V30, V35 ThinQ, G7 ThinQ, and V40 ThinQ, which can be purchased at the time of this writing for anywhere between $269.99 and $429.99 a pop in brand-new, unused, unopened, and undamaged condition with original packaging included, but unfortunately, no valid US warranty.We're talking about the
Obviously, the newest of the four devices is also the priciest of the bunch, at 430 bucks, supporting GSM networks like AT&T and T-Mobile, as well as the CDMA tech-using Sprint operator. The LG V40 ThinQ comes in a classic black paint job only, with a grand total of five cameras in tow (three on the back, two on the front), a Snapdragon 845 processor, 6.4-inch P-OLED display, and 3,300mAh battery, normally fetching an excessive $950 in an unlocked variant at authorized retailers like Best Buy.
Up next, the LG G7 ThinQ costs $339.99 on eBay in platinum grey with GSM carrier compatibility only, packing the same Snapdragon 845 SoC in combination with a 3,000mAh battery, while shrinking its notched LCD panel to 6.1 inches and settling for dual rear-facing shooters, as well as a single front camera. This bad boy typically starts at $750 unlocked, although Best Buy offers savings of up to $300 with upfront activation on select wireless networks.
Oddly enough, the LG V35 ThinQ sold by Amazing Wireless at a lower $299.99 price point sports a higher-quality OLED display with no notch, likewise working on GSM but not CDMA networks. Finally, the ultra-affordable $269.99 LG V30 is exclusively designed for T-Mobile use, featuring an older Snapdragon 835 chipset and dual 16 + 13MP rear-facing cameras instead of a 16 + 16MP imaging arrangement.