Believe it or not, the LG G8 ThinQ is on sale for as little as $240 (with installments)

Believe it or not, the LG G8 ThinQ is on sale for as little as $240 (with installments)
While it's (physically) impossible to beat an introductory LG G8 ThinQ deal from a few months back that allowed AT&T customers to pick up the brand-new Snapdragon 855 phone completely free of charge, Best Buy and Sprint have officially joined forces to offer pretty much the next best thing in terms of discounts.

Both new and existing Sprint subscribers can save a whopping $600 right now, including a $120 Best Buy instant discount and monthly bill credits totaling a massive 480 bucks. Thus, you'll end up paying $10 instead of $35 a month for two years, amounting to an incredibly affordable $240, down from a list price of $840. There are no strings attached (besides the obvious requirement of activating this handset on a new or existing Sprint account), mind you, no trade-ins involved, and no hoops to jump through.

Although the LG G8 is not exactly the best-reviewed high-end phone of 2019, the 6.1-incher certainly delivers more than enough bang for your 240 bucks, starting with the aforementioned state-of-the-art Qualcomm processor. You also get a generous 6 gigs of memory and 128 gigs of internal storage space, while the rear-facing camera system is comprised of a competent 12MP primary shooter with F1.5 aperture and an excellent 16MP super wide-angle lens.

Made from a premium combination of glass and aluminum, the LG G8 ThinQ is not the prettiest new Android flagship either, sporting a boring old notch instead of a trendy hole punch or pop-up selfie camera. On the bright side, even though they're not particularly useful or well-executed, you have to appreciate the originality of the handset's Crystal Sound OLED speaker, aka Sound on Display technology, as well as the Hand ID feature and Air Motion gestures.

By the way, the G8 is still on sale for Verizon subscribers at Best Buy too, scoring a humbler $350 discount than on Sprint however with similar monthly installment arrangements. Finally, the unlocked variant can be purchased for as little as $600 with upfront Sprint activation.

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7 Comments

1. IT-Engineer

Posts: 543; Member since: Feb 26, 2015

ya, cause it's ugly so no one is buying them.

2. OneLove123

Posts: 1066; Member since: Aug 28, 2018

iPhones are doing pretty good. Maybe, because the herd just love them too much?

4. Allday28

Posts: 337; Member since: Nov 19, 2010

He didn’t even mention the iPhone and you come on here commenting like that! Do you have a mental problem?

3. inFla

Posts: 113; Member since: Aug 17, 2018

Nice phone, but Sprint?

5. tangbunna

Posts: 480; Member since: Sep 29, 2016

sim-free for $350 may be good to consider at tis time. ask for $800 for such flagship that has no software uptodate is a HELL NO!

6. Fkafl

Posts: 1; Member since: Jun 21, 2019

I switched to AT&T to get the LG G8 for free and I have zero regrets. I'd recommend this phone at any price point up to $600.00. Would you rather be a sell out and own a Samsung phone? Didn't think so.

7. AbhiDediot

Posts: 6; Member since: Jun 22, 2019

LG makes one of best home appliances in the world . Dont know why they cant make serious phones. They are always shadowed by others .

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