The LG G7 ThinQ is finally available for pre-order at Verizon. Marking it as the first US carrier to open pre-orders for LG's latest smartphone. The device will be up for pre-order at T-Mobile and Sprint beginning tomorrow. Verizon offers the LG G7 ThinQ in Black and Platinum Grey colors, with a full retail price of $750, or $31.25 per month for 24 months. That puts its pricing right in line with what T-Mobile and Sprint are offering for the device, though T-Mobile does have the exclusive on the Raspberry Red color.
LG's G7 ThinQ is the latest flagship smartphone from the South Korean manufacturer, and it has all of the features you'd expect from a flagship device in 2018. That includes a extra tall display - 19.5:9 aspect ratio here - with a notch. LG actually has used some software trickery to allow users to get rid of the notch, or at least hide it. Under-the-hood, there is a Snapdragon 845 chipset with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. A bit strange to see LG sticking with 4GB of RAM, while just about every other smartphone maker is bumping that up to 6GB, even the new HTC U12 Plus has 6GB of RAM included. LG has also included a 3000mAh capacity battery here, which should get you through an entire day of usage. There's Android Oreo included here, and it'll likely get updated to Android P later this year when Google makes that version of Android official.
Those on Verizon looking to pick up the LG G7 ThinQ can do so by hitting the link down below. It's a great upgrade from just about every device, and it's going to take some awesome pictures with the dual-camera setup on the rear. At the time of writing this, LG isn't offering any special promotions like it has in the past. But Verizon is offering $100 off of the price of the LG G7 ThinQ when you purchase it through its installment plan. The $100 will be taken off via monthly bill credits. So you should see a monthly bill credit for around $4.16 each month. Remember that you do need to stay with Verizon for the full 24 months to get the $100 off of the LG G7 ThinQ here, if you leave early, you will owe the remaining balance.