Where to Buy the LG G7 ThinQ if You Are Living in the U.S. or Canada?
The LG G7 ThinQ has all the makings of a flagship champion, meaning that it will look great both in and out of your pocket. The disappointing thing is that the company did not mention when the phone was going to be officially released, but we do thankfully. If your next flagship is going to be the LG G7 ThinQ and if you are living in the U.S. or Canada, here is where you can purchase the handset from.
For Customers Living in the U.S.
In the U.S., you have the four main carriers, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon that will start to sell the LG G7 ThinQ. U.S. Cellular will also be offering the smartphone so let us take a look at the availability of the flagship at each of these carriers.
AT&T will eventually start to sell the LG G7 ThinQ but the carrier has yet to share any solid details. We will obviously be updating this information in the future, but we’d advise you to remain patient on the matter.
Verizon has said that pre-orders for the G7 ThinQ will start on May 24. Unfortunately, the carrier did not mention an official release date.
T-Mobile has not given a confirmed release date, but said that it will be available later this spring.
Sprint will start taking pre-orders for the phone beginning May 25 and the flagship will officially be available to buy starting June 1.
The LG G7 ThinQ will be available on June 1 but it appears that the carrier is not going to be taking pre-orders for the smartphone.
For Customers Living in Canada
Canadians are not being left out from a chance to purchase the LG G7 ThinQ. There are currently five carriers in Canada that will be taking orders for the smartphone and quite surprisingly, all orders will start to be taken on June 1. This makes things so much easier for people as they will be able to see which carrier is presenting the best possible deal for them.
As mentioned above, we will be updating each and every bit of information for you so stay tuned for more. Lastly, will you be picking up the LG G7 ThinQ? Tell us down in the comments.