The G Flex is one of the most intriguing products available from LG at the moment, with a 6″, flexible, curved display it’s got that ‘certain something’ that people around you will instantly want to check out when you pull your phone out. Previously only available outright through Harvey Norman, it’s now available exclusively from Optus.
The plans for the LG G Flex start at $35, with a $24.75 handset repayment (minimum Total Cost is $1,434.00 over 24 months), which includes 500MB of data and 200 minutes of talk time, as well as unlimited SMS and MMS in Australia. Or if handset repayments aren’t your thing you can get it with no handset repayments on their $100 per month plan, which includes 3GB of data as well as Unlimited Talk time and SMS/MMS.
The G Flex is a great handset, with the only downer we found when reviewing the phone, was the price of the handset. Now with the handset available on a subsidised plan, that issue is now not a problem. Check out our review of the LG G Flex.
With its radio bands, the G Flex is uniquely suited to the Optus network. The G Flex has a great list of specs :
- 6.0″ Plastic OLED HD Display at 1280×720
- 2.26GHz Quad-Core Snapdragon 800 SoC with Adreno 330 GPU
- 2GB RAM
- 32GB on-board Storage
- 13MP Rear Camera with LED Flash with HD(1280×720) video recording and 2.1MP Front-facing camera
- Bluetooth 4.0), WiFi 802.11 b/g/n Dual (2.4/5GHz), GPS, NFC, IR Remote
- 2G: 900/1800/2100/2600
- HSPA: 900/2100
- LTE: 800/1800/2600
- Android 4.2.2, Jelly Bean
- 160.5×81.6×8.7mm @ 177g
- 3,500mAh Stepped Li-Po Battery
Head on over to the Optus website for more details on the LG G Flex.