The LG G Flex was launched in India back in December and the company had revealed that the device will be made available in February for a price that lies somewhere between Rs 60,000 and Rs 65,000. Then last week, we came across a tweet by a retailer who said that the device will start retailing in the first week of February. And now, we can confirm that the smartphone has been made available through a shopping portal for a price that’s just under Rs 70,000.
We also heard that although it will be priced at Rs 69,990, it will be up for grabs for a best buy rate of Rs 66,900. But as of now, the G Flex is only available for the original amount. The curvaceous gadget is pretty flexible and even boasts of a self-healing rear panel that can automatically get rid of unwanted scrapes and scratches.
A lot of proprietary features, including Knock Knock that wakes up the screen when you tap on it twice and Answer Me to let you take calls by only lifting it, have been loaded in the phone. The LG device boasts of a 6-inch POLED touchscreen and facilitates video conferencing via a 2.1MP webcam. A 13MP rear-facing snapper has also been fitted on the gadget.
The LG G Flex has been listed on Snapdeal for Rs 69,990.
Key specs of the phone:
– 6-inch POLED touchscreen
– Android 4.2
– 13MP camera, 2.1MP webcam
– 2.2GHz quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 SoC
– 2GB RAM
– 32GB storage
– 3500mAh curved battery