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LG V30S ThinQ sees temporary price slash

The LG V30S ThinQ. (Source: B&H)
The LG V30S ThinQ. (Source: B&H)
The LG V30S was unveiled back in February and went on sale in the US a short while ago. Its MSRP of US$930 was always a tad ridiculous, so it's no surprise that it's price has currently dropped down to US$680—which still isn't a very attractive proposition.

LG's V30S ThinQ was launched with a rather obnoxious price tag of US$930. In typical LG fashion, however, the device has seen its price fall down all the way to US$730. That isn't as far as it'll fall, even, as it's currently on sale for just US$680, less than a month after it hit stores in the US.

LG unveiled its first ThinQ-branded device, the V30S ThinQ, quite a while ago at MWC. It has followed it up with the G7 ThinQ and will add another one to the mix with the V35 ThinQ. Those offerings mean that the V30S ThinQ is no longer at the top of LG's priority list, especially with the G7 ThinQ going on sale this week.

The V30S ThinQ is, for all intents and purposes, the same device as the original V30, with the only differences being bumps in RAM and storage, and the ThinQ branding. That considered, US$680 for a device like that does seem a tad too steep, as it's effectively a last-gen flagship. 

For those who have US$680 burning a hole in their pockets, the Samsung Galaxy S9 can be had brand new for even cheaper than that, and is almost definitely a better device.


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Ricci Rox, 2018-05-29 (Update: 2018-05-29)