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LG’s much-vaunted G Flex, the company’s first phone to pack a flexible display, is set to make its international debut next month. The curved-screen wonder has been available in the company’s native South Korea since early November.

A special media event, detailing plans for the device’s global rollout, will be held on December 3rd in Hong Kong. Orange's French division has already said it’ll be selling the G Flex across the pond ahead of Christmas.

While no mention has been made of a UK release, LG’s keenness to expand its brand should see the blower hit these shores very soon too. US users, however, will have to wait until next year, with networks saying they’ll stock the G Flex from early 2014.

The curved phone has caused something of a stir since it was first revealed. The 6-inch phablet bends from top to bottom and can ‘heal’ any scratches it picks up on its rear casing.


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