Brand-new LG V30 hits new all-time low price of $360 at a trusted eBay seller

Brand-new LG V30 hits new all-time low price of $360 at a trusted eBay seller
Today seems to be a pretty good day to buy a late 2017-released flagship phone, as Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 just hit its lowest ever price in “excellent” condition on eBay, while the LG V30 currently fetches an extremely reasonable $359.95 at a similarly reliable seller.

The difference is bidallies offers the silver V30 at a new all-time low price in “brand-new, unused, unopened, and undamaged” condition with original packaging and original accessories.

Naturally, the Snapdragon 835-powered handset is fully functional, although it’s unfortunately exclusively compatible with Verizon out the box. Then again, unlocking it for use on GSM networks like AT&T and T-Mobile shouldn’t be too hard, at least according to Big Red’s relevant support webpage.

No longer available in a “regular” 64GB configuration from retailers like B&H Photo Video or Best Buy, the LG V30 can be purchased in a Plus version with 128 gigs of internal storage space for as little as $400 unlocked or $70 on Sprint device payment plans.

Those are also solid deals, but if you refuse to tie yourself up to a 24-month contract and can make do with 64GB local digital hoarding room, eBay is the way to go. 

Keep in mind that the V30 comes with a microSD card slot for storage expansion with up to an additional 512GB, as well as symmetrically thin bezels around a sharp 6-inch 2880 x 1440 OLED screen, dual 16 + 13MP rear-facing cameras, IP68 water resistance, surprisingly good battery life, 4GB RAM, and a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. That’s not a bad list of features for only 360 bucks.

Check out the deal here


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