LG has officially confirmed that its new mobile phone – the G Flex – will start rolling out to 20 European markets.
The company has said that, starting from next month, a number of countries will be able to get their hands on the bendy device.
Up until now, the LG G Flex has only been available in its Korean homeland but it will now go on sale in the UK, as well as Germany, France, Italy, Sweden, Austria. The device has been open to pre-orders since the start of the year, but it has taken until now for the company to announce its plans for Europe.
As far as other markets go, the company recently announced at the CES 2014 that the LG G Flex will go on sale in the US, though specific dates have not yet been confirmed.
The handset comes with a 2.26GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset, 2GB of RAM and a 3,500mAh battery.
Posted by Samantha Green