We have already seen the LG G Flex being put up for pre-order at three different mobile carriers here in the US, namely Sprint, T-Mobile and AT&T, but what about our friends who happen to live across the pond? Well, here is some news for you – the LG G Flex has been slated to arrive at over 20 countries in Europe. Touted to be the first smartphone in the world that was specially designed to follow the curve of the human face (reminds you of the banana phone from Nokia?), it will hit select markets in Europe next month, including the U.K., Germany, France, Italy, Sweden and Austria, among others.
At this point in time, the LG G Flex happens to have rolled out in Asia – namely South Korea, Hong Kong and Singapore, and it will head to the US sometime later this quarter, too. I suppose once the LG G Flex arrives in Europe, it will start to make its way to other markets elsewhere in the world.
Just to recap, the LG G Flex comes with a 6” display that is made out of Plastic OLED (P-OLED) in order to allow it to bend. Not only that, the innards aren’t all that straight either, as the LG G Flex would also feature the first curved battery in the world, as well as a self-healing coating on the back cover, as it remains immune to minor scratches and nicks. This special handset also boasts of user-centric UX features including QTheatre, Dual Window and Swing Lockscreen. [Press Release]