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LG G8 ThinQ 128GB variant might be priced around $900 as price gets leaked

11 February 2019 2

We have been hearing a lot about the upcoming LG’s flagship device i.e LG G8 ThinQ which the company is expected to announce at MWC 2019. The device has been seen in leaked renders and is thought to offer touchless navigation and a 3D sensing selfie camera. All of these rumors and speculations are further increasing the craving for the device to get launched.


Now in the latest development, the much-awaited phone’s price is leaked and is thought to be priced at $903 approximately for the 128GB variant. A Reddit user shares this price and seems to have quite weight to it, considering how last year’s model G7 ThinQ was priced at $790.68 for 4GB and 64GB storage option. Thus 6GB/128GB LG G8 ThinQ could be sold around this price point while the 64GB storage option at a lower price.

Intersingingly, those customers who’d preorder the device might get interesting gifts just like last year LG gave 43-inch LG 4K UHD Smart TV to those who preordered LG G7 ThinQ. The device is expected to offer a notched display, Android Pie coming out of the bod and Snapdragon 855 processor. Are you excited about the upcoming device to get launched? Let us know in the comment section below.

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