How much you can get for your phone will depend mainly on its condition. Phones still in the box or in new or mint condition will draw the highest prices. Most buyers also prefer phones that are unlocked or are tied to specific network carriers, especially Verizon and AT&T.
Phones locked to other networks may garner slightly lower prices. The other factor affecting the price will be your phone’s storage capacity, with higher storage capacities fetching higher buyback offers.
Selling through ATM trade-in kiosks and carrier buyback programs can cost you as much as 50 percent of its value than selling online. It pays to compare, or you might lose cash. But finding the best LG G7 ThinQ trade-in value can be a labor-intensive task. That’s where BankMyCell comes in. We are a price-comparison website that does all the hard work for you so you can compare prices in seconds to find your best LG G7 ThinQ trade-in price.
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If you're hoping to sell your old LG G7 ThinQ online, but it has a cracked screen, don’t worry. While you might get less for it, you’ll still be able to sell it. Filter the listings with “cracked” to get your best price.
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Looking to sell your LG G7 ThinQ? To visually identify the phone we’ll start with the fact it says the name of the phone on the back, so remove any case and check that out to start with! The device was also a dual SIM phone.
To go into a little more detail on the build of the G7 ThinQ you’re selling. The front was made of Gorilla Glass 5 and the rest of the phone was a sturdy aluminum frame with IP68 water proofing. Screen wise it held a 6.1 inch LCD touchscreen display with 1440 by 3120 pixels resolution.
The G7’s chipset ran on either 4GB or 6GB RAM and was powered by an octa core processor. Launching with Android 8.0 Oreo as the operating system, the LG G7 ThinQ came with either 64GB or 128GB of internal storage as purchase options, although you could upgrade the storage with a MicroSD card.
Even though our buyback stores delete your data and destroy the SIM and memory cards from all devices, we still recommend removing your G7 ThinQ’s MicroSD before your sell it in case you have anything you need on it.
The LG G7 ThinQ launched in May 2018 and was a reasonable addition to the G series LG puts out. If audio was your thing then the ‘boombox’ speaker was a notable feature, much like the dual 16 megapixel AI driven cameras.