Walmart has the LG V30+ on sale for a lower than ever $366.29
Case in point, the late 2017-released LG V30+ you can currently purchase in exchange for a measly $369.99 from Walmart. While nationwide shipping won’t cost a thing, selecting in-store pickup will save you an extra $3.70, bringing the unlocked handset’s price down to a new all-time low of $366.29.
Even though a highly trusted eBay seller can further reduce that to $359.95, nothing beats the convenience of the Walmart shopping experience... or the inclusion of a limited one-year warranty.
Besides, we’re talking about the LG V30 Plus variant here, which is capable of accommodating twice the data its non-Plus 64GB sibling can, while supporting both GSM and CDMA carriers stateside.
The unlocked device is around 35 bucks costlier at B&H Photo Video, in case you’re wondering, while Best Buy no longer sells this particular version of the V30+.
Praised for its processing speed, battery life, camera performance, and premium design in our in-depth review... a long time ago, the 6-incher has aged pretty well, packing a still-respectable Snapdragon 835 chipset and 4GB RAM.
Aesthetically, the LG V30+ may seem outdated, but we’re certain some of you can still appreciate the clean look of a no-notch, no-hole, no-compromise slab with razor-thin screen bezels. Those 16 + 13MP dual rear-facing shooters sound great for the sub-$400 price bracket, and eventually, the incredibly inexpensive phone should also score an official Android 9.0 Pie software update. What more could you ask for at $366.29?