Preorders for the LG G7 ThinQ begin this week for United States carriers

Joanna Estrada
May 26, 2018

T-Mobile was the first of the big four U.S. carriers to let us know about its pricing and availability details for LG's recently unveiled G7 ThinQ. But for the G7 ThinQ, Sprint has made a decision to set pricing at $792, $42 more than the $750 Verizon and T-Mobile are charging.

The G7 ThinQ (pronounced "thin-kew"), officially introduced earlier this month, is waterproof and sports an AI camera created to give your photos an extra boost before you snap them. Verizon is a little more expensive, at $31.25 per month for two years.

Verizon is starting pre-orders tomorrow, on May 24. Actually, the carrier is doing a BOGO-type thing and if you pre-order you'll get not one but two G7s for that price. After the 18-month lease is up, you can either give the phone back to Sprint, or make another six months of $33/month payments and own the device outright. However, the deal requires two new lines or two upgrade-eligible lines, so the math gets harder. However, Verizon has just announced that it will start taking LG G7 ThinQ pre-orders one day earlier, on the 24th.

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