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LG’s G7 ThinQ is on sale for $629 at B&H

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That’s really the price it should have launched at in the first place

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LG G7 ThinQ
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The Editor’s Choice-winning LG G7 ThinQ is $120 off right now at B&H Photo. This brings its fairly expensive price of $749 down to $629. At first blush, LG’s latest flagship looks like another iPhone X copycat, but there’s far more to the G7 ThinQ than its notch. It’s comfortable to hold one-handed. Its excellent haptic feedback easily bests any other non-LG Android phone. The loudspeaker is powerful and clear. There’s a headphone jack, and you also get wireless charging and water resistance.

The G7 certainly has its flaws, but there aren’t many devices that offer those plusses in one package.

This B&H deal ends at 11:59PM ET on July 28th, and it includes a free tempered glass screen protector with purchase. The G7 ThinQ is compatible with all CDMA and GSM carriers in the US, and it includes a one-year warranty that can be extended to two years if you register the phone with LG. Amazon is also now selling the unlocked G7 directly, but this deal is still $20 cheaper than what you’d pay there.