LG G Flex headed to AT&T, T-Mobile – report

LG G Flex headed to AT&T, T-Mobile – report

AT&T and T-Mobile are the first two carriers in line to offer the recently introduced LG G Flex smartphone. According to a recent tweet from @evleaks, the pair of GSM-based carriers will support the device under the model numbers of D950 (AT&T) and D959 (T-Mobile). It’s not immediately clear when either will introduce the smartphone but with CES taking place in a matter of days we might expect press releases in the near future.

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