LG opens up pre-orders of the V40 ThinQ in the US earlier than expected

Ro, 13 October 2018

The LG V40 ThinQ was unveiled two weeks ago and historically, the company has been opening up pre-orders a month after the announcement. This time around, however, LG says that the feedback from customers has led to the decision of launching the pre-orders sooner.

So now, the handset can be found in the US with a price tag of $949 ($920 at T-Mobile) at AT&T, T-Mobile, B&H Photo and Sprint. Unfortunately, only AT&T discloses shipment dates - between October 16 and 18, but we assume that the difference in shipment days between all carriers and stores will be negligible.

In the meantime, go check out our hands-on review to see if the V40 ThinQ deserves your hard-earned money.


Reader comments

maybe it's their business model, to not give unlocked/root and then don't update, so u have to buy new Samsung, haha :D

  • Anonymous
  • 16 Oct 2018
  • bfW

Have LG phones ever received timely updates if they get updated at all? Sometimes it's the carriers fault, but when it comes to LG, it seems to be more related to the OEM when it comes to update delays.

Not bad except the price. Not so much interesting features to justify the price. Dont even have key differentiator. The triple camera is becoming a norm for flagship in Q4 2018. If they had launched it with android pie it would be a bit more appealin...

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