LG's G Flex will head to US next year
CNET has confirmed that the US market will get the curved Android smartphone, but it's still unclear which carriers will sell the phone.
The unique curved phone will be heading to the US, according to a person familiar with the phone's launch plans.
It's still unclear which carriers will actually sell the G Flex, but Twitter account @evleaks -- which has demonstrated an accurate track record of product scoops -- said earlier on Wednesday that it "confirmed" the phone would head to AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile.
LG G Flex confirmed for AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile.— @evleaks (@evleaks) November 13, 2013
AT&T and T-Mobile declined to comment on the speculation. CNET contacted LG's US arm, as well as Sprint for comment, and we'll update the story when either company responds.
The G Flex made a splash not only for its curved display, but its "self-healing" backing that supposedly fixes scratches in seconds. In some cases, the Wolverine-like body garnered even more interest than the unique display.
LG, meanwhile, has steadily built buzz for its products. Beyond the G Flex, it also manufactured the