LG's bendy mobile phone has finally opened up pre-orders for the UK but to get one will cost you a small fortune.
Carphone Warehouse is accepting pre-orders for the LG G Flex and is offering tariffs from £57 for the handset. However, without a contract, the smartphone will set you back £689.
The six-inch curved device is yet to be officially released in the UK, though many speculate that it will start rolling-out next month (February).
If you can stump up the best part of £700, you will get yourself a pretty decent smartphone. The quad-core handset brings 2GB RAM, 13-megapixel camera, 4G support and plenty of power.
The LG G Flex first went on sale in November in its homeland of Korea, with France getting its hands on the smartphone last month (December).
Although EE had said it would be stocking the device from February, no specific date has been confirmed for the handset's UK dates.
Posted by Simon Thomas