LG recently launched its brand-new flagship smartphone – G7 ThinQ – in India. Packed with top-of-the-line hardware and having a premium design, the Flipkart-exclusive smartphone isn’t half bad at an asking price of Rs 39,990. However, if you act fast, you can get the G7 ThinQ for a fifth of that price.
During Flipkart’s upcoming “Big Freedom Sale,” customers will be able to purchase the LG G7 ThinQ at an effective price of just Rs 7,990. There is, however, a caveat (and a pretty big one) involved.
The discount (Rs 30,000) is actually the buyback value of the smartphone. You are assured a buy back value of Rs 30,000, provided you surrender the G7 ThinQ and upgrade to a new smartphone from Flipkart within 6-8 months of purchase. So, while you do get the smartphone for a net price of Rs 7,990, the offer is valid for a maximum period of 8 months.
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If you’re interested in availing the offer, you can do so by purchasing Flipkart’s buyback guarantee policy for Rs 199, along with LG G7 ThinQ. That said, Citibank credit card holders can avail an additional flat cashback of Rs 2,000 on the purchase. The deal will be available throughout the duration of Flipkart’s “Big Freedom Sale” between August 10-12.
LG launched the G7 ThinQ in India just three days back. The flagship smartphone is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 SoC, paired with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage, and supports microSD cards of up to 2TB (theoretical) in size. It sports a 6.1-inch notched display with a resolution of 1080×3120 pixels, complete with Dolby Vision/HDR10 support and 100% coverage of DCI-P3 color gamut.
For images, the G7 ThinQ has a dual-camera system at the back. It’s comprised of two 16MP shooters, with one standard (71-degree field of view) lens and one wide-angle (107-degree field of view) lens. Up front, an 8MP camera takes care of all your selfie and video-calling needs.
Like its predecessor(s), the G7 ThinQ is pretty big on audio quality. The smartphone comes with a built-in Quad DAC for enhanced audio output, which is further amplified due to the phone’s chassis acting as a resonance chamber.