Here's how you can get the powerful LG V40 ThinQ for as little as 60 bucks
That's no longer a problem, at least if you're willing to pick the 6.4-inch handset up from Best Buy on a monthly installment plan with Sprint. Both new and existing customers of the nation's fourth-largest wireless service provider can qualify for this killer deal, which takes no less than $660 off an already reduced list price of $720.
That means you currently need to pay a measly 60 bucks to get a blazing fast device with a large and sharp OLED screen in tow, as well as a generous 6 gigs of memory, a... not-so-great 64 gigs of internal storage space, a decent 3,300mAh battery, and a versatile triple rear-facing camera system. The massive aforementioned discount includes $300 instant savings and an extra $15 a month for two years as bill credit, mind you, which will leave you having to cough up just $2.50 every 30 days.
Unsurprisingly, you're looking at saving far less if you choose to pay the full price of the phone upfront, even if you don't have a problem also activating it on Sprint right off the bat. Available in a single Aurora Black paint job, the LG V40 ThinQ combines a Gorilla Glass 5 back with an aluminum frame for a super-premium overall build, although the excessively wide notch significantly reduces the handset's aesthetic appeal.
In case you're wondering, the three rear shooters are a standard 12MP affair, a telephoto 12MP sensor, and an ultra-wide 16MP lens, which basically means you get a camera for every occasion and use case. There are also two snappers on the front of the V40 ThinQ, including a 5MP wide-angle lens. One not-so-great thing you should know about Sprint's LG V40 is that the carrier hasn't delivered an official Android Pie update yet, which is pretty disheartening, not to mention incredibly annoying.