f you've been holding your breath for LG's bended, adaptable LG G Flex and actually, the to a degree less amazing Optimus F3q to come to Magenta, then you won't need to hold up any longer. T-Mobile affirmed today that both smartphones will be accessible beginning on February fifth online and at retailers.
The G Flex is up for preorder on T-Mobile's site now. At&t has as of recently proclaimed its plan to carry this remarkable phone and its 6-inch bended screen to the States, and the Ma Bell rendition will be accessible only one day sooner. The G Flex has specs and an essential plan that match the leader LG G2, incorporating a Snapdragon 800 processor, 2gb of RAM, a 13mp back Polaroid, back force and volume catches and 32gb of space. What's more obviously, the form curves and flexes, and a covering on the back board can slowly recuperate little scratches. That said, the swanky new screen has a few disservices, beginning with the 720p determination. Read our audit to get all the items. T-Mobile is additionally doling out six months of Netflix access with the G Flex.
The QWERTY slider phone is an uncommon monster nowadays, and aficionados of the structure consider likely won't be passed up whatever remains of the equipment on the Optimus F3q. The point when the unit was released a month ago we didn't know a great part of the fittings portions, and T-Mobile is just discussing its 4-inch screen and 5mp back Polaroid in the press discharge. A full spec sheet incorporates 1gb of RAM, 4gb of space and a Microsd card opening, Android 4.1, and a respectable 2460mah electric cell. The F3q is practically indistinguishable to Verizon's LG Enact. The individuals who are trusting for a high-fueled QWERTY phone will simply need to continue trusting.