LG G7 ThinQ price goes down to $430 at B&H in its unlocked US variant
Discounted multiple times of late by this very same retailer, as well as the likes of Amazon and Walmart, the relatively well-reviewed 6.1-incher is currently available for $429.99 in black and $449.99 in platinum. Both models include a "frosted" Avoda case protector at no extra charge, representing an additional $20 or so in savings. While $429.99 is technically not the phone's lowest price ever, it is significantly lower than what Best Buy, Amazon, and Walmart are charging at the time of this writing.
Specifically, a brand-new LG G7 ThinQ with a valid US warranty starts at $480 on Amazon right now, fetching $500 with an obligatory upfront Sprint activation at Best Buy, and the full $750 at Walmart.
In case you're wondering, yes, you can use the handset on any carrier you want, from AT&T or T-Mobile to Verizon and Sprint, and yes, you're still eligible for a free warranty extension from 12 to 24 months with registration on LG's dedicated website.
At 430 bucks, the LG G7 ThinQ is undercutting the popular OnePlus 6T by a cool $130, offering a powerful Snapdragon 845 processor, sharp LCD screen, more than respectable dual rear-facing cameras, excellent sound (with a headphone jack also in tow), and premium build quality. The fast-approaching G8 ThinQ is obviously set to improve on all that, but at a much higher price.