If you’re looking for value on your next mobile phone purchase, look no further than the LG Stylo 4. With a 6.2” full HD display, Octo-Core processor, 2 GB’s of RAM, and a 13MP rear facing camera, you are basically holding a phone with specs for a flagship device from two years ago.
Does that mean it is two years obsolete? ABSOLUTELY NOT.
6.2” screen is a phablet sized screen, and with more intuitive Stylus integration, it is certainly much more accessible from an economical point of view than some of the other phablet options currently on the market.
What’s more is the inclusion of some premium quality software options that come with LG’s latest Stylo that users normally may only see on flagship devices. For example, there are no less than half a dozen camera ‘modes’, including “Food” mode, split screen, and other playful if not gimmicky options that enable users to NOT ask their friends with a superphone to take pictures instead. Additionally, a surround sound option for cabled headphones makes your music or even video enjoyment that much more spectacular.
For those who are not familiar with LG’s recent contributions to the mobile phone arena, the Stylo 4 is a glaring example of how they have ONLY applied the term “mid-range” to the price point in order to provide consumers with a premium device with an economically responsible sticker price!
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