To take pictures, the G Flex 2 comes with a 13MP camera on the back with Dual LED flash and 4K quality video recording. A secondary camera is available in front with a 2.1MP sensor. On the back of the device is a fast-charging non-removable 3000mAh Li-Po battery with a self-healing back panel cover. Colors available include Platinum Silver and Flamenco Red. At the time of its release, the price of the G Flex 2 was $500 (CDMA model) and a little over $700 (GSM AT&T model).
A year later and the price has dropped significantly. For a limited period, you can get an unlocked LG G Flex 2 from AT&T for only $199.99 shipped from Daily Steals. Just like when it was first introduced, the device runs on Android 5.0 Lollipop. There are reports, however, that a Marshmallow update for the G Flex 2 is in the works. But since the device is dependent on AT&T for software updates, you might not be able to get Android 6.0 on the device if you take it to another carrier.
This is quite a big steal so if you've been considering getting the device, now is the best opportunity to buy it. Although the phone is technically new, you might be surprised to find that the box has already been opened. AT&T however explains that this was done in order to unlock the phone. There's no word on how this will impact warranty so it may be wise to check with Daily Steals before you order.
Source: Daily Steals