LG G Flex and Optimus F3Q land at T-Mobile on February 5
T-Mobile has announced two new LG-made Android-powered smartphones today, the G Flex and the Optimus F3Q. We’ve already known that the G Flex was headed to T-Mobile, ever since the beginning of this year, and now the magenta carrier has finally made its plans regarding this curved device public – following in the footsteps of Sprint and AT&T, who have both been taking pre-orders for a few days.
Now T-Mobile joins them. You can already pre-order an LG G Flex from the ‘uncarrier’ if you go to this page. You won’t have to pay anything for the device upfront, but once you get it you face 24 monthly payments of $28 to settle things. As this is T-Mobile we’re talking about, wireless service isn’t tied to the phone – you can cancel at any time, but when you do the balance for the G Flex becomes due.
The LG G Flex will become available at T-Mobile on February 5, which is next Wednesday.
Also officially presented today is the LG Optimus F3Q, a QWERTY-endowed smartphone that we’ve seen leaked a couple of times so far. This one is for those who simply can’t give up physical keyboards with loads of buttons, though unfortunately it can’t match the G Flex’s high end specs.
The Optimus F3Q will also launch on February 5, and it will be offered for $0 down upfront, and then 24 monthly payments of $13.