LG V60 ThinQ lands in the US this Friday, yours from $799.99

Vlad, 17 March 2020

LG is now ready for its latest 5G flagship smartphone to hit the shelves in the US. The V60 ThinQ will arrive at AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile this Friday, on March 20.

The phone will be yours for $799.99 from T-Mobile (either paid in full or spread over 24 monthly installments of $33.34). If you want to grab the Dual Screen accessory too, the bundle will cost you $899.99 (or $37.50 per month). The bundle is available in Classy Blue, while if you forgo the Dual Screen you can also have the V60 in Classy White.

LG V60 ThinQ lands in the US this Friday, yours from $799.99

Over at Verizon the price is higher, but the accessory is free. You'll pay $949.99 all-in, or $39.58 per month for two years. Additionally, if you buy one V60, you'll get $949.99 towards another if you add unlimited to a new line. This promo credit will be applied over 24 months.

AT&T hasn't revealed pricing yet, but expect it to be similar to what TMo and Verizon are charging. This carrier is also going to have a BOGO deal - at launch, when you switch to AT&T and buy one V60, you'll get another one for free.

LG V60 ThinQ lands in the US this Friday, yours from $799.99

The LG V60 supports 5G on all three carriers, and Verizon stresses that its model has mmWave capabilities to access its current 5G network, but will also support its lower-band rollouts later this year.

The handset was announced last month, and dons a 6.8-inch 1080x2460 20.5:9 OLED touchscreen, the Snapdragon 865 chipset, 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, a triple rear camera system (64 MP main with OIS, 13 MP ultrawide, ToF camera), a 10 MP selfie snapper, and a 5,000 mAh battery. It runs Android 10. If you want to learn more about it, don't miss our hands-on review.

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Wrong you don't need 8K TV to enjoy 8K video ... DUH, but you are downscaling. lol it does have stabilization too plus 80Mbps HEVC and no crop. - you call that stabilization? There is a crop and 80Mbps for 8K is pretty damn low.

Wrong you don't need 8K TV to enjoy 8K video ... lol it does have stabilization too plus 80Mbps HEVC and no crop. I would say 8K need AV1 encoding also removing Android 4Gb+ data limitation too

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