LG V30S ThinQ gets another price cut in the US
Back in April, when the LG V30S ThinQ first became available for pre-order in the US, it was quite expensive, costing $929. Fortunately, the phone's price was cut to $729.99 before launch, and, as of today, the device is even cheaper.
B&H is currently selling the LG V30S ThinQ for $679.99 - that's $250 off the handset's initial price. At this moment, B&H is the only retailer that offers the official US variant of the V30S ThinQ (which obviously comes with US warranty, including 1 extra year of coverage for free). The smartphone is unlocked and compatible with all major US carriers: Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint.
The LG V30S ThinQ has most of the features that last year's LG V30 is offering, but it's superior thanks to the fact that it comes with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage space (instead of 4 GB and 64 GB, respectively).
With the newer (and more powerful) LG G7 ThinQ now available to pre-order starting at $750, it makes sense for the V30S ThinQ to cost less, doesn't it? If you're interested in getting this phone, you can find it at the source link below.