LG V60 ThinQ 5G launching at T-Mobile on March 20th with BOGO deal in tow

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After its announcement last month, the LG V60 ThinQ will launch at T-Mobile this Friday.

T-Mobile has confirmed that it’ll begin selling the LG V60 ThinQ 5G on March 20th. Pricing starts at $0 down and 24 payments of $33.34 each or $799.99 full retail, with Classy Blue and Classy White color options available.

T-Mo will also offer a bundle that includes the LG V60 ThinQ and its Dual Screen attachment. Available in Classy Blue, that bundle will cost $0 down and $37.50 per month for 24 months or $899.99 full retail. T-Mobile touts that it’s the only carrier offering a bundle with the V60 and the Dual Screen attachment and that this bundle saves you $100 compared to buying the two devices separately.

As for JUMP! On Demand, T-Mobile tells me that only the LG V60 ThinQ 5G plus Dual Screen bundle will be available through JOD. Pricing for that will be set at $149.99 down and $32 per month.

Rolling out alongside the LG V60 ThinQ 5G will be a Buy One, Get One deal. Customers who buy a V60 from T-Mobile can get another one free with 24 monthly bill credits. T-Mobile tells me that anyone can get this deal.

As a refresher, the LG V60 ThinQ 5G features a 6.8-inch P-OLED screen with 2460×1080 resolution and in-display fingerprint sensor. The Dual Screen attachment will add another 6.8-inch P-OLED screen for multi-tasking, plus it’s got a 2.1-inch mono outer display that can always display key info.

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Also packing into the LG V60 ThinQ 5G is a dual rear camera setup that includes a 64MP main snapper plus 13MP wide angle camera with 117-degree field of view. There’s a Time of Flight (ToF) sensor back there to help gather depth info in photos, too.

Other notable specs of the LG’s V60 include a Snapdragon 865 processor, 8GB of RAM, a microSD card slot, and a 5000mAh battery. And unlike some other phones released recently, there’s a 3.5mm headphone jack, too. You can find a full spec rundown for the V60 here.

The LG V60 ThinQ 5G is compatible with T-Mobile’s low-band 600MHz 5G network that launched late last year. T-Mo has also confirmed that the V60 will be able to tap into mid-band spectrum with the New T-Mobile if its merger with Sprint closes.

So now that we’ve got spec and pricing info, what do you think of the LG V60 ThinQ 5G? Are you considering buying one this Friday?

Source: T-Mobile

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  • George Salcedo

    This is gonna be sweet, so glad LG is back with a solid device. My V30 is still going strong but it’s time for an upgrade.

    • gruiz3

      Still using mine as well. V30+ ftw

      • George Salcedo

        I meant V30+ but yes it’s been an amazing device, totally the best phone of it’s generation.

  • Tim McKee

    Pre-order? Pre-order date?

    • Alex Wagner

      T-Mobile hasn’t mentioned any pre-order for the V60. They’ve only said “The LG V60 ThinQ 5G will be available this Friday, March 20.”

  • gruiz3

    Day one baby!

  • pda96

    BOGO on a new release with no strings attached is sweet. I’m in.

  • Dominimmiv

    Well this is a no brainer! My bogo LG G7 deal is about to be paid off….and now can’t give up the quad dac and headphone jack.

  • steveb944

    Wow that’s a great device and a great deal. Highly tempting.

  • riverhorse

    I wonder how feasible a Max version with higher ramstorageresolution woulda been (vis a vis heatbattery lifesize) in order to compete with the big boys.
    The general public that clamors the latest highest priced & specced as the best may not appreciate the great pricing to value. Especially in these days of trade in put on monthly- the lower price difference looks negligible to them.
    On a separate note, this type of dual screen seems much more sensible than foldable- i predict the latter will again see bad results.
    I wonder if the software supports one app spanning both screens if so desired.

    • George Salcedo

      My V30+ still gives me no issues and it has much less RAM than even some of the newer phones. The V60 should be absolutely fine, phone snobs needs to chill

      • riverhorse

        Reviewers raving about 120hz refresh…….

  • mreveryphone

    With stores closing I wonder how this release will pan out…

    • Bklynman

      Good question.

    • Tim McKee

      I think they should open pre-orders.

    • marque2

      If you preorder online they will send you the phone long before the stores can sell it.

      • Mottyengel

        I called and it seemed like they weren’t doing pre-order. Can call in on friday

      • mreveryphone

        There are no pre-orders for this phone I believe…

        • marque2

          They will eventually sell it online or over the phone. I don’t think TMobile has store only phones

    • Tim McKee

      I heard from TMO directly, the store launch is delayed until further notice with store closures, however, it will be on sale on Friday online.

  • James Symmonds

    Had the V20 and V30 but got tired of LG upgrades taking forever to never.

    • taxandspend

      same frustration

  • RLB63

    Not as cheap as the buy one get one

    • marque2

      G8 is now buy one get one. $750 plus tax for two phones. It is a great phone but at almost a year old – a bit older in technology.

      Of course I have found getting a year old top end phone with a nice OLED screen is a better deal than getting a new mid range phone with worse screen and much slower.

  • Linx

    LG really messed up this device without a telephoto lens when every other flagship has one. At this price point they could have had a winner.

    • Ben

      Lies. The S20 and S20+ don’t have a telephoto lens. They have a 64mp just like the V60 that digitally crop zooms in. Are you talking about the Ultra? That $1400 phone? That $200 away from 4 of these phones??? Yes I said that correctly 4 of these phones. $799 you get a buy one get one and you can do that 6 times on a single account. So $1599 for 4 V60 vs $1400 for 1 S20 Ultra.

      • Linx

        What lies? S20 & S20+ are not the flagship devices from Samsung. The flagship is the Top Device. Bottom line is that LG should have still included.

  • Bay_Ranger

    I wonder if the BOGO will include the bundle?

    • Daniel Betancourt

      It does, any purchase of equal or lesser value for the LG V60

  • Shakenbake

    I wont get a 5g device for AT LEAST 2 more years.
    Until then my note 9 will lead the way

  • Nionx

    This looks to be my next Tmo device, especially with the buy bogo deal. My son id looking for something new and I love LG, its a win win

  • Ver

    I thought it was supposed to come out today.

  • john

    Article says $0 down and payments but website say $149 down (for dual screen) and payments. So that means $298 plus sales tax on both devices or $425 depending on state up front for the BOGO deal?

    • Daniel Betancourt

      For Tmobile it should just be purchase it on EIP and pay the taxes for both devices so where I live it is around 120 total.

      • john

        Just got off the phone with them… $149 down plus tax…I’m replacing a V30 so I’ll pass and just grab a good condition V40 off eBay for under $200….

  • JLaw

    Just ordered 2 classy blues, no dual screen. Had to order from telesales, not able to combine 2 phones in one checkout.
    132.00 upfront and 33 something a month. Had to open 2 eip’s. Nit allowed to buy outright to get promo. Waived upgrade fees and the shipping is still 2 day and free.

    • Daniel Betancourt

      From what they told me on the chat you can also order two online in separate orders. So long as both purchases are both in the billing cycle the BOGO should take effect.

  • PiCASSiMO

    Going to hold off for a little bit until both the OnePlus 8 Pro and Sony Xperia One M2 come out. I would like to know how the OP8P, XOM2, V60, and S20+ stack-up up in the photo and video departments.

    But I will say that V60 using digital zoom on the main lens with 64MP sensor is a bummer. It would be more attractive with all three + TOF lenses, not just two + TOF.

    • JLaw

      Agreed. I took that into consideration, however the 3.5mm was the tipping point. One phone is going to my bro and he needs that 3.5 for one of his hobbies. As for me? The price was too good to pass, 2 for 1. My personal taste doesn’t put so much emphasis of camera. From what I’ve seen in reviews is good to me.

      With my s9+, s7,iphone8 and now my v60 i should get a decent photo from one of them lol. Let my wife get the s10, imo the s20 line is a let down. Was gonna get a 20+, but even with my trade and corporate samsung discount i just couldn’t see the value over my s9+.

  • Ver

    Just ordered the phone. We will see how it goes. Replacing a Note 4.

    • Ver

      I love this phone. Not to big or too heavy. I have always used Samsung phones and believed the hype. I think this is better in many ways. Takes a little getting used to.

  • maroot nanakul

    Do you have to open up a new line to get the BOGO?

    • George Salcedo

      No!

  • Eric Weiss

    tmobile rep just told me on the phone that I have to add 2 lines of service for this deal. Cannot use my existing lines

    • George Salcedo

      If you have more than one line than your good. T-Mobile in store reps are idiots and will try to sell Samsung at all costs

      • Eric Weiss

        Thanks, I called back and a different phone rep did process the order for BOGO on my existing lines. He said he put a note in the account also about the BOGO credits that should get applied.

    • mustang8918

      I called in this morning and was told that even though I have two current lines that I would have to add one. I decided to try the chat option on the website and was able to get both through the chat rep without adding any lines.

  • Linx

    Clearly plenty of people!

    • George Salcedo

      Really? If you really need to zoom that far in than maybe you should buy a top end camera. The V60 is a great phone so far, worth every penny and the BOGO T-Mobile deal is amazing.

      • Linx

        It is a great phone, I’m saying if it included a zoom camera it would have be an even greater phone. In an era that the camera is such an important aspect to a device, it would have been undeniable.

        Maybe it doesn’t matter to you, but LG needs all the help they can get at moment.