LG G Stylo is the new budget smartphone released by Sprint
Back in April LG presented the entry-level LG G Stylo in South Korea. Later in May the company unveiled the twin of the handset dubbed LG G4 Stylus. The latest news about the model is that it is coming to the US carrier Sprint with the name LG G Stylo. The smartphone sports a rather large body and supports stylus pen for more comfortable work with the device.
It is outfitted with a 5.7-inch IPS screen, 720p resolution and 259ppi pixel density. In terms of processor the new phablet is powered by quad-core CPU with Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 chip. It features only 1GB RAM and the modest amount of 8GB internal memory that is expandable. The platform that is running on the hardware is Android 5.0 Lollipop pre-installed. LG G Stylo has two cameras – a primary 8MP with Dual-LED flash, autofocus, OIS and the capabilities to record 1080p among other features; and a 5MP front-facing sensor.
The new mid-ranger is provided with a large 3000mAh cell. It supports 4G LTE connectivity along with Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth and 3G. Spint is offering the smartphone for $288 off-commitment or for $49.99 tied with two-year contract. If you prefer to buy the G Stylo with one of the plans of the carrier, subscribe for Sprint Easy Pay that gives you the handset for $12 each month for 24 months. Sprint is one of the mobile operators that are offering the budget phone. If you are interested in the model you might want to check the deals that are available at Boost Mobile, T-Mobile and MetroPCS.