LG G8 ThinQ goes down to a crazy low price of $375 at a top-rated eBay seller (brand-new)

LG G8 ThinQ goes down to a crazy low price of $375 at a top-rated eBay seller (brand-new)
As if LG's high-end product lineup wasn't convoluted and confusing enough, the company has just taken the wraps off a G8X ThinQ that shares more in common with the V50 ThinQ than the original G8 ThinQ, including the 6.4-inch main display size and Dual Screen support for multitasking improvements.

Although the exact US price point and release date of the freshly unveiled LG G8X ThinQ are still up in the air, it's safe to assume this bad boy will cost more than the "regular" G8 and keep its potential customers waiting a little while longer. If you don't want to do that, the 6.1-inch handset rolled out less than six months ago in the US can be purchased for a lower than ever $374.99 from a top-rated eBay seller in brand-new condition. 

That's a whopping $475 less than the recommended price of an unlocked LG G8 ThinQ stateside, but of course, the major retailers have stopped charging the full 850 bucks quite some time ago. Right now, you can get the phone at $500 instead of $850 from B&H Photo Video with no strings attached, while Best Buy also charges $500 and up with obligatory upfront activation on select carriers.

A $374.99 deal brings the Snapdragon 855 powerhouse into a whole new price bracket, but you'll want to keep in mind that eBay's Cell Force does not provide a warranty of "any kind, like manufacturer warranty or third party warranty", with its products. Otherwise, however, you're looking at new, unused, unopened, and undamaged devices sold in their original packaging, with full support for GSM networks like AT&T and T-Mobile.

Available in a single red color option, the substantially marked-down LG G8 comes with a respectable 12 + 16MP dual rear-facing camera arrangement, generous 6 gigs of memory, 128 gigs of internal storage space, a 3,500mAh battery, rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, experimental Hand ID recognition technology, and yes, a 3.5mm headphone jack.

Check out the deal here

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