LG 6-inch curved display smartphone was officially announced in October 2013, packing a 2.26GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor, 2GB of RAM and 3500mAh curved battery, as well as a 13-megapixel rear camera and 2.1-megapixel front camera.

The LG G Flex is already available in Asia, but the company says it's now on its way to the UK, so where can you get it?

We have rounded up the retailers and networks stocking the handset and we will update this feature as more information becomes available.

Carphone Warehouse is offering the LG G Flex and pre-order is open now on its website.

You can pick the handset up for an upfront cost of £49, followed by 24 monthly payments of £57 on a 4G contract. This will give you unlimited UK minutes and texts, as well as 8GB of data on O2.

You can also pick it up SIM-free for £689.95 but there is no word on when you will receive your order.

EE announced an exclusive deal with LG to present the LG G Flex in several of its stores up and down the country in the run up to Christmas.

Although the handset won't be on sale with EE until the European launch, the network has confirmed they will be offering it.

Expansys is also offering the LG G Flex, although again no details on when it will arrive have been announced.

You can pre-order it on the Expansys website for £689.99 SIM-free, but it says you won't be charged until you confirm you still want the product when the stock arrives.

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