LG's curved smartphone, the G Flex, is heading to the US. On stage at CES today, LG announced that AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile will all begin carrying the G Flex this quarter. Pricing and exact availability haven't been announced yet, but interested buyers will want to hope that the carriers offer a sizable subsidy: off-contract, it's been going for around $940. Whether there will be a lot of interested buyers is another question though. While its curves are certainly impressive, there's nothing on the phone that takes advantage of them, and we found LG's Android customization to be more of a detriment than an improvement. Whether it succeeds or not, it's never a bad thing to see an adventurous new device get wide support from carriers.