LG just unveiled a mid-range stylus-enabled, large-screen phone, the LG G Stylo. It actually succeeds the LG G3 Stylus, which gets a bigger screen at 5.7-inch, and better resolution at 720p.
The LG G Stylo has a 64-bit quad-core Snapdragon 410 CPU paired with a bit larger 1.5GB of RAM. Data and wireless connectivity were also amped to support LTE and NFC, respectively. The selfie camera is also bumped up to 5MP, though the rear shooter is reduced to 8MP.
LG G Stylo Featured Specification
5.7 inches HD IPS 720×1280 (258ppi) display
Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 CPU, 1.2 GHz Quad Core
1.5 GB RAM / 8 GB ROM
Expansion MicroSD slot supports up to 2TB
Android Lollipop 5.0
8MP rear camera
5MP front camera
LTE / WiFi / Bluetooth 4.1 / A-GPS / NFC
154.3 x 79.2 x 9.6 mm
3000mAh battery capacity
It’s interesting to note that LG applied their In-Cell Touch technology, improving its touch sensors on its display. Another feature is the home screen add-on Q Memo Plus widget, which complements quick note-taking. Though, the 2TB of microSD expansion card support is a bit intriguing, since there is yet a microSD with that capacity found in the market.
LG G Stylo is up for release beginning next month in South Korea and in major international markets, priced at around $460(converted from South Korean Won).
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