The powerful LG V35 ThinQ is on sale for a crazy low $280 (new and unlocked) - PhoneArena

The powerful LG V35 ThinQ is on sale for a crazy low $280 (new and unlocked)

The powerful LG V35 ThinQ is on sale for a crazy low $280 (new and unlocked)
If you found the simultaneous announcement of the LG G8 ThinQ and V50 ThinQ a few weeks back confusing, you may want to keep in mind this is the same company that released the V35 ThinQ mere days after the G7 ThinQ last year, following that up with a V40 ThinQ a few months later. That's an insanely crowded and convoluted high-end product portfolio, but on the bright side, it's also one of the main reasons why LG's flagships get some of the heftiest discounts on the market.

Case in point, the LG V35 ThinQ that was originally priced at a whopping $899 in a US unlocked variant. The Snapdragon 845 powerhouse can now be purchased for as little as $399.99 from B&H Photo Video, while a top-rated eBay seller is charging an even lower $279.99 for a Platinum Gray model with international GSM support.

Believe it or not, this almost ridiculously affordable high-end phone is sold "brand-new, unused, unopened, and undamaged" in its "original packaging", qualifying for free nationwide shipping, although unsurprisingly, there's no word on a valid US warranty. At only 280 bucks, you really couldn't ask for one, especially when you get a handset compatible with the 4G LTE networks of both AT&T and T-Mobile. No Verizon or Sprint support, of course. 

Equipped with a beautiful 6-inch P-OLED display, the LG V35 ThinQ has sort of a vintage flagship vibe going for it, sporting no notch, punch hole, or screen cutout of any type. We're pretty sure there are still fans of symmetrically thin bezels among bargain hunters reading us right now, looking to buy a sleek, buttery smooth phone with 6GB RAM, 64 gigs of internal storage space, a microSD card slot, 3,300 mAh battery, dual 16MP rear-facing cameras, and a robust body made from metal and glass to survive water immersion, as well as the occasional drop.

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