Check out these killer new eBay deals on the LG G8 ThinQ, V35 ThinQ, and LG V30

Check out these killer new eBay deals on the LG G8 ThinQ, V35 ThinQ, and LG V30
LG isn't exactly the most successful smartphone vendor in the world right now, seeing its market share plummet to 2.2 percent in Q2 2019, but that's not necessarily bad news for bargain hunters. The company's otherwise perfectly respectable high-enders can often be purchased at unrivaled prices for what they bring to the table, as was the case about a month ago with the V40 ThinQ, G7 ThinQ, V35 ThinQ, and V30 on eBay.

Believe it or not, two of those grossly overlooked powerhouses are available even cheaper today from top-rated eBay sellers, along with the early 2019-released G8 ThinQ. Said 6.1-incher is up for grabs in "open box" condition at $409.99, supporting all US GSM networks but unfortunately lacking CDMA compatibility for Verizon or Sprint use. 

The black 128GB LG G8 ThinQ is pretty much as good as new, at least according to cph2020, an experienced eBay member with an impressive 99.7 percent average positive feedback score from around 9,000 customers. The reliable seller vouches for the flawless state of these devices said to have been returned by their original owners within 14 days of purchasing them. 

It's hard to imagine the substantially discounted units could have incurred a lot of damage in that very narrow window of time, and the same goes for the $255.99 GSM unlocked LG V35 ThinQ also sold by cph2020. Meanwhile, Bidallies, an even older and better-known eBay member, is currently charging $259.95 for brand-new, unused, unopened, and undamaged LG V30 items sold in their original packaging exclusively for Verizon use.

It goes without saying that the newer G8 ThinQ is also the fastest handset of this bunch, packing a Snapdragon 855 processor, compared to the 845 and 835 under the hoods of the V35 ThinQ and V30 respectively. All three phones come with versatile dual rear-facing camera systems, decent battery life, and high-res screens, as well as premium designs made from aluminum and glass and resistant to water immersion.

Check out the LG G8 ThinQ, V35 ThinQ, and V30 deals here



2. liteon163

Posts: 77; Member since: Jan 24, 2017

I purchased a V30 on its release day. It was a very good phone, but it's still waiting on LG to upgrade it to Pie. And its P-OLED display isn't great. I recently purchased a 10/10 LG G7 from ebay and it too is a very good phone. I actually prefer its LCD over the V30, but I really dislike the notch. The problem is, though, that the G8 doesn't sound like a big enough upgrade to bother.

3. Venom

Posts: 3824; Member since: Dec 14, 2017

This is why LG continues to fail. They release mediocre device after mediocre device but they don't have a clear path. They just continue to release and rehash the same device over and over again. They went from the G3 and G4 still being somewhat relevant, Bootloops aside and all, to the lackluster G5 to the mess of a release with the ThinQ line. LG needs to put the breaks on what they are doing now, go back to the drawing board, and please for the love of God stop releasing so many derivatives. You're not Nokia. Look at the V20 and what made it a compelling smartphone. You took what was supposed to be the best and last of its kind that stood out to selling out for the Samsung way and landing yourself at where you are now.

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