The LG G Flex 2 could come in with a more affordable price point than its predecessor, or so it might appear. According to a listing on Amazon.de, the new flagship handset is listed with an off-contract cost of EUR 599 or shakes out to around $600 US. Cheaper than the first generation by about $100, it likely will bring the contract price down as well. As some may recall, the first G Flex ran $299 with a two-year agreement when it first launched.

Price point aside, we’ve been very impressed with what we’ve seen in the G Flex 2. Pictures and specs don’t do this one justice; it’s truly a gorgeous device and one we can’t wait to get our hands on. Throw in this rumored lower cost and we’re really feeling it. How about you?

via PhoneArena

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