The unlocked LG V35 ThinQ is an outright bargain at less than $300

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The unlocked LG V35 ThinQ is an outright bargain at less than $300
It's no secret that mobile industry innovation has largely stagnated for the past half a decade or so, but the good thing about that is how you can often buy old high-end smartphones at exceptional prices without feeling like you're making as big of a compromise as the massive discount suggests.

Granted, the 2018-released LG V35 ThinQ is not as powerful or as handsome as a member of Samsung's 2020 Galaxy S20 family or the brand's latest 5G-enabled flagship. The 6-inch handset also comes with only two rear-facing cameras in tow, as well as a relatively modest 3,300mAh battery under the hood and no trendy hole punch or 120Hz refresh rate capabilities.

But while the LG V60 ThinQ typically costs $950 at Verizon and an unlocked Galaxy S20 5G starts at 1,000 bucks or so, the 4G LTE-only V35 ThinQ currently goes for as little as $279.99. We're talking about a brand-new unlocked variant backed by a 1-year US warranty here, mind you, and we're pretty sure you can still get free second year coverage with registration on LG's website too.

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Available back in the day for as much as $900, the LG V35 ThinQ has recently received an official Android 10 update on AT&T, and although we have no idea when unlocked units are set to follow suit, you're unlikely to be left waiting very long. 

Technically, what B&H Photo Video is selling here at a colossal $620 discount is the so-called Prime Exclusive edition of the V35 ThinQ, but fret not, as you don't actually need an Amazon Prime membership to buy this Alexa-enabled phone in exchange for a measly 280 bucks.

In addition to hands-free Alexa voice assistance, the big guy has a more than decent level of processing speed going for it thanks to a Snapdragon 845 SoC, as well as a beautiful P-OLED display with a top-notch resolution of 2880 x 1440 pixels and no actual notch, two very capable 16MP rear shooters, a fast-charging battery, and a robust construction made to withstand water and dust, as well as the occasional drop and shock.

All in all, this is certainly a much better phone than the likes of the Moto G Power or LG Stylo 6, which are some of the best "modern" mid-rangers available for less than $300.

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