Brand-new LG V30+ with 1-year warranty hits crazy low $350 price at Newegg

Brand-new LG V30+ with 1-year warranty hits crazy low $350 price at Newegg
As LG is reportedly gearing up to unveil not one, but two new high-end smartphones at the 2019 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, bargain hunters willing to settle for an older flagship model from the long-struggling brand should be happy to see the V30+ discounted to a lower than ever price.

We’re talking about brand-new, unused, untouched, and unlocked units here, so naturally, you’re looking at spending a little more than 250 bucks. But only a little. Namely, $349.95 over at NeweggFlash, the flash sale-dedicated website set to run this deal until end of day Saturday.

The LG V30+ is not very different from the “standard” variant, merely doubling down on the entry-level 64GB storage space while retaining the decent 4 gigs of RAM and Snapdragon 835 processor.

You can activate the handsets on special offer today and tomorrow with your favorite GSM or CDMA network, be it AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, or Verizon, and just like with most new mobile devices officially sold in the US, you’ll get a one-year limited warranty for parts and labor.

The lone color option available at 350 bucks is the “Aurora Black”, although the best part about this premium design is valid regardless of its paint job. “Engineered for the unexpected”, the LG V30+ can withstand water and dust interaction, as well as drops and various (moderate) shocks, with both IP68 and MIL-STD 810G certification.

If you’re wondering, no, you probably can’t do better than this OLED-sporting, thin-bezeled 6-incher with dual 16 + 13MP rear-facing cameras in the sub-$400 bracket. The Galaxy Note 8 is still significantly pricier unlocked, while the Moto Z3 Play packs a newer but substantially slower Snapdragon 636 SoC.


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