OnePlus 6T or iPhone too expensive, LG G7 ThinQ at Rs 27,000 in Diwali sale is deal of the month
It is the season of sale and ahead of the festival of lights, Flipkart is hosting the Big Diwali Sale on its website between November 1 and November 5. During the sale, the company is offering interesting deals and discounts on the purchase of smartphones and other accessories. While the e-retailer is offering lucrative discount options on the purchase of popular smartphones like the iPhone 8, Nokia 6.1, Poco F1, Pixel 2 XL and others, arguably the most lucrative offer is on the LG G7 ThinQ.
The LG G7 ThinQ was launched in India at a price of Rs 39,990 and the Indian e-retailer is offering a discount of Rs 10,000 on the purchase of the device. This means that the phone will be available for Rs 29,999 during the sale.
Additionally, Flipkart is offering an instant discount of 10 per cent to the customers who pay for their purchase using their SBI card. It is possible that you may not have this card with you, but SBI is a popular bank so all probably all you have to do is ask around and you will find that your friend or relative will have one card that you can use. If you use the SBI card to buy the LG G7 ThinQ, you will get the phone for Rs 27,000. Now, that is some deal.
And if you happen to have an old Samsung Galaxy S8+ or a OnePlus 6 or an Apple 7 Plus lying around that you would want to exchange for a new phone, you will have to pay just Rs 14,499 or Rs 17,099 or Rs 14,099 to buy a new LG G7 ThinQ.
So why should you waste your time on an Android phone by LG that no one is talking about? Well, the answer is simple. The LG G7 ThinQ is one of the best and yet one of the most undervalued phones in the market right now. And thanks to the Flipkart's sale, it is available at a price a fraction of its retail price right now.
For those of you who don't know much about this extremely efficient smartphone, let me give you a brief description. The LG G7 ThinQ -- the LG G7+ ThinQ is the same phone but with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage -- was launched earlier this year devoid of all the buzz. The G7 ThinQ comes with top of the line specs which include Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB internal memory, Android Oreo, and a dual-rear camera setup. Its gorgeous glass design is protected by MLT-STD 810 military grade standard, according to LG, and it gives users unprecedented control over the software settings, which makes customising it as per individual needs extremely easy.
To put it simply, it is drop dead gorgeous and it is versatile to the T. And in case you are worried about the camera, G7 ThinQ comes with 16MP dual rear camera setup with a super wide angle sensor and an 8MP front-facing camera. I used the phone for almost 10 days and I found that the camera produced crisp and crystal clear images both in optimum and low-light conditions, thanks to its AI algorithm.
Now, it may not be as cool as Oppo Find X, which has a sliding front camera or as smart as Google 2 XL or even Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus, but that comparison isn't fair. The G7 ThinQ, however, can easily compete with the newly launched OnePlus 6T and other smartphones in the same price bracket. The LG G7 ThinQ supports wireless charging, it has DTS:X and Hi-Fi Quad DAC technologies which provide an amazing audio experience and it is protected by IP68 dust and water resistant technology, features that make it a top deal under Rs 30,000 or even under Rs 35,000 mark.
To put it simply, the G7 ThinQ is a high-end phone and you can get it at a price of a mainstream smartphone if you pair your purchase up with the right offer. And even if you don't, paying almost 30 grand for a phone that is as good as the G7 ThinQ is the best deal that you will get this month.