It has a self-healing coating; a large, flexible display, and plenty of personality. If you want theon AT&T, though, it won't come cheap.
Starting April 24, AT&T will sell the curved smartphone in silver for $300 on-contract -- $100 more than rival carrier Sprint.
The phone's full retail cost comes to $709 on AT&T, which is more than $200 higher than what Sprint is asking for the same device.
AT&T fans can scoop up the G Flex 2 with Next rate plans. At $0 down, qualified buyers have the following options:
- AT&T Next 24: $23.64 per month over 30 months
- AT&T Next 18: $$29.55 per month over 24 months
- AT&T Next 12: $35.45 per month over 20 months
Powered by Android 5.0 Lollipop, the phone boasts a number of top tier-specifications including an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor and 13-megapixel rear camera.
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