Deal | LG V40 ThinQ now on sale for $330 USD unlocked and brand new
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Waiting pays off. Smartphone prices have a habit of falling off a cliff 6 or 12 months after being in market and our latest example is the LG V40 ThinQ. This flagship device was nearly $1000 USD or 900 Euros when we first reviewed it last February, but online retailer B&H will be offering this model for just $330 for a limited time.
In our review of the device, we applauded it for its Hi-Fi Quad DAC, expandable storage, bright OLED display, and wireless charging capabilities. However, we also blasted it for its mediocre battery life, display flickering, and expensive asking price. LG smartphones have always been left in the shadows when up against similar flagships from Apple or Samsung especially in terms of marketing budgets and public awareness.
The V40 ThinQ had since been succeeded by the V50 ThinQ which offers the same size display (6.4-inch) and resolution (1440 x 3120) but with an upgraded Qualcomm SoC (Snapdragon 855 vs. Snapdragon 845).