LG G Flex may fit its curves onto Sprint's shelves next year

Probably during or after CES 2014

LG G Flex

The LG G Flex is already available in South Korea, various other parts of Asia and is making its way

However, notorious leakster @evleaks chirped up that Sprint will soon offer the curved phone, though pricing specifics weren't released.

Aside from Sprint, it's expected that AT&T and T-Mobile will also carry the G Flex. Hopefully these carriers will offer a lower price than the current bank breaking amount in Korea - 999,900 Korean Won (about $940).

It's also possible LG will unleash the LG G Flex beast during the fast approaching CES 2014 tech event, considering various rumors have pointed to an early 2014 release.

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LG G Flex

Can you handle the curves?

The G Flex is the first curved phone from LG and boasts a 6-inch curved OLED screen, a 2.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM and a 13-megapixel camera.

Not to forget, it's also been touted as a self-healing device where the rear case can supposedly heal itself when scratched.

In the meantime, rumors of a 90-degree bending LG G Flex 2 are already floating around the 'net.