Unlocked LG G7+ ThinQ with 6GB RAM costs $630 in latest eBay deal

Unlocked LG G7+ ThinQ with 6GB RAM costs $630 in latest eBay deal
The LG G7 ThinQ is clearly not the world’s most original high-end Android smartphone, and even though the 6.1-incher has only been available stateside for a couple of months, you can already buy an arguably prettier and sharper device from the same manufacturer.

Of course, the V35 ThinQ is also significantly costlier, especially outside various promotional periods. Unfortunately, that sweet B&H deal on the unlocked G7 ThinQ has recently expired as well, while Amazon currently lists both the “Aurora Black” and “Platinum Grey” models as “temporarily out of stock.”

Luckily, trusted eBay seller Never MSRP comes to the rescue of bargain hunters interested in this particular Snapdragon 845-powered handset, charging $629.99 for factory unlocked Aurora Black and Moroccan Blue versions. You won’t get a standard US warranty here, let alone an extended one, but the international model on special sale for a limited time is actually a G7+ ThinQ with 128GB internal storage space and 6GB RAM.

Amazon, Best Buy and B&H Photo Video do not carry this variant, selling the non-Plus LG G7 ThinQ, i.e. the 64/4GB SKU. Obviously, you don’t have to sign any type of contract, agree to a monthly installment plan, or tie yourself to a wireless service provider in any way if you choose to purchase the LG G7+ ThinQ from eBay.

The “brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged” items will be shipped nationwide for free in their original packaging, theoretically supporting GSM operators like AT&T and T-Mobile, although high-speed connectivity could prove to be a problem from time to time.

source: eBay

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