The sale features a variety of Android handsets from affordable models like the Samsung Galaxy A10e to recent flagship handsets like the Sony Xperia 1. The deals are only available today or until sold out.
The G8 is a fine phone, but one that also struggles to stand out. Even though it's easily the best phone LG's ever made, it's still filled with the small shortcomings and lack of standout features of every LG flagship.
Get your hands on the LG G8 ThinQ smartphone at Sprint for just $10 monthly when you sign up for an 18-month Flex lease and add a line to your plan or make an eligible upgrade. That saves you $25 each month!
Compatible with all major U.S. carriers. It includes a 6.1-inch OLED full vision display, 6GB RAM, and 128GB internal memory. It also has a 12MP and 16MP dual rear camera setup with Google Lens, and an IP68 rating for dust and water resistance.
Score a free LG G8 ThinQ at Verizon when you purchase another at regular cost and add a new line to your plan. Or, you could snag LG's V50 ThinQ device at $840 off. The discount will be applied to your bill over 24 months.
Google's Soli sensor and array of front-facing IR lights and cameras will undoubtedly make the air gestures more precise and accurate than the G8's (admittedly already advanced) system. But the real question is whether Google has done anything on the actual feature side to make it any more compelling.
LG announced the G8S ThinQ alongside the LG G8, and the phone is now set to go on sale in global markets. The G8S has the same Snapdragon 855 chipset and a ToF sensor at the front, but it comes with a FHD+ display.