LG still hasn’t discussed its official pricing for the G Flex 2, but a recent posting on Amazon’s German website may have spilled just how much the new smartphone will cost. Assuming the post is correct, the G Flex 2 could be significantly cheaper than LG’s first flexible smartphone, which retailed for $299 with a two-year contract.
According to the Amazon page, which was quickly pulled after Droid-Life spotted the leak, the G Flex 2 will cost 599 Euros off-contract. The seller was listed as LG Electronics, which suggests this could be the real deal. So how much will it cost for U.S. shoppers? Well, it’s possible that number could carry over directly to $599 unlocked in America, though the current conversion rate brings that price up past $700. Either way, we’re hoping it means the phone will cost around $199 on-contract.
If LG can get the price down to $199 on-contract, it will deliver high-end flagship specs including a Snapdragon 810 processor and a unique display at a more affordable price point than competitors with unique screen technology, like the Galaxy Note Edge, which currently sells for $399.99 with a two-year AT&T contract.