By Anton D. Nagy | December 16, 2013 3:37 AM
The Samsung Galaxy Round turned out to be more of a “proof of concept” device, with limited availability. Then the LG G Flex was announced, this time, with the right curvature — but it all comes down to personal preference after all — and we’ve heard news back last month that the phone is expected to be on the line-up of most US carriers, including AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile.
On that very same note, you can see above an alleged press render of the LG G Flex for Sprint, courtesy of @evleaks. The model number is said to be LS995, and we’ve already seen the phone drop by at the FCC. Good news is that there’s no carrier branding on the front (and we hope things will stay this way) but we’re quite positive the Now Network will place its stamp on the self-healing back. There’s no word on actual availability and pricing, but with the press render out, it shouldn’t take long.
Source: @evleaks (Twitter)