LG G7 ThinQ price goes down to $430 at B&H in its unlocked US variant

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LG G7 ThinQ price goes down to $430 at B&H in its unlocked US variant
The Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9 are not the only 2018 phones that should attract the attention of bargain hunters before the first wave of 2019 flagships is released, as the LG G7 ThinQ can also be purchased at a pretty great price from B&H Photo Video right now. We're obviously talking about unlocked units designed specifically for the US market here, which used to cost $749.99 a pop back in the day.

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.

Check out the deal here

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