LG G7 ThinQ price drops from $750 to $550, but there's a catch
The iPhone X-inspired 6.1-inch LCD flagship is barely four months old, receiving a number of discounts already to compensate for a few obvious shortcomings. But if you’re willing to overlook that divisive screen cutout and unnecessarily thick “chin”, this bad boy arguably delivers more than enough bang for your 550 bucks.
You can get the LG G7 ThinQ at that killer price in your choice of Aurora Black or Platinum Gray paint jobs, but keep in mind this is a Verizon-locked refurbished product. On the bright side, the heavily marked-down phone should “look and work like new, with limited to no signs of wear.”
Tested and certified by a “select” seller with a “high performance bar”, the AI-infused G7 ThinQ comes with a 90-day warranty and Amazon order fulfillment. Basically, you don’t have anything serious to worry about here.
$550 is a solid $200 off the handset’s list price in both unlocked and Verizon-specific variants. You can still save even more with Project Fi activation or Sprint monthly installments (via Best Buy), but if you’re a hardcore fan of the nation’s largest wireless service provider, this is definitely the way to go.