Keep in mind back when $550 felt like a small price to pay for an unlocked LG G6? It wasn’t that long ago, extremely enough, but the “FullVision” 5.7-inch Android flagship has slowly and steadily slipped to beneath $500, around $450, $420, $410 and now a cool, super-affordable $399.99.
The large catch? Prime-rated eBay vendor and all the time reliable low cost specialist never-msrp can’t hook you up with a North American-certified US997 mannequin on your four Benjamins, as an alternative providing worldwide manufacturing unit unlocked H870DS models at large markdowns.
The issue with these inexpensive “brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged gadgets” in their “unique packaging” is they’re not assured to realize 4G LTE speeds throughout US GSM networks. And of course, they gained’t work with a CDMA operator interval.
In case you can stay with that, don’t mind the G6’s reportedly poor box-office showing so far. The standard – pricing ratio here is an absolute killer, slim bezels, 5.7-inch Quad HD display, twin 13MP rear cameras, water resistance, 3300 mAh battery, 4GB RAM, 64GB inner storage and all.
In the meantime, the older, extra controversial and even less popular LG G5 retains getting nearer and closer to ultra-low-cost perfection, presently setting you back an irresistible $199.99 by way of veteran eBay vendor BuySpry after yet one more notable worth deduction.
This time you’re coping with a tool expressly made to perform on a US service, specifically T-Cellular, additionally suitable with AT&T and different GSM networks, LTE-enabled, Nougat-powered, 4GB RAM-packing and, apparently, even manufacturer warranty-backed.