LG Q70 lands at Verizon starting at $239.99
Today Verizon has launched the LG Q70, and it's already available to order online from the carrier. If you want to get it outright, you'll have to pay $349.99, which is the full retail price.
However, if you don't mind choosing Verizon's installment plan, you'll pay $0 down then followed by 24 monthly installments of $9.99, adding up to a total of just $239.99. That's definitely a good price, so you may be wondering what you're getting in return.
The Q70 was unveiled back in August of last year, when it was the Korean company's first handset to come with a punch-hole selfie camera. The Q70 boasts a 6.4" 1080x2310 LCD touchscreen, a 32 MP f/1.8 main rear camera flanked by a 5 MP depth sensor, a 16 MP selfie shooter in that display cutout, and a 4,000 mAh battery.
At the helm we find the Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 chipset, aided by 4GB of RAM and 64GB of expandable storage. The phone runs Android 10 out of the box in its Verizon iteration.
Does this New LG telephone have Android 10.1 or Android 10.0?!! I thank you very much!!
- 13 May 2020
0.8 micron pixels is terrible. Higher resolution sensors for phones ironically almost never have very good resolved detail, usually because they're smaller than the average 12MP sensor
- 11 May 2020
Only 64GB for $350, boooo!! Needs at least 128GB or no deal!
- 10 May 2020