Despite the name, the LG G7 Fit is a (relatively) new phone … with a rather old processor under the hood. This mix was officially unveiled several months after the high-end G7 ThinQ, but although the global rollout was launched last fall, we had to wait for the release of the G8 ThinQ before the G7 Fit finally landed in the daylight.
At $ 259.99 this is a very interesting value contribution. However, to save the entire $ 170, you must be ready to activate the G7 Fit right in the sprint with a new service line or account. Sprint customers upgraded will be charged $ 329.99 at the time of writing for a reasonable price reduction of $ 100. Both AT & T and Verizon can lower the handset from $ 429.99 to $ 309.99 for a $ 130 discount. Note that there are no upgrades available for AT & T subscribers at this price, while the Verizon discount applies to new lines, new accounts, and upgrade customers.
The LG G7 Fit also offers a generous 4GB of memory, while being first-rate outside like its ThinQ sibling. Of course, the 3,000 mAh battery, a 16-megapixel rear-view camera and the Android 8.1 Oreo software are a bit oppressive, but there is obviously no impeccable sub $ 400 phone. By the way, even if you do not activate it immediately, you are entitled to a $ 70 discount, which reduces the unlocked price to $ 359.99.