The V40 ThinQ - LG's newest high-end smartphone - is now available unlocked in the US. At the moment, only Best Buy has the unlocked LG V40 ThinQ in stock, while retailer B&H is accepting pre-orders and will release the handset later this week, on October 26.
Both Best Buy and B&H are taking $200 off the regular price of the unlocked LG V40 ThinQ. This means you can purchase the phone for $749.99 instead of $949.99. The new handset also comes with a free 256 GB SanDisk microSD card, although a couple of conditions have to be met for this - you need to buy the V40 ThinQ before, or on November 2, and register it on LG's website (see the third source link below). This registration also automatically enrolls you into the LG Second Year Promise Program, which provides 1 extra year of warranty for free.
In case you're wondering, the unlocked LG V40 ThinQ is compatible with all relevant US mobile operators, including Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint. The smartphone runs Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box and will certainly be upgraded to Android 9 Pie (although it remains to be seen when). For a closer look at the new device and its features, feel free to read our LG V40 ThinQ review.