Amazon sells LG G6+ Prime Exclusive phone with 128GB storage for crazy low $410 (today only)
If you can’t decide which of the three aforementioned high-enders you should buy right now, Amazon is here to... further complicate your decision-making process with a sweet one-day LG G6+ deal.
Why would you even consider the outdated 5.7-incher, originally released back in the spring of 2017 powered by an even older Snapdragon 821 processor? Well, for one thing, this Plus model offers a whopping 128 gigs of internal storage space.
Second, and most importantly, because the phone is pretty crazy affordable for the next few hours. It only costs $409.99 with a beautiful 2880 x 1440 “Full Vision” screen in tow, as well as dual 13MP rear-facing cameras, 4GB RAM, a decent 3,300 mAh battery, IP68 water and dust resistance, military-grade durability, Hi-Fi Quad DAC sound, and Android 8.0 Oreo software.
It’s fairly obvious the handset will also receive an Android 9 Pie update (someday), and since Amazon sells the LG G6+ brand-new, unused, and untouched, you get not only a standard 12-month warranty, but a free “second year promise” as well.
The unlocked LG G6+ is fully compatible with GSM networks like AT&T and T-Mobile, as well as the CDMA technology-using Verizon, but (and this can be a big but) you’ll need a Prime membership to take advantage of the deal. Otherwise, the “standard version” fetches a not-so-great $525.