LG G7 Fit discreetly goes up for sale in the US with upper mid-range specs
LG G7 Fit has finally seen daylight after all this time in the US with little to no fanfare. The Snapdragon 821-powered 6.1-incher is exclusively up for grabs at Best Buy for $429.99 unlocked. While the retailer fails to list the carriers this device is supported on, LG's official website mentions both GSM and CDMA connectivity, which means you should be able to get it to work with everyone from AT&T and T-Mobile to Sprint and Verizon.What might be even more surprising is that the upper mid-range
As the name suggests, this bad boy is closely related to the high-end G7 ThinQ. In fact, the two look practically identical on the outside, which is not necessarily a bad thing... as long as you're willing to embrace the notch. The G7 Fit is made almost entirely from shiny glass, with its 6.1-inch IPS LCD screen also capable of a rather impressive (for this price bracket) 3120 x 1440 resolution. Of course, the 3,000 mAh battery size is hardly remarkable, even by mid-range standards, with a mediocre 32 gigs of internal storage space on deck as well.
After all, that Snapdragon 821 processor might be old, but it's still faster than, say, the Snapdragon 636 found inside the similarly priced Sony Xperia 10 Plus. Besides, Best Buy is advertising a discount of up to $100 with "qualified" activation, which oddly enough, is not available just yet.