Snapdragon 855-powered handset into a market segment where its main rivals are significantly less impressive mid-rangers. Of course, you can't just pay $355 upfront and receive the LG V50 ThinQ 5G on your doorsteps with no obligations or strings attached of any sort. Instead, you'll have to agree to a two-year Sprint installment plan and cough up $14.82.We're talking a little over 355 bucks all in all, which moves the
Technically, it's not even that simple, as you'll end up paying $14.82 a month after a $100 Best Buy instant discount and $22.67 carrier credit applied to your bill. Still, this is an undeniably sweet deal for an arguably awesome device with the aforementioned state-of-the-art SoC under the hood, as well as 6 gigs of memory, 128GB internal storage space, a sizable 4,000mAh battery, and most importantly, a special modem capable of tapping into the next-gen Sprint mobile network.
Because 5G coverage is not great at the moment, serving Sprint customers in parts of only five cities, you can also purchase the V50 for good old fashioned 4G LTE use. At less than $400, it's a virtually irresistible bargain either way, especially considering Verizon is asking its subscribers to pay a whopping 1,000 bucks both outright and with monthly installment plans.
Far from a pushover in the imaging department, the substantially marked-down phone comes with a grand total of five cameras, including three on the back. Equipped with a 6.4-inch P-OLED "FullVision" display (with a notch), the LG V50 ThinQ 5G also ticks a bunch of other super-premium boxes, from a robust and waterproof design to a headphone jack, Boombox speaker system, and 32-bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC technology.