Deal | Save nearly US$600 on an LG V50 ThinQ
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The V50 ThinQ has had a rough start to life, with LG delaying its release because of "technical difficulties". Compounding this is its launch price, which tips the scales at over US$1,000. Previously, Sprint has offered hefty pre-order discounts for the 5G smartphone, but Best Buy has knocked its price so low that it puts in Pixel 3a XL territory.
The retailer is currently running a deal with Sprint that brings the V50 ThinQ down to US$19 per month on a 24-month instalment plan. This totals US$496, which is US$596 lower than Best Buy charges to buy the device outright. The V50 ThinQ should also work on 4G networks thanks to EN-DC dual connectivity.
We should also point out that you must purchase a Sprint Unlimited Premium plan if you want to use the V50 ThinQ on 5G. Either way, US$496 for a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 powered device with a 6.4-inch OLED display and triple rear-facing cameras seems like a good deal. The V50 ThinQ also comes with 128 GB of internal storage plus a microSD card reader should you run out of storage. Lest we forget its 32-Bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC too, for which the LG V series is famed. You can find the deal at Best Buy here.
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