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LG’s G7 ThinQ is now available to buy in the US

LG’s G7 ThinQ is now available to buy in the US

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LG announced the G7 ThinQ about a month ago, and now, the phone is available for purchase in the US for a retail price of around $750.

As far as carriers go, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, and US Cellular will all sell the phone, and it will also be available on Project Fi. For those who want to buy one unlocked, it can be found at Amazon, Best Buy, and B&H.

The phone has several interesting features, including a resonance chamber at the bottom that LG calls a Boom Box speaker. There’s also support for DTS:X 3D surround sound that will let you pick between having the sound seem like it’s coming from in front, side to side, or a “wide” option.

A $750 price tag might be a big chunk to consider spending, but companies are offering deals that make it a cheaper in some circumstances. Sprint has a BOGO offer on the G7 (with some strings attached), and Verizon is giving customers up to 50 percent off with an eligible trade-in, applied over 24 months.