LTE Band 17 and Band 4 is indeed headed to the two aforementioned carriers. The smartphone with a vertical arc will come with all the usual features such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, GPS and quad-band GSM support. Its specifications and features will obviously remain the same.
Apart from the device’s exterior, some of its internal components adopt a curvy form factor as well. The LG Chem battery especially designed for the phone is one of them and has a capacity of 3500mAh to keep the gadget going for an entire day at least. Another advantage is that the handset’s back panel has self-healing properties and gets rid of scratches on its own.
Here we have jotted down some of the key specifications of the G Flex:
– 6-inch POLED HD curved touchscreen
– Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2
– 13MP primary camera
– 2.1MP front snapper
– 2.26GHz quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor
– Adreno 330 GPU
– 2GB RAM
– 32GB onboard memory
– 3500mAh battery
The LG G Flex is available in South Korea and will hit store shelves in Europe before the end of this year. Its US availability information is not clear though.