Sprint LG G Flex 2 Release Date is March 13 with Pre-orders Starting Now

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LG G Flex 2 is one of the most anticipated Android base devices this year. The second generation of LG G Flex comes with great promises that include high end specs and various dedicated features. Now, since the first model of this device wasn’t such a big success, as LG might have expected, we are also curios in seeing how users will respond to the latest G Flex 2 commercials.

Anyhow, in US Sprint will be among the first carriers to release the LG G Flex 2. The retail already announced that the phone will be official made available starting from next month – the exact release date is March 13 in case you are planning in getting this Android powered smartphone. Moreover, if you are really excited, then you can choose to pre order the Sprint G Flex 2 right away; all you have to do is to access the official Sprint website from where you have to register with your own account in order to book your new phone.

As for the prices offers here is what you need to know: Sprint announced that LG G Flex 2 can be purchased in different ways; thus, you can get the phone for free if you agree to pay a monthly $21 for 24 months, or you can sign a new two year contract and get the smartphone for $199. The SIM free variant of LG G Flex 2 is priced at $504, but if you will pre order one from Sprint you will also get a free Quick Circle case worth $59.99.

Now, as a reminder, LG G Flex 2 specs and features are including a 5.5 inch display with Gorilla Glass 3, an octa core processor (Snapdragon 810), a 13 MP camera on the back and a 3.000 mAh battery. Of course the phone is featuring a flexible display, Glance View, fast-charging battery, Android 5.0 Lollipop right of the box and lot more.

So, what do you say, are you interested in buying the LG G Flex 2 from Sprint? Do share your thoughts with us by using the comments field from below.

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